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The Artisan-Baker (in-training)

Posted by brasseriebread on March 31, 2010

Part of our School Holiday prep means being around to accept delivery of our awesome new Kids ‘Artisan-Baker-in-training’ calico aprons! We’ve been scouting high and low for the perfect kids apron over a year now, and one chance encounter with a mum who was ‘in-the-know’ scored us these babies! Hi there! Decisions decisions… A hot chocolate [...]

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Coffee Break – CBD Easter Bun crawl anyone?

Posted by brasseriebread on March 26, 2010

The Thought So here we were again: standing on the cusp of Easter, barely basking in the glow of a new year. You know, that glow of ‘everything is right and rosy with the world’. Well, that glow was fast fading, and we were standing scratching our heads going, ‘ok, what’s next?” We wanted to [...]

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Easter Holiday Baking Classes – Now booking

Posted by brasseriebread on March 12, 2010

Sorry adults -  Kids Only! This Easter School Holidays, kick ‘em our way and get them making our famous Real Hot Cross Buns. Or perhaps they’d prefer a  journey through history, across the globe in our multicultural Breads of the World class. From learning about and baking different cultural breads to creating scrumptious Easter Tea [...]

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Bread Appreciation

Posted by brasseriebread on March 9, 2010

We held a Artisan Bread-Appreciation class for Breville (AUS) and Williams-Sonoma (USA) in Brasserie Bread Cafe. Michael took the floor for 2 hours in this new class with a focus on matching flavours and ingredients to specific breads, and taste education. Participants took part in a bread tasting session and were encouraged to jot down [...]

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The Baker’s Round

Posted by brasseriebread on March 5, 2010

There were two men once who desired nothing more than a good crusty piece of bread to enjoy with their dinner. Both men were chefs, and what they desired for themselves, they desired even more for their patrons, who paid for good wine, a great meal, all in good company at a great place. Trouble [...]

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