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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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Mikes Fancy Cheese

Mikes 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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Artisan Baking Diploma Makes T...

Posted on August 09, 2016

The School of Artisan Food in Nottinghamshire has secured national recognition for its Advanced Diploma in Artisan Baking. FDQ, the special...

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Food for Thought Weekend

Posted on August 09, 2016

The School of Artisan Food’s annual Food for Thought lectures are a thought-provoking and entertaining two days with an impressive line-up o...

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British Classics at The School...

Posted on April 12, 2016

Alan Greenhalgh is a blogger for ManInLondon. He recently attended one of our introductory patisserie courses. Read his blog here.

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