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Baking Recipes and Advice

  • The Lighthouse Bakery School

  • Bread and Beyond

    If you would like the chance to meet other bread lovers and enjoy a hands-on experience in a cosy home kitchen environment then have a look at our courses. You can start with basic bread making and move on to more challenging bakes such as ciabatta, sourdough and teatime treats.Not only is it cheaper and better for you – it’s fun and rewarding too. Bread making is a lot easier than you think – and it can all be fitted into a busy lifestyle. Just four ingredients are all you need to get started and you don’t need expensive equipment...

  • Bute Bread School

    Come and join us on the Isle of Bute for a fun bread making day. You'll find the experience surprisingly easy and very therapeutic. Nothing beats the taste (and smell) of freshly baked bread. We’ll show you how to produce a classic white & wholemeal loaf, Scottish soda bread and focaccia breads and lovely pizzas. We teach the course in our large, well equipped kitchen using domestic equipment and the maximum number on any course will be 6. All our baking is done in our domestic double-oven range cooker – we don’t use any equipment that you can’t get hold...

  • The Old Kennels

    Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Blackdown Hills, The Old Kennels offers Artisan Baking courses throughout the year, along side short courses in a variety of other culinary, heritage arts and skills tutored by local, national and international artisans. Whether you would like to improve, or learn a new skill we provide a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.The Old Kennels also offers beautiful 4* bed & breakfast accommodation and an apartment sleeping up to four people, perfect for a short break in the glorious Devon countryside.If you would like a brochure for our courses and accommodation please call, email...

  • Hartingtons School of Food

    Artisan breadmaking is in our DNA. Hartingtons are members of the Real Bread Campaign and we have two expert breadmaking tutors who are all passionate about making artisan bread. Each tutor brings their own style to the class but in each case you will learn to make bread in a fun, group environment. Our courses are suitable for total beginners or experienced bread makers looking to improve their techniques or pick up some expert tips. All the courses take place in our fabulous converted saw mill in Bakewell with stunning views over the town. Currently, the courses include: an introduction...

  • A Taste of the Past

    Taste of the Past runs small cookery classes in home cooking but specialise in teaching bread making.  Our classes are small, with no more than 8 people for a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and lots of time for individual questions and help.  Lunch is included in the price of all our courses and includes, typically a home cooked soup, fresh breads, homemade chutney, cheeses and grapes followed by a small desert.   Our most popular class is Beginners Bread Making.  On this we start by explaining the different yeasts and flours available and then we go on to make 2...

  • The Revel Bakery

    Introduction to Baking The Revel Bakery offers a course aimed for those with little or no baking experience. This 1 day course will equip each participant with the ability to make great bread at home. Every step will be carefully explained with the opportunity to experience making dough, shaping and baking it to produce bread that you will be proud to take home. Other courses are also available so please see our website.

  • Cocoa & Heart

    The Bakery is Bexley Borough's own microbakery, supplying artisan bread to local people. We bake everything by hand using traditional way of making bread in our lovingly refurbished Victorian kitchen. Our artisan bread baking courses are perfect for anyone wishing to learn new skills or brush up on their bread making techniques. Courses are run in small groups, to ensure, you get the most out of your day. There is something for everybody, from Artisan Bread Baking, Speciality Bread or Sweet Bread Baking to Sourdough Bread Baking Courses. We use stoneground organic flour, other speciality flours and plenty of kneading...

  • Ottavia in Cucina

    Italian Cookery and Baking Classes Ottavia, food lover and baking enthusiast from Bologna, runs Italian cooking and baking classes in rural Wiltshire, only minutes away from the centre of Bath. Ottavia learned to bake and make fresh pasta at her mother's knee and certainly has the magic touch when it comes to dough. She has been baking bread and other Italian delicacies for more than 20 years, a tribute to her life long love affair with the warm, complex aroma of a fresh-baked loaf. The focus of Ottavia’s baking classes is on bread and oven products from a range of...

  • BreadinFife

    Join us to learn how to bake delicious breads. During these hands-on courses there will be plenty of opportunities to sample what we bake as we go along and you can take the final products home with you to share with hungry friends. When you get home, there is no special equipment needed, just a normal domestic oven and good flour. The baking classes provide many practical tips and just seeing how something is done is often easier than figuring out a written description. Most of all, at the end of a baking class I am sure you will...

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