Baking for Beginners
Saturday, July 13th
Come along to our baking workshop to learn how to make your own scones and cakes at home. We’ll look at basic techniques and how these can be adapted to create a range of different options.
We’ll be making a Victoria sponge cake, sandwiched with raspberry jam and buttercream. We’ll also make scones with sultanas or cherries, and discuss how to adapt the recipes to include your favourite ingredients.
The workshop will be fun and interactive with lots of time for discussions and questions.
You’ll leave with your creations and the confidence to keep on baking at home. The workshop is suitable for beginners. Please bring a large container to take your cake home in and a smaller one for scones. Recipes are provided.
If you have any particular dietary requirements, let us know at the time of booking (but please note, the workshop will use wheat flour, eggs and dairy products).
There is disabled parking on site and The Lang Spoon Community Kitchen is wheelchair and mobility friendly. The workshop will involve kneading and rolling out dough.
Booking is required as spaces are limited. Please book via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/baking-for-beginners-tickets-63627920824
Full price: £35
Greener Kirkcaldy members/volunteers: £31.50
*Students (full time), Senior Citizens (65+), eligible benefits (Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Income based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income based Employment and Support Allowance, Housing Benefit and Universal Credit). Proof of eligibility may be requested when booking, or on arrival at event.
If you wish to book using a Greener Kirkcaldy Gift Voucher, please call us on 01592 858458.
If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please phone 01592 858458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price: Full price: £35 (concessions available)
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8 East Fergus Place
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