WIN An Introduction To Bread Making Class At Harrington’s Kitchen Worth £95.00!

What a fun day out!

foccacia

Rosemary and Onion Foccacia

My blog may be mainly about curry but it’s also very much about quality food! I love to cook! I enjoy learning about cooking – everything from the techniques used to the actual ingredients going into what I cook.

I guess that’s why I’m so hooked on the power of social media. I’ve been fortunate to meet so many people with the same passion.

Stephen Harrington of Harrington’s Kitchen, based in Beckenham, South London, is an enthusiastic artisan baker and chef. He offers bread making classes to share his passion for baking, having previously run his own culinary school in the Basque region of France and a successful catering company in Paris.

Now he is sponsoring an exciting prize draw with one of his popular classes as the prize!

The lucky winner will be invited to attend one of his Saturday morning baking classes in September. The exact date will be agreed between Stephen and the winner. The class starts at 10am and lasts 4 hours, finishing with a feast of the freshly baked bread, delicious hams, cheese and wine!

baguettes

Hot fresh baguettes!

The cookery classes are small, friendly and fun. Stephen makes sure everyone receives individual attention and leaves the bakery class feeling inspired and confident to share their new recipes and cooking skills with friends and family.

The introduction to Bread Making Class teaches an original no-kneading technique to create a light airy dough, as well as how to produce an impressive range of breads from French Fougasse, Rustic Pecorino and Olive Grissini to a variety of rolls and flavoured Focaccias.

So what are you waiting for?

HOW TO ENTER…

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Entries can be via blog comment, Facebook, Twitter etc

Closing date 12:01am 30 August 2012 EST

You or the friend of your choice needs to be able to get to Harrington’s by 10am on the day of the class.

Good luck!

Dan

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Comments

  1. Karen Smith says

    Would love to learn any basic bread, at the moment I only make it in the breadmaker! My favourite is porter bread.

  2. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says

    Hi, great competition, I would love to just make bread in general, would be much cheaper than buying it.

  3. Natasha Corder says

    Hi I love any home made bread it tastes so much better than shop bought. Would like to know how to make ciabatta or foccacia that would be great!

  4. Jenny says

    The only bread I make at the moment is via the bread-maker, and it always turns out kind of heavy! I would love to learn how to make nice light and tasty bread by hand!

  5. Lesley says

    Aloo paratha nicest bread you will eat failing that good old seeded loaf I love to make it but to learn to make it well would be great

  6. Fran Light says

    I’d just like to be able to make a decent wholemeal loaf. When I make it, it comes out too dense.
    I am a little fed up of paying shop prices for bread so I’d really like to master this!

  7. Rikka B says

    I’ve tried bread making many times, but always been disappointed with the results, so any help would be welcome.

  8. Elizabeth Smith says

    I’d like to learn how to make bread with a strong cheese blended through it, without it ending up like a cheesy concrete block!

  9. Alexander Smith says

    I have recently fallen in love with bread… However I find that you just cant get good bread in England. Its depressing really as I am in France visiting my other half I cant help but visit the bakers every morning for a fresh loaf…

    To learn to cook anything that is full of flavor would be brilliant :-)

  10. sue willshee says

    I’m coeliac so any bread I eat has to be gluten free. As the gluten free breads available from the supermarkets are pretty dry and bland I’d love to learn to bake a decent GF loaf.

  11. James Donovan says

    I love Olives and can eat them like sweets, so i would love to be able to make a focaccia style bread filled with herbs and olves

  12. Stuart Osborne says

    It would be nice to be able to have the confidence to mass produce fresh bread for the family – we made some one year, didn’t look great but tasted fine and was soon gone – but it took us ages, must be a quicker way.

  13. Sally Willcock says

    We always used to have something called ‘milk roll’ when we were little which was a round loaf! Wouldn’t mind finding out how they did that.

  14. Denise Sutherland says

    Hi Stephen

    I would love to learn how to make home made bread, but I dont have an airing cupboard or somewhere warm to make the dough rise. I have thought about putting my oven on low… would this work?

    Thanks

    Denise

    • says

      Hi Denise

      Turn your oven on whilst you are making the dough-leave it in a bowl covered with a tea towel-after about an hour it will have risen sufficient-definately no need for an airing cupboard!

      • Denise Sutherland says

        thanks :)

        I have just read my email saying I am the winner and I am so looking forward to meeting you and learning how to make home made bread :)

        Denise

  15. PENNY RUSSELL says

    i would love just to know how to make bread! but it would be lethal if i knew as i would be constantly eating it as i wouldn’t be able to resist making it all the time

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