Bread Baking Workshop Coming Up November 6

 A variety of breads I baked for my daughter's 
wedding reception buffet in June.


From: OSU Douglas County Extension Service
Event: Bread Baking Workshop
Date & Time: Saturday, November 6, 2010 from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Pine Grove Community Church, 1729 Buckhorn Rd. in Dixonville
Cost: Suggested donation of $30

Douglas County Master Food Preservers and Master Gardeners are sponsoring an all-day bread baking workshop to benefit the Douglas County Extension Development Fund. Leo Grass will demonstrate basic bagels with several toppings and spreads. Ed Hoffmann will use a wild yeast starter and his bread machine to mix a country French dough, then shape it by hand and discuss home baking methods for a crusty loaf. He'll also be making Portuguese Hard Rolls and giving away sourdough starter. Jennifer Coalwell (that's me!) will talk about grinding your own whole grain flours and demonstrate updated techniques for making light and fluffy 100% whole grain breads by hand—no mixer needed.

Pre-registration is required. A tax-deductible donation of $30 is suggested. The goal of the Douglas County Extension Development Fund is to create an endowment to provide long-term funding for educational programs and services important to Douglas County residents, and to fund the faculty members (agents and specialists) who develop and deliver these resources. This endowment would become a source of stable funding for programs and positions not covered by the voter-approved Extension Service District.

Bring a sack lunch and a hearty appetite for samples.

Stop by the Extension office at 1134 SE Douglas in Roseburg to pick up a registration form or click here to download it.  Mail the completed form with your check to:

Douglas Co/OSU Extension
Attn: MFP-CL
PO Box 1165
Roseburg, OR 97470

Questions? Call the OSU Extension office at 672-4461.

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