Have I told you how much I love my job? Last night’s class was an absolute pleasure spent with three lovely people. We made plenty of bread in our action packed three hours. We started with a spelt using the folded method, then kneaded a white dough which we made into loaves and a pizza for each of us. We made some Shropshire Butter Buns with an enriched dough I had prepared beforehand and I even had time to demonstrate how to make soda bread. It was all baked in the fab ovens that Little Wenlock Village Hall is kitted out with and was taken home by three satisfied students.
One of the students was kind enough to take a pic of me, in full grin, with all of the breads we produced.
If you would like to join me for a fun evening learning a new skill then please do get in touch.
A busy day of bread making with four lovely ladies was had last Sunday. We made the usual selection of breads including a white dough, spelt bread, focaccia, fougasse, chelsea buns and fruit buns, ending the day with some pikelets.
Breads made during the day
We enjoyed a lovely lunch in the sunshine of the open glass room and shared a carrot cake, fruit cake and shortcake biscuits over cups of tea. The students had travelled from far and wide to join us, so three of them had stayed overnight in Leena’s self-catering cottage right next door.
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