Blog posts about the Bread Classes
Wondering what one of my bread classes is like? Check out what these participants say.
Recently I gave two demonstrations at John Lewis in Cheltenham in their Discovery Room. Here’s feedback from one participant:
“I attended your John Lewis demo earlier in the month and thought I’d give you a bit of feedback.
I do make bread fairly regularly, on the back of recipe books- Paul Holywood etc. But I learned so much from your demo, e. specially A+B+C=60. So I have bought myself a thermometer from Lakeland and followed your recipe, also using your kneading method.(Dried yeast I’m afraid.) Excellent results- very pleasing”.
All of which goes to show a demo from an expert takes you a long way further than a recipe book!” George D.
One of my favourite places to run classes is Log House Holidays.
— Lucy Dodsworth | On the Luce travel blog (@lucydodsworth) May 15, 2019
Charlotte attended the Introduction to Breadmaking course. As it was near Easter, we snuck in some hot cross buns.
— Millennial Runaway (@TheMRunaway) April 18, 2019
The Silver Nomad is setting out to learn 101 new skills. I challenged her to learn to bake bread
Have you ever tried making your own bread? I spent a morning with @BreadBakerDani learning how to make and bake bread using @FWPMatthews and @nutrenergy with scrumptious results! https://t.co/pKfC4Dv3Sv
— The Silver Nomad (@thesilvernomad) August 10, 2018
Natacha is from France. She loved baking the French way with me
Sarah Starling enjoyed spicing up her buns. (Blog now closed)
Roseann of Honeybourne Line loved the bread class
Karen Whitlock caught the bread bug at a recent class.
Helen Green, photographer wrote about the bread making course, and took some great pictures.
Sarah Lewis of Lewis Loves enjoyed baking bread the French way
Social media coverage
— Karen Whitlock (@karenjwhitlock) February 15, 2017
— Roseann Thompson (@HoneybourneLine) February 12, 2017