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Bread making classes in the Boston Area?

soxchik Apr 16, 2008 09:04 AM

I'm not sure if this is the proper board for this, but I would like to take a bread making class and live in the Boston area. I'm hoping for something that is one day during the weekend (or an evening). Does anyone have a recommendation? The only one I have found is during the day on a Tuesday through BU. Thanks!

  1. sfumato Apr 17, 2008 12:39 PM

    Chef Gomes (Delphin) at the Cambridge School for Culinary Arts is a wonderful teacher (I took a souffle class with him one winter, and I know someone who did the entire 10 week pastry course). If he teaches any of the bread classes, I'd sign up asap- he's worth it.

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    1. re: sfumato
      C. Hamster Apr 17, 2008 01:02 PM

      I don't think he teaches the baking course that includes bread. It's part of their regular curriculum. He teaches the special $$ pastry courses.

      But if he does teach it, agreed -- sign up!

      1. re: C. Hamster
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        Aphex Apr 17, 2008 02:36 PM

        This is a little off topic, but what are regional cuisine recreational classes like at the Cambridge School for Culinary Arts? For instance;
        - Thailand (May 10th)
        - Flavors of South East Asia(May 18th)
        Since there isn't a list of additional dates within the description I assume they are one session only. Do you learn to cook dishes or is it more of a demonstration and taste sampling?

    2. soxchik Apr 17, 2008 12:08 PM

      Thanks all! Boston/Cambridge/Brookline aren't offering quite what I'm looking for, but Cambridge School for Culinary Arts looks perfect.

      1. trufflehound Apr 16, 2008 06:24 PM

        Most adult ed programs have them. Check where you live. Thay range from basic baking to BU's C;ear Flour class.

        1. eLizard Apr 16, 2008 12:40 PM

          I've taken Baking Bread Without Recipes at the Boston Center for Adult Education. It was very good. And an evening class.

          1. C. Hamster Apr 16, 2008 12:19 PM

            Cambridge School for Culinary Arts does one on weekends. It's part of a mutlicourse baking package but you can take single classes.

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