Culinary Anthropologist

Home Bread workshops, Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd March 2013

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artisanbreadt.jpgWe will focus on how to fit making your own bread into a busy life.  Who has the time to knead dough after work every day, let alone wait for it to rise twice before you bake it?  At this class you will learn cunning techniques and recipes for making your own delicious bread effortlessly, and without using a bread machine!

smbreadclassesnov20110019.jpgAfter this hands-on intensive workshop you will be able to make a range of easy breads – classic white boules, walnut and olive breads, focaccia, naan and flatbreads – without any of them being a chore.  Homemade pizza or pitta on a school night will suddenly become a possibility!  You will work with a range of top quality organic and stoneground flours including wholewheat, malted and spelt.

homebreadclass.jpgWhat’s more you will go home with a homemade bread-making kit specially sourced by Anna which will include all the essentials you need to get going immediately, even your own tub of bread dough to last you the week and wooden peel for loading bread into the oven.  Plus of course there will be plenty of the freshly baked bread you have made to take home.

smbreadclassesnov20110053.jpgThe workshop includes a delicious seasonal lunch showcasing different types of bread.  You can see pictures from previous Home Bread classes here and here.

Dates:  Saturday 2nd March 2013, repeated Sunday 3rd March

Time:  10am – 4pm

smbreadclassesnov20110027.jpgLocation:  London N5

Price:  £120, or two for £216

To book:  Email Anna

Please read the booking terms & conditions before booking your place.  Thank you.