Introduction to Bagels (Afternoon)

  • Time

    13:30 Arrival, registration and refreshments
    14:00 Course starts
    17:00  Course finishes

  • Duration

    Half Day

  • Tutor

    Paul Raddan

Join tutor Paul Raddan on this half-day afternoon course.

The bagel originated in Jewish culture before springing into popularity in the United States - with early advertising slogans calling it ‘the Jewish English Muffin’! Bagels have now become a worldwide favourite. The unique cooking method gives them a delicious, chewy texture and readiness to accept any filling. 

During this fun session you will make two types of bagel: an all rounder and a slightly sweet one. The aim of this session is to arm you with all the skills & information you need to reliably produce your own bagels time after time.

Your tutor will demonstrate all the techniques that you can practice & perfect to help you do your best baking!


No prior baking experience is necessary just a willingness to learn and enjoy the process.

Refreshments are available throughout the course. All ingredients, equipment & recipes provided.


The School of Artisan Food is located on the Welbeck Estate in the heart of Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, just a few minutes from the A1 and M1.

We make a conscious effort to reduce waste and packaging. Students are encouraged to bring their own containers in which to take food home.

Introduction to Bagels (Afternoon)

14 Sep 2024 (Half Day) - Last few places available