Slow Food Seacoast is hosting an upcoming workshop on bread-making space is limited, so register soon!
Bread-Making Class with Paula Marcoux
Slow Food Seacoast
Place: Stoodleys Tavern, Strawbery Banke Museum, 17 Hancock Street, Portsmouth, NH
Date: Sunday, June 5, 2011, 2 p.m. 5 p.m.
Cost: $25 per person; $20 for Slow Food USA members
Sharpen your skills and improve your confidence with a 3-hour hands-on bread-making class on Sunday, June 5, from 2 to 5 pm. Paula Marcoux, Edible South Shore magazines food editor and a food and beer historian, will teach participants
How to tackle the basics of natural leavening and store-bought yeast
How to make home-baked bread work on YOUR schedule
Participants will learn various dough-handling techniques while fashioning, baking, and sampling some great breads to be shared at the Slow Food Seacoast Bread, Yeast, and Beer-themed Sunday Dinner to follow at 5:30 pm.
Paula Marcoux consults with museums, film producers, publishers, and individual. Her training is in archaeology and cooking, and she enjoys applying the knowledge of past cooks and artisans to today’s food experience. Since 2009, she has built wood-fired ovens both experimentally and for keeps, and worked on other writing and consultation projects. Read more about Paula and her love of wood-fired baking in “Fire it up!“
SPACE IS LIMITED for this class, and preregistration is required. Please send an e-mail to Slow Food Seacoast with I want to bake bread! in the subject line. For more information and directions: www.slowfoodseacoast.org.