I also found myself in the company of some fun, wonderful women. Sarah, on my left, is young and a gamer. She builds code for an online bingo game in spite of graduating in psychology. Irina is a charming lovely woman from Bulgaria, Betsy is a fun country girl and Anita who is sometimes my partner, is a joy to work with.
|This is Christine, our teacher. She has an impressive|
resumé and us warn and welcoming. I could not with
for a nicer teacher.
|The steps of bread making.|
|Look at how firm her hands are. She figures she has made|
well over 1,000 baguettes.
|Christine is showing fellow students how to read the|
"window pane" to know if the bread is ready to rise.
|The foccacia before going into the oven.|
|Is that not a stunning sight! I love this shot into the commercial|
ovens which we accessed for some of our baking.
|Lunch. The baked foccacia.|
|The raw dough for the buns and baguettes.|
|We had access to this huge wonderful warming oven|
in which to rise out bread.
|My first baguettes! They sound great when they are pinched.|
|My first wholegrain buns.|