BREAD MAKING COURSES

We run popular monthly BREAD-MAKING COURSES, making 4 different types of bread by hand using our own 25 year old sourdough starter.
For details see the page Our Bread-Making Classes page

NEXT CLASSES
November class is fully booked.
Next Date
We are now booking for December 1st in West Kirby
One day classes are from 10-4 with lunch included and 4 loaves to take home cost £95 pp.
email us info@littleeye.org.uk to book your place or let us know you are interested at info@littleeye.org.uk




Thursday, 10 November 2011

Little Eye Bakery Sourdough Bread Course - Start It Up!

Fancy an informal, hands-on bread-making session,  in a relaxed kitchen environment ?  
*June 3rd and 17th * - booking now
and will take place at Claremont Farm on the Wirral (www.claremontfarm.co.uk).

Learn all you need to know to get going in your own kitchen as a home baker, making delicious breads in a way that fits into your life. Our one day Start It Up class is an informal, hands-on session, in a domestic-scale kitchen. You will:

  • ·         Understand the importance of the ingredients - from grain to loaf – sources, millers and traditions
  • ·         See how the  fermentation works, and talk through how it can fit into your life
  • ·         Work from different starters, through mixing, shaping and proving  doughs, to the bake
  • ·         Experiment and have some fun                         
We provide all materials and lunch, and you bake tinned and hand-moulded breads to take home.

Little Eye Bakery is built on 25 years baking experience (including pioneering London sourdough bakery Natural Rise in the 80s). Malcolm Williams marries traditional and modern - working with wild yeast starters, slow fermentation techniques, hand-kneading, and organic and local sourcing. 
Little Eye will be using top quality ingredients, with all breads made with traditionally-milled flours from organic and/or local sources - with no additives
We are committed to
  • ·         making food that is great for flavour, keeping, health and enjoyment
  • ·        supporting sustainable local food production businesses and artisan craft

Lunch provided. The course will start at 10.00am to around 4.30pm so please come a few minutes early to grab a coffee or tea.

For info and bookings - email us at info@littleeye.org.uk.  Payment by cheque for £75 to Malcolm Williams
Gift vouchers available.






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