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Fri 29th Sep 2017 £185.00

Macarons, Macaroons and Meringues

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Two Magpies Bakery

Two Magpies Bakery

From Art to Artisan - Rebecca Bishop, a former student at The School of Artisan Food now heads up a successful artisan bakery in Southwold, Suffolk.

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Mike's Fancy Cheese

Mike's Fancy Cheese

Michael Thomson is the only cheese maker in Northern Ireland who makes cheese from raw milk. Michael secured funding for the production of his ‘Young Buck’ blue cheese through crowd funding and is now inspiring others to start th...

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Forge Bakehouse

Forge Bakehouse

Forge Bakehouse in Sheffield was set up by Martha who studied the Advanced Diploma in Baking at the School of Artisan Food during 2011/12.

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Rex Bakery

Rex Bakery

Glenn Stephens turned up at The School of Artisan Food in December 2012, a keen amateur but looking for a course to give him a pathway to becoming a professional baker.

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Searching for Britain’s best a...

Posted on September 12, 2017

The School of Artisan Food's founder Alison Swan Parente MBE is delighted to appear in brand new BBC Two series to find Britain’s best artis...

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Summer Preserves & Pickling

Posted on July 05, 2017

We were delighted to welcome Sophie of Experience Nottinghamshire to the School for a celebration of summer flavours and produce. Here, she...

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Strawberry & Rose Geranium Ice...

Posted on June 28, 2017

Tutor, award-winning ice cream maker and founder of London's La Grotta Ices, Kitty Travers shares one of her favourite recipes which celebra...

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Bring Home the Bacon

Posted on June 21, 2017

Renowned Sheffield food blogger Ros Ayres (aka Nibbly Pig) spent a day at the School to explore the craft of traditional charcuterie and hav...

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