I’ve been making and teaching bread baking for a while. I just put the instruction sheet I use for the class (which also happens to be my own cheat sheet) online. Find it on my recipe site here. And please browse my other recipes on my personal recipe wiki.
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I taught a Real Bread in 10 Minutes class at a friend’s house yesterday. The dynamic was quite different in a home than in a classroom. The feedback was pretty terrific. Victor G writes: Lee, Thank you so much for the fabulous time yesterday. It’s wonderful to learn new things and to do so while […]
Over the summer I went to a sourdough bread workshop at 18 Reasons Josey Baker. I love to eat sourdough more than I like to make it. He put on a good workshop and I picked up a thing or two. Here’s the sheet he handed out:
Hey, I’m teaching another Real Bread in 10 Minutes class on Saturday November 12th. Sign up on Skillshare. Here’s the blurb I put up on Skillshare. Real Bread in 10 Minutes Learn how to make fantastic home made bread that is easier, less expensive, faster and better than going to the store! About the Class […]
It’s all confirmed, I’ll be presenting my “Real Bread in 10 Minutes” workshop (in 30 minutes) at the East Bay Mini Maker Fair Sunday October 16th. Come, it’ll be fun. Update 10-30-11: East Bay Mini Maker Faire was quite fun. I particularly liked the space they did it in Temescal, Park Day School. Walking […]
I’ll be presenting my 30 minute bread talk at East Bay Maker Faire, Hurray! They asked: If your exhibit uses radio frequencies, please elaborate here about what frequency your exhibit uses. My answer: I’ll be using 400 terahertz thru 789 terahertz on stage. I’m such a comedian.