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.
Take a look at our evening class and full-day course pages for more information on our bread making classes.
We had a really successful evening class with four lovely ladies last night. Our evening classes are held at Little Wenlock Village Hall and it is proving to be a fantastic venue for running our classes out of. The fully equipped catering kitchen is a great space for learning to make bread. There was lots of laughter and the ladies all felt that they had learned new skills and I am sure that their bread adventures will continue at home. The evening classes are action packed and we made delicious pizzas to keep us going ( we shared some with the committee meeting being held next door too) and the parsnip cake went down very well. Last night was so action packed that I didn’t have time to take many pictures of the breads that we made, but I did take a quick shot of the gorgeous loaves that they had made before I packed them up for them to take home.
White loaves made by the four students.
If you would like to join us for an evening class the next one is being held on 3rd November. Please contact us to book your place.