Beginners Breadmaking Workshop- Master the basics and have fun learning
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About the Course
Have fun learning traditional bread making, bake a White Bloomer, and local speciality Kentish Huffkins and a Wholemeal loaf. Master all the basics of bread making, with lots of hands on experience.
Monique will lead the courses. She has been baking bread for many years for family, friends, her self catering cottage guests and a local hotel. This embedded her passion for food and baking, particularly local regional food.
Our newly renovated kitchen has a large granite central island where all the baking action takes place. We provide all the ingredients and equipment - you just need to turn up and be prepared to bake! We have sampled other courses and brought together all our favourites with some great tips, techniques and recipes to enable you to try them at home.
Numbers are strictly limited to 6 to make sure everyone gets to see and participate in the baking fun.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
We provide refreshments and a light lunch during our workshops. An apron and some good basic essentials including a recipe booklet are also included.
Guest additionally can book one of our lovely self catering cottages too (for min 2 nights).
I had a very enjoyable day, and picked up lots of tips to take away. The course was very professionally run and a fun day was had by all. I also had the bonus of taking home and enjoying my lovely baked goods!
Marisa Mason - - #9572
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Course Start DatesSaturday 21st April 2018
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
- Suitable for stag and hen dos
- Teen friendly
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