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Here is a list of artisan baking courses. It isn't exhaustive, and if you would like to add one, please let us know by sending your course details via this link.
  • Riot Rye Bakehouse & Bread School

    At Riot Rye Bread School, we will empower you to bake real bread! Come and spend the day learning how to bake in our working wood-fired bakery with award-winning baker Joe Fitzmaurice, located in Ireland's only eco-village. Our courses are hands-on. You will bring home with you a selection of breads, a fresh sourdough starter and the knowledge and confidence to bake real bread at home. We encourage people to make their own rye sourdough starter a week before attending the courses. This gets you thinking about sourdough and gives you a feel for what sourdough is and how it...

  • Bread Workshops

    Hands-on Bread making workshops throughout East Anglia on baking bread from start to finish. In a relaxed and friendly workshop Sue will guide you through the process of mixing, shaping, proving and scoring, ending with beautiful bread and confidence to bake bread at home. Typically, you will bake 3-4 different styles during your workshop, ingredients, recipes and refreshments included.

  • Lower Shaw Farm

    Beginner’s home bread baking courses. Join us in the Lower Shaw Farm kitchen for a morning of stirring, kneading, proving, and baking. You will learn our tried and tested method for making a yeasted bread dough, which can then be used for loaves, rolls, pizza, fruited breads, and more. You will also learn how to make a rye sourdough loaf, which is ideal for those wishing to cut down on wheat – and is delicious! Price includes refreshments, all ingredients, recipe sheets, sourdough culture, and bread to take home. Price: £57 includes a simple lunch. Bed and Breakfast available £28...

  • Everybread

    Everybread is a micro-bakery in Ashton-Under-Lyne, bringing the choice of honest, decent, slow-made, hand-crafted bread to more people in Manchester and encouraging them to make their own. Iain's Introduction to Bread-making course takes place with a maximum of four people in his domestic kitchen, showing you what you can do in yours. The four hours or so spent together are designed to help you take the first steps in learning to make bread: mixing, kneading, shaping, resting and proving. You will come away with a bagful of lovely bread and confidence. Price: ùœ75.00 per person.

  • Companio Bakery

    Companio Bakery offers €Ÿéhands-on€Ÿë bread-making courses for complete beginners and those with some experience of making bread. Under the guidance of trained and experienced artisan baker, Russell Goodwin, these practical courses will teach you the fundamentals of the art, craft and science of bread-making. The aim is to help you explore and develop your skills and knowledge of bread-making in a fun and informal environment. You will be making all your own breads which you get to take home to enjoy and share with your family and friends.

  • Bourke Street Bakery

    Regular two hour classes are run by the Bourke Street Bakery€Ÿës head baker, covering the whole bread making process from flour to finished loaf. The classes teach techniques that can be used in a home kitchen, and are pitched at a level suitable for both keen beginners and those with some baking experience. There is a Sourdough Master Class, in which you will learn everything from making and maintaining your own starter, through mixing and shaping dough, to tips and tricks for a perfect bake. In the Italian Bread Master Class you can discover the stories behind some classic Italian...

  • Brasserie Bread

    Brasserie Bread runs regular adult€Ÿës and children€Ÿës classes. For adults there are three hour workshops. These include an introductory class teaching the basic techniques needed to make great bread at home (The Home Baker Workshop) and The Art of Sourdough which covers all the essential skills needed to create a sourdough starter and use it to bake long fermented loaves. There is also a class for gluten free bakers, a pastry class and a brioche workshop. Children€Ÿës classes run every Saturday and during school holidays. There are free, one hour baking classes, which are booked up almost...

  • Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts

    The college runs weekend baking classes from its midtown location. For aspiring bread bakers there are two classes suitable for beginners. As well as bread making techniques, each one covers the role of each of the ingredients, and how to use a home oven to bake a perfect loaf. Learn to make pizza, pitta and a sandwich loaf in the Bread Basics & Beyond class, or focaccia, pizza, baguettes and multigrain bread in the Artisanal Breads class.

  • Vancouver Pastry School

    The Vancouver Pastry School runs an eight week Professional Artisan Bread Baking Certificate, aimed at home bakers who want an in-depth knowledge of baking techniques. There are eight courses covered in the certificate program, which can all be taken over the eight week period, or taken as individual classes. The classes cover an introduction to bread baking, sourdough, European, spelt and whole grain breads.

  • CPH Good Food

    Mia Irene Kristensen runs a range of cooking classes, including the Nordic Baking class. This is a chance to learn some traditional Scandinavian baking €ŸØ dark rye bread, sweet cinnamon buns and crispbreads. This half-day class is suitable for beginners.

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