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"I eat bread, therefore, I am." – Anthony Bourdain

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Kids bake too!

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After chatting with a friend about the idea of starting a small baking school, she gave me the idea of designating 1-2 classes per month for parents and their kids.  I think this is a great idea! I used to teach kids cooking classes at an after school program a few years back, and the kids LOVED getting into the food.  Moving forward, Beyond Bread: A Baking School, will reach out to adults and children alike, focused on the art of baking both quick and yeast breads.

Feel free to contact me to get involved: michael.rosen@live.com

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Rolling out some dough

Rolling out some dough

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Written by mrosen814

September 22, 2009 at 10:08 am

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Beyond Bread: A Baking School

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I’ve decided to share my bread baking hobby with anyone willing to learn.   To date, I am unable to find affordable bread baking classes in the Los Angeles area; enter Beyond Bread. 🙂

Here’s the deal.  Each class we’ll explore and dissect all aspects of a specific type of bread.  Then, we’ll work our way through the recipe and enjoy the fruits of our labor at the end of the session.

We’re all about a hands-on bread baking experience coupled with a relaxed learning environment.

Classes are limited in size to allow everyone to get right into the dough.

As of now, classes will be held 1-2 times per month. Prices are $30 per person for adult classes and $40 for kid’s classes (1 parent + 1 child) that will include:

  • Drinks and delicious snacks
  • Step-by-step bread baking instruction
  • All materials and products
  • Bread to take home
  • A cool kitchen to learn about everything bread!

Feel free to contact me for more info: michael.rosen@live.com

Check out my Facebook page here.

Inside a Baguette

Inside a Baguette

Written by mrosen814

September 21, 2009 at 10:23 pm

Posted in Baking School