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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.
  • The Lush Cake Company

    Our course is designed for individuals or small groups (max 6) who want to create beautiful bread from scratch. Our bakery is small, but creates artisan breads each week and we welcome bakers from any skill level. Course notes and ingredients will be provided. Lunch (your bread! and a cheese board) will be provided. Once your bread has been baked, you will be able to take it home to share with your friends or enjoy yourself! We look forward to meeting you!

  • Slow Loaf

    Slow Loaf is a micro community bakery that offers classes on bread making aimed at the beginner to the advanced baker. The courses are on the last Sunday of the month,10-4pm including lunch. The classes are limited to 4 pupils at a time. All that you bake you take home with you. Bread for sale Saturdays only.

  • Virtuous Bread

    Virtuous Bread makes it fun and easy for people to make, buy, and learn about good bread and in so doing to forge the link between bread and virtue! We are a social enterprise dedicated to changing the world through bread and our activities include volunteering, speaking, baking, writing and teaching. We teach baking courses (basic bread, sourdough bread, and various seasonal bread courses) and have a programme called Bread Angels which teaches people to set up home baking businesses. Earn money doing something meaningful: building your local community by making and selling good bread.

  • Artisan Bread School

    On all Artisan Bread School courses an emphasis is placed on sourdough bread, with participants creating their own sourdough culture, learning how to maintain it, store and refresh it prior to bread-making. Other breads use a combination of sourdough leaven & commercial yeast.  In addition we work with commercial yeast either directly into the dough or as an overnight sponge.  We use flour, water & salt only, no preservatives or improvers.  The entire bread-making process is done by hand with the most basic of implements and a minimum of physical effort. The secret ingredient is time; the result is an...

  • Paul Merry at Panary

    Learn about real bread in the atmosphere of a working watermill at Cann Mills in rural Dorset Acquire knowledge and baking skills from master baker Paul Merry, an experienced artisan devoted to his craft Gain an insight into the whole process of yeast fermentation Working in small groups (maximum 6 students) learn hand skills from a master Tour the working flour mill Take home your inspired produce

  • Blackheath Cooks

    Blackheath Cooks offers fun, hands on, small-group baking classes for cooks of all ages and abilities. Our mission is 'putting the fun back into cooking', so whether it's cupcake decorating, traditional bread baking, pastry masterclasses or American cookie baking, our classes will increase your confidence and enthusiasm for baking.

  • Loaf Cookery School

    The Loaf Cookery School is Birmingham's newest cookery school, a place where you can learn forgotten food skills in the heart of the second city. Loaf runs a one day introduction to baking your own bread (Bread: back to basics) which covers all the essentials to help you get started with handmade artisan bread, and a two day 'Simply Sourdough' course to take it that one step further. Courses are led by Loaf director Tom Baker, and many of the loaves are baked in his handmade traditional wood-fired earth oven. Loaf is a social enterprise so any profits made by the cookery school are ploughed back...

  • Bread Matters

    Time to take bread into your own hands If you want to learn how to make the real thing, Bread Matters is the place to come. It's led by Andrew Whitley who started one of the UK's best known organic bakeries in the 1970s. After many years as a full-time artisan baker and pioneer of wood-fired ovens, he knows what he's talking about. He's also co-founder of the Real Bread Campaign. Bread Matters courses are for everyone, novice or old hand. All you need is a desire to make proper bread. We learn by doing, so everyone makes a variety...

  • Manna from Devon

    Manna from Devon Cooking School has been running classes at their school in South Devon since 2005. Bread making classes have always been at the heart of their offering and are run by David Jones, a passionate and experienced artisan baker. All classes are limited to six students and they regularly offer 5 different classes:Essential Bread:Giving students a solid grounding in the basics of ingredients, kneading, shaping and baking as they create a range of delicious bread to take home.Italian Bread: Create classics like ciabatta, foccaccia, pizza, pagnotta and more. Learn to work with soft dough and to create great, open...

  • The Bertinet Kitchen

    The Bertinet Kitchen is owned and run by French baker, chef and BBC Food Champion, Richard Bertinet. Richard has more than 25 years of experience in the industry and has been teaching for the last 10 years. He has published 4 books including Dough which won the IACP Book of the Year, the Julia Child Award and the Guild of Food Writers Jeremy Round Award both for best first book. His bakery is based in Bath and supplies top hotels, restaurants and food stores in the South West as well as 15 branches of Waitrose. The school offers one-day bread-making...

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