On Sunday March 26th, Slow Food Hawaii will be hosting a wood-fired bread workshop with professional baker Wes Ervin. Wes is joining us from Chicago where he is the head baker at Pleasant House Bakery.
In this class you will truly learn what "real" bread tastes like. The beads in class will be naturally leavened (aka sourdough) and baked in our wood-fired oven, yielding lovely, complex flavor and texture. We hope to use some spent brewing grains and/or fresh milled whole grains in our breads as well.
All participants will take home at least two loaves of bread and a sourdough starter of their own! This class will also include lunch.
March 26th, 11AM at Sunshower Farms in Holualoa.
Slow Food Members $40, nonmembers $50. This class is a fundraiser for Slow Food Hawaii.
There are only 20 spaces available for this event so do not wait!