Join us on a Wednesday or Saturday 10.00 till 16.00 to learn how to bake delicious breads in hands-on classes with practical tips, plenty of opportunities to sample what we bake as we go along and lots to take home to share with hungry friends. There is no special equipment needed, just a normal domestic oven and good flour. Cost £75.
Come along on your own, with a friend or if you know someone who is just itching to learn how to bake bread why not give them a gift voucher for a bread baking and tasting session? See below.
For more information read on, call me on 01337 858 031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Baking calendar shows dates for the classes in January, February and March. Drop me an email if you want to hear when the next set of classes is available. Dates for April,May and June will be on the calendar this week (9/3/15)
Have a look at our recipes to see what we do or just to get cracking. If you have any difficulty using a voucher to book a class please contact me.
There are two places on the Fancy breads class on March 25th (20% off, please phone me to book)
Rolls, wholemeal Loaves, a white cob & oatcakes, with flatbreads for lunch. These are breads to enjoy every day, wholesome and good with just about everything. Once you can make these, even good shop bought bread tastes dull.
Walnut Cob, St Lucia buns, pirozhki, Malt loaf, Challah. If you want to push the boat out in terms of flavour then try these. You need to choose carefully what you serve them with, and when you get that right you will have a great meal. We will make three or four of these breads in the class.
Fougasse, parmesan & pine nut twists, cheese & olive breadsticks, baguettes, focaccia and pizza: flavour and fun. Recipes mostly from Richard Bertinet's "Dough"
Hot Cross Buns obviously, yeasted Simnel cake, maybe Kulich, maybe Tsoureki, easter biscuits. Still up in the air.
Catherine Baker of The Auchtermuchty Cake Company who has a wealth of experience in gluten and wheat free baking is running gf baking classes in conjunction with BreadinFife. The next of these "The Essentials of Gluten Free Baking" is on 11th March. The venue has changed to Ochil Villa in Freuchie ie as for other classes, bookable now.
The menu is pizzas (for lunch), corn bread, white loaf, oatcakes and oatmeal crepes.
While Catherine is the expert guiding us all, I expect this to be a class where each person attending will be contributing information on ingredient suppliers, recipes, disaster stories and triumphs.
Please be aware that the emphasis is on gluten free baking and the recipes do use eggs, butter and milk. You can check the ingredients in the recipes to be sure that you are OK with the ingredients in all or at least most of the breads. If you have questions please email me
Have a look at all our recipes to see what we do or just to get cracking.
The baking classes start with tea/coffee while we discuss what we are going to make. There is a coffee/tea/clean-up break midway which will give you a chance to swap experiences and also to leaf through bread baking books for more ideas.
We usually manage to fit in three oven baked yeasted breads plus something quick which we can have for lunch.
Classes are for a maximum of four people and a minimum of two.
How about treating someone to something completely different: a bread baking gift voucher! The perfect Christmas gift - a fun day out, a life skill and bread to take home! The cost is £75. For more details please phone or email me.
You can buy a voucher, valid for 6 months, via the Baking calendar on the BreadinFife website either with a PayPal account or through PayPal using your credit or debit card.
You will receive a confirmation email which includes a voucher to forward or print off.
The voucher explains how to choose and book a class using the certificate number on the gift voucher to “pay”. Contact me if you need to extend the validity of the voucher.
You can see availability, book and pay via the Baking calendar either with a PayPal account or through PayPal using your credit or debit card. We no longer accept cheques.
The cost is £75 which includes all materials and breads to take home.
Please note that we need two people booked into a class before we can go ahead. This is usually not a problem.
Your booking is confirmed when I receive full payment.
We ask people not to smoke on our premises.
Please email me your comments and suggestions or use Tripadvisor to add your views and see what others thought of baking at BreadinFife.