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Traditional Irish Bread Making

65 Drumgrannon Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 7DY


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Nestled in the beautiful countryside of Co. Tyrone, on the edge of the village Moy, Wee Buns Cookery School offer a range of inspiring cooking and baking classes in a homely purpose-built kitchen for both adults and kids.

You’ll join life-long local foodie, Mary Anne Mackle, at her Drumgrannon Road home where, after a warm welcome, she’ll inspire you with a mix of contemporary and traditional ideas on homemade baking and cooking. Whether you are an absolute beginner wanting to learn some cooking and baking classics or a more seasoned cook, there’s classes to suit. Under Mary Anne’s expert guidance, you’ll sharpen your culinary skills and techniques in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment, that will allow you to cook and bake with confidence.
The cookery classes range from traditional Irish baking to creative cake making and decorating, as well as the ever-popular kids’ classes. The classes are a combination of demonstration and hands-on experience, and everyone is encouraged to get stuck in. The small numbers in each group also ensures you’ll get personal attention and tuition. All ingredients, recipes and refreshments are already there waiting for you, so you can arrive empty handed. You certainly won’t be leaving empty handed however, as whatever you make is yours to keep, and you’ll have a selection of great, tried and tested recipes to take home and try for yourself too.

You’ll also enjoy a welcome break mid-morning for tea and scones, with a bit of ‘craic’ thrown in for good measure. So, whether you’re a first-time baker, or are looking to brush up on some advanced techniques, Wee Buns is tons of fun!

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