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Bread Baking 101
Tuesday, May 24, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Bread is the staple of the world’s cultures. From every continent you’ll find a variation of bread in one form or another. Naan, bagels, peasant bread, etc. all have three ingredients in common; flour, water, and salt. In our first bread baking class we will teach you how to make a great no-knead bread, a pizza that doesn’t include the generic tomato sauce, a quick soda bread that takes less than an hour start to finish, and a quick flat bread. We’ll explain the difference between the different leavenings; yeast, baking soda, baking powder, and wild yeast. As well as, the different flours out on the market and how to utilize them in your home baking.
This class is for beginning and intermediate bakers who want to make a great loaf of bread without hours and days or preparation. Come prepared to play in the flour, eat the best pizza you can find in San Francisco (does anyone know of a great pizzeria in the city?), and leave with breakfast for the next day.
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(y)our food choices
We cook a lot in our tiny kitchen and love it! Baked bread, simmering soups and homemade pizzas are just a few of the staples in our apartment. We are constantly experimenting with recipes and love a challenge. We’re not Iron Chefs but we do respect the men and women who are and their dedication to the craft. We’re just two men who are trying to get back into the simple ways of life. We’re all about farmer’s markets and grass fed beef. We believe that the food we eat is sacred, even if we are not of the religious state of mind, and that with every bite we take or every drink we consume we can all make a difference, for good or not so good. Check out our blog to see the food we love to cook and eat, (y)our food choices.
Steve & Jason