My passion for baking bread started as a need for a hobby when me and my housemate were too lazy to organise an internet connection in our flat in Brighton. With my evenings free of distractions, I started baking loaves instead. After limited initial success, I persevered (with a few disasters along the way), and before long was baking bread I was proud of. My obsession has led me on pilgrimages to Paris and Rome and to building an oven at my parents’ house in Cornwall, England with clay dug from the stream at the bottom of the garden. I came to Barcelona in 2011 and fell in love with the city and its food culture. My first baking workshops were at my girlfriend's flat, then at my friend Stella's beautiful farmhouse near Reus, where we have met some incredible people from all over the world, and shared some amazing memories. With our new place in the mountains overlooking the Mediterranean, I'm looking forward to meeting lots of new people and baking lots of delicious bread (and pizza)!
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Liam and Katy were awesome hosts and we had an absolutely amazing weekend! They were always super kind and attentive towards anything we needed. The food was great and staying over in the little cabin was a super cool experience. All in all absolutely nothing to complain and a totally recommendable weekend to get-away from busy Barcelona!
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My dad and sister had already attended Liam and Katie's workshop, and told me I had to come. It certainly did not disappoint. Liam and Katie are wonderful hosts, the place is lovely, and the food is great. It made for a great day out in the country side, and I would recommend it to any food lover wanting to chill out of the city for a day, or travelers wanting to discover the not so urban side of Catalunya.
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