Artisan Bread Baking Session


This three-day course will set you up to bake pretty much any bread you want to at home.

Emmanuel Hadjiandreou, who won the Guild of Food Writer's Award in 2012 for his first book How to make Bread, will himself teach you all about ingredients, sourdough, kneading, proofing, shaping, baking and much more.

Master the baking process as you create a range of loaves including:

  • wholemeal bread
  • white bread
  • malt house bread
  • ciabatta
  • focaccia
  • levain de campagne
  • baguette
  • brioche
  • white sourdough
  • rye sourdough

No prior baking experience is necessary; just enthusiasm and a desire to make real bread.

This course includes light refreshments and lunch. All ingredients, equipment and recipes are provided by the School.

"I have learnt so much over the past 3 days and can't wait to come back for another course. Would highly recommend.''


Sat 8th Apr - Mon 10th Apr 2017

Places left: Limited spaces available

Sat 15th Jul - Mon 17th Jul 2017

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Thu 9th Nov - Sat 11th Nov 2017

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Time: 9:30am - 5:00pm

Duration: 3.0 day(s)

Cost: £480.00

Subjects: Baking


Emmanuel Hadjiandreou

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