https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-bread-baking-class-at-forge-baking-company-tickets-195190168047?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Forge Baking Company
626 Somerville Ave.
Somerville, MA 02143
Date Idea, Food
Come join baker Jojo Emerson at Forge Baking Company to bring the art of bread baking to your home!
In this small-group, hands-on class held in Forge's bakery, you’ll master techniques for home baking bread. From easy artisan loaves to tangy sourdough, we will bake two unique loaves of bread during our three-hour session. You’ll learn to use the tools required to successfully bake bread on your own.
During our intermission, you may pop into the cafe for a meal on us, or stay for an optional intensive on sourdough baking.
What this class includes:
Two fresh-baked bread loaves
Forge sandwich or salad
Be prepared to be on your feet, standing at a table, and using your hands for the majority of the class. Come wearing comfortable, non-slip, and closed-toe shoes.
Participants are required to provide proof of COVID vaccination before class entry and to wear a mask for the full duration of the class.
About Forge Baking Company:
When Jennifer Park and Tucker Lewis opened Forge Baking Company in 2014, their hope was to bring high-quality products with intention and care. With two additional cafes open, Diesel and Bloc, they wanted to have creative control of their bread and pastries in order to bring the best to the Somerville community. After 5 years of serving Somerville with naturally leavened hand-shaped bread, we are excited to share our knowledge for you to bring to your own kitchen.
About baker Jojo Emerson:
Jojo began making bread during graduate school, and quickly learned that her passion lay not in academia but in artisan baking. She taught herself bread baking through books, classes, workshops, and mainly, the internet. When others learned of her “hobby” (obsession), she began hosting bread classes from her Somerville kitchen. What began as friends coming over to bake morphed into a formal class with a curriculum and a months-long waitlist. She finally quit her academic job to pursue professional baking at Forge, and hasn’t looked back since.