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Learn to make delicious home-made, real bread in a lovely homely Brighton kitchen.
If you've ever tried baking your own bread, you may have had limited success, or inconsistent results and been left asking lots of questions. There are, of course, a ton books and recipes available but there's nothing like getting stuck in and learning from an experienced baker.
In my classes I answer your questions and explain what makes for a great loaf (or roll or bun), and you get to bake delicious bread to take home and share.
Who are my breadmaking classes for?
All my classes are for beginners and improvers - if you've tried baking bread and not had much success, or if you've never tried and want to give it a go, this is for you; whether you want to learn the basics of everyday bread, or try something different, such as a Mediterranean or Scandinavian breadmaking class.
Classes are small, with a maximum of four, which allows everyone a chance to ask lots of questions. I cater mainly for adults but children are more than welcome (with an accompanying adult).
When and where?
Classes take place at my home in Brighton, Sussex. By learning to bake bread in a domestic kitchen, you know you'll be able to take what you've learned and replicate it at home. No special equipment or alchemy; just you, your hands and the oven - please see the baking class information page for more details.
If you would like to spend a few hours in a practical workshop where you will make bread you can take home and be proud of (along with the skills to make more), then have a look at my class schedule and sign up.
I am happy to put on classes specially for groups of 3 or 4 on a date to suit you, either in my Brighton kitchen, or I can come to you. Please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 07946 443433 to arrange a mutually convenient date.