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 - Basic Bread Recipe 

- Ciabatta Bread

- Flavored Rolls

- Beer Bread

- Neapoliatan style Pizza Margherita

- Southern Dinner Rolls

- Cinnamon Rolls (the most delicious, with cream cheese frosting)

Learning to make your own homemade bread is not only theraputic, but also tasty and delicious. Working with gluten is fun and easy! In this class, we'll discuss the differences between artisan and soft breads.  You will learn how/when yeast grows best, and the differences between flours, and why protein matters.  In addtion to your bread making, we will serve cold cuts and cheeses so you can build your own delicous sandwiches with your yummy rolls and Ciabatta bread! 

This class is part of our Culinary Certificate program.  It is open to everyone to attend.  If you would like more information about our Certificate program, please click here.

 

 

HOW LONG IS THE CLASS?

Approximately 3.5 hours

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS

This class accommodates diets that are: 

Vegetarian

Pork-Free

WILL I GET FULL IN THIS CLASS?

Probably, but not right away.

 

Baking is essentially chemistry, and this means it is heavy on instruction, and there are also long baking times to factor. You will get to eat, but probably not for the first 1-1.5 hours of class, so we recommend having a snack or light meal before class. 

What Is Your Age Restriction Policy?

AGE RESTRICTIONS

At this time children under the age of 12 are NOT allowed to participate in ANY of our classes. No exceptions.

If you would like to enroll a teenager in one of our classes, a parent or guardian must be in attendance with him/her. He/she may ONLY attend baking classes, cooking fundamentals classes, and Saturday morning or afternoon classes.

PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MAY NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF OUR EVENING CLASSES. All classes are BYOB and persons under the age of 18 MAY NOT attend evening classes - PERIOD. If anyone under the age of 18 arrives for an evening class, he/she will not be allowed to participate and monies will not be refunded.