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Brasserie Bread, Artisan Workshop

2009 August 10

Yet again Twitter rears it’s pretty little blue head and delivers me an opportunity I cannot refuse. A live tweeted bread making class!

I was so excited I could barely contain myself. I have baked bread before and I thoroughly enjoy the process. But making sourdough? In my dreams! The concept of having to create a starter, feed it and look after it sufficiently to get the appropriate sourness to create the perfect loaf!? Way beyond my capabilities.

So one chilly evening I gather myself and go to meet my new friend @FelixExplody and head off to Brasserie Bread headquarters in Banksmeadow.

There was so much information, baking, touring, fun, tasting and talking that I couldn’t possibly recount it all. So what I’m going to do is leave you with some pictures. My only suggestion: Book yourself in. Now.

Brasserie Bread
1737 Botany Rd
1300 966 845
@brasseriebread on Twitter
In The Dough (The official blog of Brasserie Bread)

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  1. August 10, 2009

    sounds awesome. was wondering what it would be like and i think it would be so much fun. i’m so tempted to do when i get a chance. 🙂
    .-= Simon Food Favourites´s last blog ..Original designer of the Kreativ Blogger Award (6 August 2009) =-.

  2. August 10, 2009

    Amazing! What kind of sourdough did you end up making?
    .-= Littleredhen´s last blog ..Ah, that’s better. =-.

  3. August 10, 2009

    Standard white sourdough, but in a range of shapes: dinner rolls, epi, baguette, plaits etc…such fun

  4. August 10, 2009

    Sounds like so much fun! Did you make the caramelised garlic bread? I have such a weakness for it.
    .-= Gourmantic´s last blog ..Pineau des Charentes: A Regional Apéritif =-.

  5. August 12, 2009

    wow reem, the pictures came out great! glad you enjoyed the class – live tweeting was so fun and everyone was so lively – maybe a little too lively when it came to pounding the dough..
    .-= Mei´s last blog the meantime =-.

  6. August 12, 2009

    @Gourmantic no, we didn’t make the caramelised garlic bread! But we did eat some!

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