Boonderoo Farm Breadmaking Workshop 8./9.Nov.2008

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Danubian 2008 March 28
Ok, I asked about this last year. I went back to that post to peruse the details, but the links are broken. Perhaps you could post them in your first post?
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TeckPoh 2008 March 29
Would love to see some info on this. I may just be able to make it; the long school hols start the week after. Will I be a bad mom to let my kids skip school for a couple of days? After all, it all comes around. Mom learns, mom makes, family eats, family happy, send mom for further learning and so on.
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Danubian 2008 March 29
[quote=TeckPoh] After all, it all comes around. Mom learns, mom makes, family eats, family happy, send mom for further learning and so on. [/quote]

Sounds reasonable.
jonb 2012 January 14

Hi Stoneground

Thomas and Gabi usually run a November and an April workshop (I have been at the last 3 November workshops). Best to email them directly for details of the next workshop (see flyer above). I can very highly recommend the weekends (as you can see from my regular attendance). The course is simply fantastic as they are excellent hosts, know a lot about sourdough, are very willing to share their knowledge and you get lots and lots of hands-on practice (not to mention delicious bread to eat).

Jon

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