Bread Baking Classes Offered Oct. 21, Nov. 15

Sunday, September 28, 2014
Learn to make bread at two UT Extension classes. Instructors from left are Tom Riley, Kelle Riley, David Allen and Kristie Allen.
Learn to make bread at two UT Extension classes. Instructors from left are Tom Riley, Kelle Riley, David Allen and Kristie Allen.

The University of Tennessee Extension will hold two Bread Baking classes this fall. Participants will learn basic bread baking techniques and science secrets.

Instructors include a professional baker, a chemist and a full time mom who grinds her own wheat. They will make treats and healthy alternatives while demonstrating traditional mixing and kneading techniques as well as a bread machine and grinder. Participants will receive recipes and samples for yeast bread, quick loaf bread, muffins, rolls and tortillas. 

Classes will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 21, from 5:30-8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Both sessions will be held at the University of Tennessee- Hamilton County Extension office at 6183 Adamson Cir. 

Cost is $10. Send check made to UT Extension to UT Extension, 6183 Adamson Circle, Chattanooga, TN 37416. Registration is due five days before the class and is non-refundable five days before the class. Indicate which class you will attend.  Call 855-6113 for more information.  

 



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