Note: Since the posting of this article, we have learned that this event has been postponed. Stay tuned for a new date!
Fresh baked bread. Nothing beats it. The smell, the taste, the sound of a thick crust as you bite into it, and the soft, squishy insides that just melt in your mouth right afterward. Plus, there’s the whole ritual and process that goes into crafting such a creation. The fermenting. The kneading. The waiting. The punching (dough—not people). The kneading (again). The baking. It can take all day, or not, depending on your style and how dedicated you are to exactly replicating ancient techniques. But undeniably, it’s a process well worth the time and effort—and definitely worth taking the time to learn to do well. This is especially true if the learning comes with an amazing specialty dinner and instruction from local pros.
How could this confluence of opportunities possibly occur? Leave it to the amazing women behind Make Tribe to bring such an event into existence. They’ll be partnering with both Dooby’s (our favorite newish coffee joint) and Esther and Harper to bring us a skill-sharing supper that includes instruction on baking the perfect artisanal sourdough bread, along with a communal, Korean-inspired dinner to sate the appetite you’ll undoubtedly work up while bread-making. Space is limited, and these events are real popular. So let the dough rise slowly, but make your reservations fast.
Make Tribe’s Flour & Water Skill Supper takes place
Monday, July 28 at 6pm.
UPDATE: This event has been postponed until the fall. We will let you know the new date as soon as possible!!
The event will be held at Dooby’s (802 N Charles St in Baltimore). For more information, visit www.maketribe.com.
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