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




Wednesday, 10 December 2014

comments from our October & November classes :

We had a couple of great days, piloting our new Follow-up class, and doing the Start It Up sourdough.......


pictures with thanks to Nic and Hil at Komaru outdoors        

"A day off from the woods today. After spending so much time baking campfire bread, we decided to learn how to do it properly. Thanks to baking guru Malcolm Williams and his fab team at Little Eye Bakery for a brilliant day - and all the lovely people we met there. "

 

Komaru outdoors's photo.








 

 Making traditional Russian Borodinsky bread - rye with molasses and caraway seed.

 




"Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the day on Saturday. I am the one for whom there was not enough wholemeal dough, if you remember, we added some of the white dough and mixed them. It was delicious.

The fruit bread baked beautifully the next day ---- sampled some, the rest is  now sliced and in freezer.

Borodinsky Rye so good I have already baked another one. The only problem will be to stop eating too much !"

Patricia A


"I attended your sourdough course last week and wanted to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it and have successfully made the Rye and Wholemeal loaf recipes.

 It was a great day and could you also pass on my thanks to your wife for the lovely lunch she provided "

Wendy K. 

"I really enjoyed the day, it actually gave me a feeling the I might be in control of the process and not the reverse.  So  I can say that the course exceeded my expectations.  I can't suggest anything that needs adding or changing to the day but my experience makes me think that I'll have some more questions as I get stuck in to the baking. " Tim A 


"A week late, but Nick and I just wanted to thank you for an absolutely brilliant day – we both learned so much and thought the course was great.
And the lunch was delicious too, what more could you ask?
Haven’t tried out our new skills yet, but watch this space.  "


Hil B.







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