If you've ever tried baking your own bread...
...you may have had limited success and been left asking lots of questions. There are, of course, a ton books, websites and videos available but there's nothing like getting stuck in and learning bread-making hands on from an experienced baker.
In my classes I will answer your questions and explain how to make the type of bread you love, whether it's sourdough, wholemeal, a tall white tin or focaccia. There's something for everyone.
Who are my breadmaking classes for?
All my classes are for bread-making beginners and improvers - whether you want to learn the basics of everyday bread-making, or try something different, such as a Mediterranean bread, Scandinavian baking, or dive in with a sourdough breadmaking class.
Classes are small (max. four people), which allows everyone a chance to questions and really get to grips with this bread-making lark. There's also a really relaxed feel to the day - no hurrying and no pressure. Take a look at some of the feedback from previous classes.
When and where?
Classes take place at my home in Brighton, Sussex. By learning to bake bread in a domestic kitchen, you'll be able to take what you've learned and replicate it at home. No special equipment or alchemy; have a look at the baking class information page for more details and to book.
"Once we've thought of some other breads to bake, we'll be going back! Such a lovely experience - I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in any type of cooking."