Tuesday, January 6, 2009

FREE Bread Class

I have had a few people ask, so I will publicly answer:

Question: Can I (Jamie) do a bread class at your house (meaning: you who are reading this)? Do I travel? Can I do a bread class for church enrichments or preparedness fairs?

Answer: Yes. All are entirely possible. It depends where you live to say if I will travel to your house. Maybe, if you have lots of friends that want to take the class, too, that might entice me to travel farther than normal... (hint, hint)


Question: How do I schedule a free bread making class?

Answer: Just ask. Send me an email or call me. Suggest a few dates that are good for you and we can figure out which days are good for both of us and voila! We have a class. Not hard and I'm pretty easy to work with. (Unless you live really far away and I am supposed to travel to where you are. I might have to wait for better weather! But I always love a good excuse to travel!)

IMPORTANT NOTE: At the class, you will get all of my secrets for making excellent bread as well as a copy of the best recipe for making any kind of whole wheat (including spelt) bread.


Any more questions? =)

p.s. I hope to see you in a class soon...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was wondering where you are to see if you would be able to come to where I am for a bread class. I live near Cleveland, Ohio and my email address is Robert3601@roadrunner.com. Thanks in advance for your anticipated response.
Bob

Jamie said...

I am in Idaho.
for those far away from Idaho, I am planning a way for you to learn too. Stay posted - in the near future, I hope to be able to announce it.

Heather said...

I want all the spelt bread making tips & tricks. I'll have to see what I can put together, I'm in IF.

Thanks!

jonandsteph said...

Wish I were in Idaho. ;) I would rather be there then here in AZ. I haven't ever worked with Spelt. It's something I would like to look into. My Mom LOVES making bread, and trying new recipes. I haven't made bread often, but need to delve in and try.

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