Tuesday, May 18, 2010

BREAD BAKING CLASS WITH ZOE & JEFF #22

I always wanted to attend a cookery class, just to get the feel of it. Amma has been conducting cookery classes herself and I was her sous-chef. But I never got enrolled into one until last saturday.

Jeff and Zoe are from Minneapolis and they conduct bread baking classes from their books in a school here. I applied and to my dismay I was put on a waiting list but in the end...I got through.
I was so excited that morning because I love meeting fellow food bloggers. And when I reached there, I met Zoe and she instantly recognised me (to my suprise!) . Yes, we are friends on Facebook and Twitter,but still, you wouldn't expect a person like her to remember all the faces!

I had a fabulous time learning how to make healthy bread in five minutes a day!They knew what they were doing which definately made learning from them very easy!

We were served the breads in between with cheese and jam. And I must say, all of them tasted very good! I loved the Cinnamon Cresents with Cream Cheese Topping and the Danish Braid with Berry Filling.
I am waiting for their next class now. Before that, I better stock up my pantry with all what I need to bake bread from next week on. Till then, we shall manage with the storebought one :)

8 Comments:

Shabs.. said...

good good.....so hope to see some breads on ur space soon!I guess u have become slightly chubbier after marriage?...

Prerna said...

Wow! I've been wanting to take a bread making class since so looong but just can't manage right now with a li'll one. I'm so glad you were able to do so. I'm sure u must have had an awesome time.
looking forward to see some bread baking recipes soon :-)

Suma Rowjee said...

Lucky gal!! Have fun at the baking classes and keep sharing the gyan with us!!

Jeff Hertzberg said...

Great meeting Ria, glad you enjoyed our class!

Jeff

Parita said...

Wow! You are so lucky!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

I am soo jealous!! Waiting to see what you learnt! <3

Jaya Wagle said...

We made some breads from their cookbooks and they couldn't be easier. I am so jealous you got to attend a class and experience their methods first hand. :)

Zo-Ya said...

Hi Ria,
Chanced upon your blog while looking for egg puffs recipe(w/o puff pastry!)You have a lovely blog here-Congratulations!
Read that you are from Kannur and from this post you mentioned that your amma conducts cooking classes-does she still teach?If its okay could you let me know the details?
Cheers

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