Jeff’s March 17th class at Linden Hills Coop in Minneapolis is cancelled

Jeff at Linden Hills Coop

This class has been cancelled, so sorry!

I’ll be doing another two-hour bread-baking demonstration class on our method, on March 17, 2015 at 6:30pm, at Linden Hills Coop in Minneapolis (3815 Sunnyside Av., Minneapolis MN 55410).

There’ll be lots of bread, pizza, flatbread, dips and salads to sample–so this is dinner! The coop doesn’t have online so call 612.922.1159 to register. I’ll be sampling recipes from our first three books:

The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day

Artisan Pizza and Flatbread in Five Minutes a Day

I won’t be doing any gluten-free recipes this night (depending on the response, I may schedule that in the future). I will have books for sale, I believe for all four of our titles (including Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day).

See you there!

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8 thoughts on “Jeff’s March 17th class at Linden Hills Coop in Minneapolis is cancelled

  1. Bob’s Red Mill offers. Classes and we Oregonians would LOVE for either or both of uou to come teach a class the next time you are in Oregon.

  2. I attended the class last night, and it was wonderful! I have the first edition of your “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes”, and have been making your recipes for about two years. The hints and techniques demonstrated last evening were so helpful and fun! Plus, all the food was amazing and well presented. The other bonus was visiting the Linden Hills Co-op. I am new to the area and will definitely be shopping at the co-op!

    It would be great to see a continuing series of classes in the area – I know that people love the recipes (and the results!), and just need a kick start to boost their confidence.

    Thanks again!


    • Thanks Maika, it was great meeting you, I had a blast. I’m doing the same class again in February, the question is whether there’s enough interest to have less general classes as the followup. Like ABin5 #2, 3, etc.

      Hope to see you at the coop!

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