Bread Making Class

Learn how to make bread using three easy recipes for beginners.



4.5 hours Class size 1 to 8     label £85

Embark on a delightful journey into the world of baking with this Leeds bread making class! Discover the essential skill of crafting your own bread, and you'll soon find it to be a fun, cost-effective, and healthy endeavour that will help you say goodbye to shop-bought!

You'll be learning some simpler forms in this breadmaking workshop, all under the expert guidance of Emily, the talented chef from Get Cooking! As you mix, knead, stretch, shape, roll, stuff, bake, and savour some tasty morsels of bread, Emily will share her knowledge of this time-honoured craft.

Through hands-on experience and demonstrations, you'll discover three distinctly delicious doughs that can seamlessly fit into your busy life. At the end of this enriching afternoon, you'll proudly carry home warm, freshly baked bread, leaving you hungry to make more!

This class is open to all skill levels and has three easy recipes for beginners. If you want to stretch your skills at home, Emily can share some tips on crafting your very own sourdough bread too.

You will learn to bake:

  • Italian focaccia (garnished with rosemary, thyme, olives or tomatoes and garlic) (v)
  • Eastern Mediterranean flatbreads (a couple can be stuffed with fresh cheese and herbs or lamb and thyme) (v)
  • Dark Irish soda bread (v)

Vegans are most welcome at our bread classes but please share your dietary requirements at booking.

Please note: This cookery school's venue in Farsley is wheelchair accessible and includes a wheelchair-accessible toilet and workstations. Please input details at checkout so your teacher can ensure everything is set up. Also check your class is for the Farsley venue.


Knowledge required
Beginners and more experienced cooks alike.
 
What you'll get
  • Your breads to take home wrapped in parchment paper or foil.
  • Tea and coffee making facilities for your use.
  • All ingredients, equipment and your own worktop space.
  • Apron for use throughout the class.
What to bring
Bags to carry your bread home in.
 
Location

Get Cooking, Cookery School - Gate 3, 43a Springfield Centre, Bagley Lane, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5LY

We are just a minutes’ drive from the Outer Ring Road/ A6120. Turn off at Rodley Junction, as you head towards Rodley village turn right onto Bagley Lane (by The Owl). The car park to Springfield Mill Commercial Centre (Gate 3) is a few yards on to your right.

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Get Cooking - Cookery School Leeds
Get Cooking - Cookery School Leeds

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Emily Carey has been teaching different groups of people to cook classic and original dishes for over eight years in various venues around Leeds. Driven by her passion to make cooking more widely accessible, Emily came up with the idea for Get Cooking in 2010 and has been continually developing her business and incorporating fresh ideas ever since; opening her unique cookery school in Farsley, Leeds, in 2016.

Where it all began
From a young age Emily was made to feel that food was something exciting to be enjoyed. She grew up with parents who made most things from scratch and surrounded by a lot of culture – with a father teaching pottery and a mother involved with studying and writing books. Little cheeses, yogurt, bread, wine and beer were as well as clothes and some furniture were all home-made. Dinners were fashionably late and long drawn out affairs of mainly Mediterranean cooking influenced by Elizabeth David and many travels to France, Spain and Italy often squashed into an old Renault 4.

“As a child I loved to spend my pocket money on things like olives and anchovies from little markets or shops. I also have a vivid memory of sitting in the school playground thinking I would probably end up working with food and teaching. It’s funny to think back to those early hunches.”

Emily’s experiences of food continued to develop through a number of key people who strongly influenced her. It’s no surprise then that she has gathered a little food knowledge along the way.

In some senses Get Cooking wasn’t planned – it just grew. Emily has always had an eye for good recipes, good ingredients and a natural flair for knowing what foods work well together. Although a busy working mum she can always cook up scrumptious home cooked feasts for friends and family described as “one of the most sociable people I know.” That with some of the new ideas is the ethos she brings to Get Cooking.

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