Josep Pascual Holland

Artisan Baking Master Class: Holland, January 2016

Josep Pascual Holland

I am pleased to announce that my dear friend Ralph Nieboer has suceeded in bringing Spanish Master Baker Josep Pascual back to Northern Europe, in Oosterblokker, Holland, to be precise. A two day workshop in a spacious kitchen with a lovely professional oven will take place 9 and 10 January 2016.

Josep Pascual Holland

Places are limited so be fast to mail your interest to Ralph: breadworksworkshops@ziggo.nl

The workshop will enable you to learn the world-celebrated Pascual method. Josep is a former champion of the World Cup of Baking and has also be honored to be in the jury for the same prestigious contest. So, believe me, he can teach you a trick or two and help you to make your loaves look stunning.

Josep Pascual Holland

Day:1 you will be learning basic and high hydration white sourdoughs and decorative techniques
-ciabattas
-batards
-decorating techniques

Day:2 you will be learning whole wheat sourdoughs
-shaping and decorating whole wheat loafs
-how to use your different flours (t80, t55, t65, spelt)

The master class includes 2 lunches, plus coffee and tea.

The master class will be held at Windmill de Krijgsman in Oosterblokker, and will last a total of 8*2 hours of baking fun.

Josep Pascual Holland

Skill level: you need to have some basic bread baking skills, but no advanced knowledge is needed.

To enroll send a mail to Ralph, breadworksworkshops@ziggo.nl

He guarantees that your bread baking skills will be at new level after this class.

The master class costs are 350 euro and includes two lunche, coffee and tea. If you register super soon you could get the early bird offer (300 euros).

Josep Pascual Holland

DISCLOSURE: Barbara Elisi has not received any monetary compensation for this ad. Her only interest here is to encourage the circulation of honest artisan baking knowledge.

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Barbara Elisi

Hi there! I am the "soul" behind Bread & Companatico. My main interest is the preservation of bread tradition and craft, with an eye to health. I hope you are having a good time reading this blog, and please don't be shy to connect with me through comments or emails and do keep on bread-ing! 🙂

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5 replies
  1. Maja
    Maja says:

    Hello Barbara,
    After reading your blog and about the various bread courses you are involved in, last summer I booked the Holland course in January. I had a confirmation email from Ralph at the time and a brief email in early September, and nothing since. I have written several times to ask about accommodation suggestions and a schedule but have received no response. My latest email bounced, and not surprisingly, I am now concerned. I would be very grateful if you could prompt him to get in touch as the course is now less than 2 months away and I need to make expensive travel arrangements.
    With thanks and regards,
    Maja

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