Frequently Asked Questions:- Bake it and Take it – Gift Vouchers Bread Making courses Nottingham
Q: Do I need any previous experience for any of your courses?
A: No, tuition will be given for each course and all courses can be enjoyed whatever level your culinary skills may be.
Q: Will I actually get to do hands on stuff or will I just be watching demonstrations?
A: All classes will start with a short demonstration then it will be a hands on course for the rest of the time. You bake it and take it away with you!
Q: What do I need to bring with me?
A: Just yourself, and a large basket to take your baking away with you. If you don’t have a basket a good size banana box from your local supermarket will do nicely. A couple of tea towels to line the box and an extra one to cover your baking are useful too.
Q: Where are the courses held?
A: They are held in the spacious kitchen at my home, providing a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to learn in.
Q: Are refreshments and lunch provided?
A: Refreshments are available throughout all courses. A light 2 course lunch will be provided on all full day courses, which normally consists of either soup or home made quiche and salad, followed by homemade cake.
Q: What are the course sizes?
A: The maximum is two people per class, allowing for better personal tuition and more time for individual practice.
Q: How do I book a course?
A: Please email or ring me so that I can confirm dates and classes with you.
Q: Can I buy vouchers for as a gift for someone? Gift Vouchers Bread Making courses Nottingham
A: Yes, they are available in £20 denominations, and will be valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
Q: Have the premises been inspected by the Environmental Health Officer?
A: Yes, a full 5 Star Food Standards Hygiene rating is held for the premises. The course tutor also holds a level 2 NCASS Food Hygiene award and Food allergy certificate.