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Read what it’s like to do bread baking class at One Mile Bakery Hale – check out the reviews!

First up, it’s the brilliant Hale Geezer. She writes fantastic articles about places to eat and drink in the Hale and Altrincham area. She was incredibly apprehensive about baking bread, but her efforts were truly rewarded!

You can read her review of the class here.

We had the pleasure of having Sophie, of Sophie’s Scran to visit for our Introduction to Baking class in Hale, Greater Manchester. She is possibly one of the foodiest of foodies I have ever met – and I love my food! She is one of those people who just loves to get involved and immerse herself in how food is made. She appreciates time and place, and the wider experience that food can provide. Perfect company!

Her words are better than mine – if you REALLY want to know what it’s like on a class, have a read of her beautifully worded review here: https://www.sophiesscran.com/2018/07/one-mile-bakery-hale-cheshire/

It was an honour to have blogger and Made in Cheshire co-founder Jacinta Dawn come to One Mile Bakery Hale to learn the basics of baking bread. Was she apprehensive? Yep! Did she bake amazing bread? Oh yes!

Have a look at her review of the day here.

The Phat Cupcake blog, run by the lovely Keeley, was a baking novice in the true sense of the word; she felt that no matter how hard she tried, she was simply destined never to master bread.

Take a look at the bread in this pic and judge for yourself!

Her fantastic review is here: https://phatcupcake.com/food-2/breaking-bread-at-one-mile-bakery-hale/ 

 

Also along for the day with Keelie was Ellie, who runs the Eleanor Graceful blog which beautifully illustrates her love of travel and food. Just take a look at her incredible loaves here:

 

Her review (again, with beautiful photography) can be found here.

 

Dan Doherty, also known as Manchester Food Tourist, lives the dream by visiting all the Manchester hotspots and has particular penchant for gin and booze generally. What better class for him to visit than our Bread and Beer class? It was grain heaven, and he discusses it perfectly here. He regularly posts his sourdough loaves on his Twitter page – get following!

Loved the celeriac soup. Think it’s  the first time Oliver has ever had celeriac and he ate every last spoonful... absolutely delicious. Bread was fab too! 5 stars.
We had it eaten 30 mins after you delivered it, just getting around to telling you now!
Oliver normally had a meal in the car on a Wednesday going from school to the gym and then to his tennis lesson. Now he gets a snack to bide him over till 7.45pm till we get home. He always looks at his snack and says, “ Oh great, it’s soup and bread night”.
Not sure what that says about my cooking but a compliment for you!
Julie C.
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