- February 20, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
A sourdough starter is a treasured part of many bakers’ kitchens and the first step in baking delicious artisan bread. In this fun workshop, you can look forward to a hands-on session to learn everything there is to know about creating, growing and feeding your own sourdough starter. Our baking expert Roberto will explain what makes sourdough bread different from yeasted bread, how to keep a healthy sourdough starter alive and how to use it for making bread at home. Even better, you will get to take your own starter home! Make sure to bring a 15 oz glass jar of plastic container for your starter. The workshop will start at 6:30 PM and last about an hour and a half.
No cash refunds are available for this workshop. With at least 72 hours notice, we would be happy to provide a credit to use towards other workshops and selected Il Centro initiatives (please inquire). If you give us less than 72 hours notice, we may be able to issue a credit if we can fill your seat from our waiting list, but there is no guarantee. No credit will be issued for no-shows: whether you are able to attend or not, the instructor still needs to be fairly compensated . All tickets are 100% transferable at any time – just provide your receipt to the person attending or let us know their name by phone or email.