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Thegreenbaker's picture
Thegreenbaker

Artisan bread school

I went on a whim googling for artisan bread classes seeing as there doesnt seem to be anything like KA here, that I have discovered yet.

 

My first stop...and this is WHERE I stopped because it just blew me out of the water!

The Artisan Bread School. *cries*

I found this course http://www.artisan-bread-school.com/location.htm

I want so bad to do it, but the money and time away from home is just too much to ask for.

bugger!

 

 

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JERSK's picture
JERSK

   Well it looks like you might be getting a glimpse of it. The baker at Judge's is one of the instructors in Tuscany. I just checked it out.

holds99's picture
holds99

TGB,

Great find.  The classes look terrific.  I would love to do the 5 day class.  Let's see, with 1.5 dollars per Euro... Hmmm, guess that's not in the cards for me in the forseeable future.  But it's definitely the stuff dreams are made of.

 

Thegreenbaker's picture
Thegreenbaker

lol I know! :(

 

How awesomme!

I'd put the money to it if I were opening a bakey....buuut, I'm not, so I will pine in silence ;)

 

 

Rosalie's picture
Rosalie

If I just happened to be going to Tuscany anyway - as if!

Rosalie

KipperCat's picture
KipperCat

It would be wonderful - the course and the location.  Heck, I'd be thrilled with either one!

JeremyCherfas's picture
JeremyCherfas

But if you strip the location.htm off, it does.

Jeremy

JeremyCherfas's picture
JeremyCherfas

The link in Thegreenbaker's original post that started this thread is http://www.artisan-bread-school.com/location.htm but if you click on that link the page cannot be found.

If, however, you strip off the location.htm and go to http://www.artisan-bread-school.com/ then it does work, and you get to the Artisan Bread School's home page.

No biggie.

Jeremy

erolk7's picture
erolk7

I took the class (wife's b'day gift for me, or herself not sure?) in March 2009.  It was a great class.  It broke me away from using my bread machine to doing everything by hand.  I've never looked back.  Carl is a very engaging teacher and he truly loves his "work".  Very good class.  I highly recommend it.