Breads of Tuscany
|Technique||Join Chef Joan Kirschner in the Bread Studio and enter the delicious world of bread making in this three-hour hands-on class. You will learn basic bread making techniques, from start to finish, including the making, kneading or folding, shaping, and baking of the dough.|
|What to expect||After the breads are made, you and your fellow students will sit down to enjoy the freshly baked breads along with a variety of toppings. You will go home with breads and the recipes for future use. Please bring a container along with your favorite apron for class. Because timing is critical in bread making, please arrive on time. Class will begin promptly at 6:00.|
|Class||Italian bakers believe that there are hundreds of different Italian breads. Each region of Italy has developed its own favorite cuisine which includes bread. The focus of this class will be on the beautiful region of Tuscany’s two favorite yeasted breads – Pane Toscano and Focaccia.
Pane Toscano is loved for the flavor of the wheat, which is more pronounced in the absence of salt, and is usually eaten with salty foods, such as cheese, olives, salami, or anchovies. The wonderfully versatile focaccia can be sweet or savory, and adorned with endless toppings, from
sea salt and herbs to fruits and vegetables.
Please park in F&B parking lot behind the building (entrance on Acton Street) and walk up and around the ramp to the front door of the building. Please bring an apron with you to class.
Flowers & Bread 3870 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214
Thursday, March 19, 2020 6:00-9:00