This post is to notify you of a special sale going on this weekend at Craftsy. If you follow the links in this post for the Craftsy flash sale and enroll in a class, I will receive a small commission. I hope that doesn’t hinder you from signing up for the class you’ve been waiting for.
On July 4th, I told you about taking a photography class at Craftsy and how it helped me improve my skills. I also told you I’d signed up for an Artisan Bread Baking class that morning (at a huge discount – High 5!). Members sign into their on-line account and take classes at their leisure, repeating lessons and classes any time they choose.
I began my Artisan Bread Baking class at Craftsy this week. You may know I was on a trip recently, so that is my reason for delay. I’m getting back in the swing now that we’re home, though.
I haven’t made bread yet, but it has nothing to do with the class being inadequate in any way. It’s a time thing, y’all. If I could resist spending time
junkin’ with Mom 2 doing things not on my priority list, I would have more time for baking bread.
Ahem, just so you know, I fried Minny’s chicken for HH this week. Major brownie points there, and one
happy ecstatic husband! This time, I wasn’t the only one taking pictures of food. 🙂 HH texted pictures to our kids because he wanted to share his unbelief that it actually happened joy. (And home-made cornbread – another long-awaited item on his wish list!)
I will share soon my journey of frying chicken. Since I can’t divulge the Viking Cooking Class recipe, I can and will share the procedure and an alternative recipe.
Back to the Craftsy class report, I learned a LOT about bread-making. In times past, I made whole-grain breads at home. I haven’t done it often since moving to The Land of Making Do. The Craftsy class is an excellent refresher course, and I also learned more tricks about things like adding sweetener vs. not adding sweetener, allowing one rise vs. more than one rise…. I could go on and on, but you would benefit better if you could see this artisan bread maker at work for yourself.
SO…today is the day. If you’ve been waiting for a good sale to sign up for a Craftsy class, visit them today to check it out. Well, or tomorrow, since the sale lasts through Sunday. (I would offer a class listing, but there are many, and it would create an over-sized post. You’ll see the class choices when you visit their site.)
Let me know what you think. Do you like what Craftsy has to offer?
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