When I'm making a pizza, be it at home, when holding Bread Making Classes or Kids Pizza Parties, it is always a traditional round one. When my younger child makes a pizza, it's never a traditional, circle one. As you can see on the photo above, heart is the favourite shape. For … [Read more...] about Think Outside the Square/Circle When Making Pizza
Feeding our kids nowadays has so many challenges: food specifically marketed towards children is mostly over processed, laced with numerous, potentially dangerous and unnecessary food additives and has little nutritional value. Checking the labels and ingredients lists while … [Read more...] about Food additives: dangerous cocktails in our food
Winter is the perfect time to warm up and make some bread. To celebrate the winter season, Make Bread offers a special price for Bread Making Birthday Parties during months of June and July. Winter 2015 Special 10% off for Kids Bread/Pizza making parties booked or held … [Read more...] about Kids Birthday Parties- Winter Special
Is there anything better than freshly baked, crusty bread? Yes, there is: homemade basil pesto on freshly baked, crusty bread! Basil is a herb that likes to bake in full sun. The basil season in Melbourne's gardens is slowly coming to the end, so make the most … [Read more...] about Easy Basil Pesto Recipe
There are several myths about bread making. The common one is that bread making is a complex process. Another common misconception is: yeast needs sugar to grow. Not true! Only 4 ingredients are necessary to make yeast bread: flour, water, yeast and … [Read more...] about Is Sugar an Essential Ingredient in Bread Making?
Easter is upon us and throughout March Make Bread has a special Family Bread Making Class: in addition to your chosen breads, learn how to make Hot Cross Buns! Once you taste your organic homemade Hot Cross Buns, fresh out of the oven, anything else will seem like a … [Read more...] about Learn to Make Hot Cross Buns
Fresh yeast, also called baker's yeast, cake yeast or compressed yeast is my preferred type of yeast when making bread. It should be kept in the fridge and lasts up to 4 weeks. Fresh yeast has no artificial additives. Although not widely available in Australian … [Read more...] about Fresh Yeast Conversion
It's back to school time! For mums (and dads) that means back to packing lunch boxes, morning rush and all that goes with it. When it comes to breakfast, we need something that kids love to eat, quick to prepare, possibly warm (especially on cold mornings) and … [Read more...] about Easy Buttermilk Pancake Recipe