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Did you know Mike sends out a newsletter (almost) every week? It's filled with news about bread or whatever Mike is excited about this time. It's "Mike's (more or less) Weekly Baking Tips"!

2017 Class Schedule

In the table below is most of the information you might want about our classes - the date the class will be held, the city in which the class will be held, the name of the class and a more or less brief description of the class. If you click on the name of the class, you'll be taken to a more complete description of the class. In addition to our scheduled classes, we also do retreats and workshops, at your facility or ours. We are happy to have special classes for four or more people.

To register for one of our classes, just select the number of people you want to have attend a class and press the "Add to Cart" button. You can return to this page and add as many people to any class you would like. When you have added all you want, you can use one of the "View Cart" buttons to return to PayPal and pay for your classes. If you want to pay with a credit card, PayPal is our credit card processor, and you do not need to have, or create, a PayPal account to pay via credit card.

If you prefer not to deal with PayPal, you can use the "Contact Us" page and send us an email. Tell us which class you want to be in, how many will be in your party, and how to contact you.

Date/Time Class Title and Link Location Notes Register
Saturday May 20, 2017
9:30 AM
Flavored Breads Sanger, Tx

We love simple breads, breads made with just flour, water, salt and a riser. That describes most of our breads, and some would say that's all you really need. Still, sometimes, we want more! A raisin bread. A garlic-cheddar bread. A harvest bread bursting with the grains of harvest time. A cranberry-chocolate bread. A bread stuffed with peppers - maybe jalapenos, maybe hatch green chillies.

So many grocery store "flavored breads" are sad specimens. A lackluster bread baked in a pie pan with a few ingredients tossed on top. We don't do that. We make breads that are bursting with ingredients and flavors! One of our breads is a spin on a Challah, only each braid is a different vegetable bread. Yeah, you can do that!

How many people will attend the Flavored Breads class?

We'll add more classes later in the year. Want a particular class? Just ask!

Don't have time to take one of our classes? Maybe you live too far away? Many of our textbooks are available from Mike's Bread Shoppe at Mike's other bread oriented web site, Sourdoughhome.

Is there a baking or food class you'd like to take that we don't offer? Is there a class we offer that we haven't held in a while? Do you have trouble with Saturday classes?Please tell us! The bagel class came about because people asked for it.We offer custom classes if you can get together enough people to make it worth our while - and that's not a lott of people!If you suggest a new class and we decide to offer it, we'll invite you to the first class, on us! (Well, we won't charge you for the class. Getting here, accommodations and food outside the class are not covered by this offer.) Just let us know on the "Contact Us" page!