New baking courses in 2012

The Hornbeam Bakers Collective want to inspire people to bake their own bread for themselves, for each other and for their communities, so they have lined up 5 baking courses early in 2012. See here for full details.

They also make fresh, handmade, nutritious, organic bread available in our neighbourhood, and bake for the Hornbeam Cafe, Hornbeam Box Scheme, Hornbeam Saturday Stall, Leytonstone Saturday Market, Growing Communities Market and a number of other events.

9 thoughts on “New baking courses in 2012”

    1. Wow! They look so-o-o diouciles! Where pumpkins are concerned, Saturday is a soup day in Jamaica and we have pumpkin soup!:) I am a new Follower of your Blog from the Wild Wednesday Blog Hop. Judy – JUDY H-J'S THOUGHTS

  1. Hi

    I’m really interested in your bread baking course as I’m struggling to find a day course at the weekend! I work as a childminder and really want to start making bread that we can eat as the stuff I’ve made is horrible.

    sam @ samhillsjewellery@yahoo.co.uk

  2. HELLO,

    I would like to speak with you or take classes. Would like to start my own coffee with bread classes and sell them but need advice. Thanks

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