What You’ll Get
Are you an early riser? Well, this is a “behind the scenes” experience to wake up for.
Step into the kitchen and work side by side with a very talented Pastry Chef. Roll up your sleeves and learn the secrets of the art of bread baking. Remember, rarely are two Irish soda breads the same! You will bake a popular brown yeast bread and Irish soda bread and help the professional team of chefs prepare all the freshly baked loaves for the house’s renowned breakfast buffet. And you won’t leave empty-handed, you will take with you your own home-baked loaves of bread and individual copies of the recipes.
Bread making lesson in a Country House kitchen.
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This experience takes place within the working pastry kitchen of a busy Country House, alongside the breakfast chefs and is very much a ‘behind the scenes’ experience.
Sensible footwear for a kitchen is needed and long hair must be tied up.
Starts at 7.00am
Available Wednesday & Friday
The experience is a 40-minute drive from Cork city and 15 minutes from Midleton train station.
From Midleton drive towards Cloyne and the Country House is a couple of miles outside Cloyne towards Ballycotton. It is well signposted.View on Maps
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