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Wee Buns - Autumnal Baking

65 Drumgannon Road, Moy, County Tyrone, BT71 7DY
Wee Buns - Autumnal Baking

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Embrace the shorter days of Autumn with some wonderfully warm recipes.
We have a wonderful culture of home baking in Northern Ireland and celebrating the best of Northern Irish produce lies at the heart of my Traditional Irish Baking workshops.

Wee Buns provides a warm welcome off the beaten track in the beautiful countryside of County Tyrone.

This is a hands-on class focusing on some of the lovely traditional Irish baking handed down by generations of women (not least my own grandmother) who baked every day. We will discuss recipes and techniques and make the most of wonderful Northern Irish ingredients.

I will demonstrate a number of recipes including:
Sticky Gingerbread
Sausage Rolls
Fruit Scones
Chocolate Fudge Pudding

You will be making your own delicious Sticky Gingerbread, Sausage Rolls and Fruit Scones.

Dates: Wednesday 29th Sept, 21st Oct & 18th Nov

Time: 09:30 - 12:30

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23/09/2020 (23 Sept 2020 - 11 Nov 2020)

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