Bread Making Courses
Our bread classes are hands-on practical workshops where we teach you the principles and techniques used to make different styles of bread and, hopefully, have a bit of fun on the way. They are run by the old chap (Simon Wooster) who started the family bakery at Bardwell back in 1989 before moving into various technical roles in the baking and flour milling industries. The aim is to provide enjoyable, practical instruction, some insights into the world of baking and send you off with full stomachs (we’ll feed you), bread (that you’ve made) and the knowledge to do it all over again in your own homes.
Each class lasts a full day (9.30am to 4pm) and is suitable for both complete novices and those with more experience who want to refine their bread-making skills. The bakery is fairly cosy so we limit places to a maximum of six per class.
Courses cost £75 each per class and include a 40 page e-booklet ‘Home Bread-making’ which contains the recipes covered during the day as well as loads of information on practical home baking.
Introduction to bread making
A look at the basic techniques and ingredients used in bread making with tips and tricks on how to make two distinct styles at home – classic British breads and open textured artisan style breads including demi baguettes, ciabatta and focaccia.
Please check back soon for more course dates.
Baking with sourdough
An introduction to making sourdough bread from making and maintaining a starter through to moulding, proving and baking.
Sunday 22nd September
Sunday 24th November