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james 06-14-2009 12:51 PM

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We often get questions on where to find local wood-fired cooking schools, both for home chefs and professionals. Here is a permanent page on that lists the ones we that we know -- send us additional listings for a school that has worked well for you.

It's good keeping these things organized in a single location.


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CanuckJim 06-15-2009 06:48 AM

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Many thanks for listing our workshops at Mary G's Artisan Breads. This has been a busy season thus far, and it looks like it might get even busier.


scottr 08-24-2009 12:48 PM

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I'm just building my oven now, so in researching some classes to get started, I also found a weekend class offered this fall in Vermont; posted here in case anyone else is interested:

Bread Baking in a Wood-Fired Oven with Richard Miscovich

There was another course a few weeks back with some different instructors, so it appears they may offer a few classes on WFO baking/cooking every quarter.

BurntFingers 10-22-2009 04:20 PM

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For those of us East Coast WFO people:

My wife and I recently attended a WFO cooking class at the Stone Turtle Cooking School in Maine. We perfected our pie and tart crusts in a one day class with our instructors Mike and Sandy. We met them at the Kneading Conference in Maine where they offered a workshop. That is when we decided that we would attend other classes they offer. It was well worth the trip from NJ to Maine for a week end. The one day class only cost $65 for each of us. A real deal in my eyes. We stayed over two nights and the hotel was very reasonable too. Check them out at: Stone Turtle Baking and Cooking School in Lyman, Maine 04002. Learn to bake and cook in paradise.

Les 10-22-2009 04:33 PM

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I must of missed your original post James (or forgot to reply). Ramekins in the wine country - they use a Forno Bravo oven ;) I have a thread of the time there and what was cooked. It was a lot of fun.


BurntFingers 10-22-2009 04:49 PM

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Great pic's Les.
Hope you checked out the Stone Turtle site.

Les 10-22-2009 05:03 PM

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I did Bill - looks great, just to far away to attend. I thought I had all the info in one thread - apparently not. On "Les' build" page 3, link 230 are a few more pic's. There was a couple there from the N. mid west and they didn't even have an oven yet. I plugged Forno Bravo to everyone I talked to - James I need to be on commission. ;)


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