Easkey’s newest eaterie, Pudding Row Café, will play host to baking classes beginning on Wednesday next, October 21.
Easkey native Dervla James, who runs the cafe with husband Johnny Conlon, will give the classes in the cafe, which is located in Easkey House, above the Easkey Surf Centre, on the main street.
Following the very successful opening in July, the café has attracted visitors from across Ireland, as well as drawing in the local community. The café is now preparing for its first winter with new opening hours and a host of special classes and workshops in the pipeline.
Dervla has a three-year baking degree from the National Baking School of Ireland and also completed study at the Weinheim Baking Academy in Germany, so she is emminently qualified to lead these classes.
The first baking classes begin on Wednesday next, October 21, focusing on crusty white yeast loaves and seasonal fayre such as barm brack.
The classes will be hands-on; beginning with a demo and chat about the mechanics and science behind bread making followed by a guided class where participants will bake alongside one another with ample opportunity to ask questions throughout. To book a place or to find out more details, call Pudding Row on 096-49794.
During winter, Pudding Row is open Thursday to Sunday from 11am to 5pm.