Cooking Class: European Hearth Breads

Your kitchen becomes an old-word bakery with a little help from Chef Peter!


Bread is a culinary wonder, and baking the perfect loaf is akin to creating magic. In this hands-on class, Chef Peter illuminates the art of crafting several classic European-style hearth loaves. You’ll learn to bake a simple crusty baguette and a batard, both consisting of unbleached wheat flour, salt and yeast, and a country loaf made with a blend of unbleached wheat flour, whole wheat flour and rye meal. You’ll also learn techniques for proofing your dough, using a baking stone and peel, scoring your bread, and much more. 


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Baguette 

With unbleached wheat flour, salt and yeast


Batard 

With unbleached wheat flour, salt and yeast


Country Loaf 

With unbleached wheat flour, whole wheat flour, rye meal, salt and yeast

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 10
  • Event Duration 3 hours
  • Activity Level
  • LabelsCouples, Group, Vegetarian, Baking, Bread Making

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Abbi

24 Nov 2020

We had a blast at our Homemade Holiday Pie Class. Super fun quarantine activity! Chef Peter was great and we will forsure be checking out future classes!

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Ruby Chen

29 Feb 2020

Learned a lot from chef peter! Very welcoming and casual setting from a professional. Highly recommend

$ 85 Per person

all-inclusive: 3-hour class, meal and taxes.


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Chef Peter began his culinary career at the early age of 18 at a renowned bakery in Capitola, California. His impressive resume includes owning his own bakery and developing artisan breads and pastries for larger bakeries. He has taught classes on cooking and baking at the Culinary Institute of America and the California Culinary Academy.

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