Date: Tuesday 11th July 2017
Time: 9.30 – 3.30pm
Class size: 5 maximum
Suitable for: all the classes (except sourdough) are suitable for any level of experience – from those who have never baked bread in their life to rusty bakers who want to improve their baking skills, disastrous bakers who can’t understand where they are going wrong to bakers who wish to start selling their breads.
Description: Experiment with different kneading, shaping, baking and scoring techniques to make a traditional split white tin loaf, a crusty multi-seeded rye, cheese wraps and a show stopping wreath.
Techniques: You will mix, knead and shape three types of dough to produce 4 or 5 different breads. There are 2 conventional ovens and a 2 oven Aga.
9.30am Prompt start! It’s a busy day and there’s a lot to get done. Coffee and a brief chat about your previous experience and what you’d like to achieve by the end of the day
1.30pm Lunch in the sunroom with a glass of wine and the first taste of your own bread, fresh from the oven
3.30pm Aim to finish. Times may vary depending on experience, conversation and the weather!
What to bring: Just yourself, your questions and a smile. All equipment, aprons, ingredients, recipes, refreshments and lunch are included.
Take home: A big bag of the bread you have baked, recipe booklet, Bakery Bits voucher and bench knife and the confidence to bake fantastic bread in your own kitchen!
Where: Orchard House, Pentre Lane, Abergavenny NP7 7HE.
Tel: 07977 511337