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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / Breads & Baking / Hey, Donna...Can anybody hold a bread-making class?
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    Hey, Donna...Can anybody hold a bread-making class?

    Aroostook
    Tue Feb 08, 2005 2:51 am
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    Following Mean's lead here..... icon_razz.gif
    Can anyone hold a class? It would be great if more than one could be held. Different methods...different recipes... I would be willing to do a bread making "by hand" class if anyone wants. I make a really great peasant-type bread (recipe #66175) and the old standby, Refrigerator Rolls (recipe #25426). Both are darn near fool-proof and great for beginners... and I'll bet smoke alarm jr would do step-by- step pics for me. ( No great chef qualifications here except I've made both recipes at least once a week for the past 35 years.... )
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    Donna M.
    Tue Feb 08, 2005 12:14 pm
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    Of course anyone can hold a class! All I ask is that they get it pre-approved with me so I know what is going on. Also, Gay and Troy can promote it on the home page if we notify them in advance.

    I don't think we should have more than one class running in the same week, however. We can set up a 'class schedule' so people can pick in advance what they are interested in.

    Pictures would be VERY helpful. A lot of beginners need to see what the dough should look like at different stages. You would need to be available online at the time of the class to answer questions.

    Mean Chef hasn't let me know yet what recipe he will be using for his class. Once he decides, then you can pick something that is a little different from his so people can learn different techniques.

    Your free-form Peasant Bread Sounds like it could be a fun class. Not too many people have made free-form loaves. On reading your reviews of this recipe I noticed that a lot of people are only letting their starter ferment for 2 hours. They are missing out on a lot of flavor by not letting it ferment for the full time.

    Many people have been expressing an interest in dinner rolls also. They are always a popular item.

    I am planning to do a class on baking with wild yeast starters in the near future. Probably next month.
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