Award winning bakers Room Forty are to bring their bread baking school to Mossley Hill, Liverpool.
Room Forty won a Silver Award at the World Bread Awards held in London last October for their bread baking excellence. This is the first time that Room Forty have brought their baking classes to Liverpool, other classes are run in Warrington, Lymm, Grappenhall and Rainford, St Helens.
Award winning Room Forty are now bringing their mobile baking school to Mossley Hill Parish Church Hilltop Centre on 21 March, 4 and 11 April.
The classes start at 5.15pm and take approximately three hours. Students on the beginners class will learn how to make the perfect white loaf, wholemeal loaf, pizza and sodabread. Students on the Italian Breads class will learn how to make focaccia, a cheese & walnut pane (pane con noci e formaggi) and rosemary ciappe (rosemary crackers). Classes are fun, hands on and participants leave with the products of their labour.
Jen Perry, proprietor of Room Forty mobile afternoon tea emporium and mobile cookery school says: “We are passionate about baking, passionate about real, additive free food and delight in passing on our baking skills. The feedback that we have had following our classes has been astonishing. We have fun teaching and the groups have great fun learning.
“More importantly we are being inundated with photo’s of the amazing loaves that our past students have sent us of their bread baking successes at home. Proof indeed that the classes work. Mitch who leads the classes is from Mossley Hill so this will be a homecoming for him.”
Classes cost only £55 for the Beginners Bread and £65 for the Italian Breads class. Costs include the cost of all ingredients, samples of bread and nibbles to eat and copious quantities of tea and coffee. Class participants also leave with recipes and the breads that they bake.