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Paddo Public's excursion to Brasserie Bread, as part of the 2009 Week of Tastes program

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    • Brasserie Bread
      An Awesome Excursion
      Paddington Public
      4S
      November, 2009
    • On our arrival, we sat in the 2 groups that were pre-organised.
      One group went on a tour of the bakery while the other
      was making bread and mini pizzas.
      Ruby H
    • This is the baker.
      His name
      is Matt…
      …and
      this is Mae, our tour guide.
      Lizzie
    • When we went on the tour,
      we had to wear hair nets.
      This is so that none of our
      hair would fall into any of
      the dough or other
      ingredients. (We thought they made great
      shower caps!)
      Ruby B
    • They don’t just
      bake bread…they
      create delicious
      desserts too!!
      Georgia
    • This is piping.
      The mixture is
      spooned into a
      baking bag then
      squeezed onto
      the baking tray.
      This lady is preparing
      the mixture to make
      eclairs…
    • …and here they
      are!!
      (It was hard not to reach out and
      have a taste!)
      Tom E
    • This is the cool room.
      The dough is put in
      here so that the yeast can “sleep”
      until they are ready to bake it.
      If it wasn’t put in here, the yeast would become “active” and the dough would rise before it was ready to use.
      Lotte
    • ARGH!
      .
      .
      ARGH!
      ARGH!
      .
      .
      .
      Aghhhhhhhhhh !!!!!
      And this is inside the cool room! When we were in there, one of the men shut the door on us and
      the lights went out!!!
      Greta
    • Wow! Look at this big machine! This mixes the dough because it’s too hard to mix this amount by hand. There’s a big corkscrew in the centre that mixes the dough…and kneads it.
      Elena
    • This baker has prepared a rack full of sourdough loaves ready to put into the oven.
      Hanna
    • This is an artisan baker.
      An artisan baker is one who has trained for 4 years and he does everything manually. He is not just any ordinary baker…he is a professional.
      Jack
    • These are the baked sourdough loaves straight out of the enormous oven.
      The aroma was…exquisite!
      Cameron
    • We finished the interesting tour of the bakery. Here we are … skipping merrily back to the dock because we could see and smell our bread and pizzas. Yummo!
      Samantha
    • In the Artisan Baking School
    • Matt, the baker, spread flour across the table to help make the dough less sticky when we were kneading and rolling it.
      Bijou
    • We were standing around the table and Matt threw a ball of dough to each of us. I caught mine…good catch!
      Tamara
    • Look at the face on Jeremy! He is concentrating on catching the ball of dough!
      Ray
    • This is the
      dough that Matt gave us. He showed us how to flatten it out. I flipped mine into the air like Matt when he threw it to me.
      Jonty
    • We had to roll the dough into 3 even coils getting ready to make plaits.
      Buster
    • This was approximately the length of the strand that we used to make plaits.
      Tom S
    • This is how we plaited the bread…the girls found it easier because they plait each other’s hair.
      Madison
    • This is me on the left finishing my bread plait and Ray is doing a pretty good job with his!
      Grace
    • These are the bread plaits we made ready to go into the oven! They look good, don’t they?!
      Deon
    • Now for the
      PIZZAS!
    • These are the rolls of dough we used for the pizzas.
      These are the toppings for the pizza - tomato
      paste, cheese, olives and capsicum.
      Bernardo
    • When we were making the pizzas, I just wanted to pick one up and eat it right there and then!
      Jeremy
    • When I was making
      my pizza, I put the
      cheese on first, then
      the sauce and then
      more cheese!!!
      Daniel
    • Everyone was given a show bag to put their mini pizzas and bread plaits in…they also gave us 2 rectangular sourdough rolls and a Brasserie Bread menu with extra information. Sarah
    • Look at our baked bread plaits! Matt handed us the ones that we made…they were numbered so that we knew which one was which. Mine was D2. Max
    • Our bread looked just as scrumptious and professional as the café’s out front!!!
    • These are our
      fabulous pizzas! We
      all knew which one
      was ours …
      … and the aroma!!
      They looked scrumptious
      too and we couldn’t wait to taste them!!
      Harry
    • We weren’t allowed to eat
      them inside so while we were
      waiting for the bus, we started
      chomping on our goodies.
      Yum!
      Harriet
    • We had the best time!
    • We would like to thank the following people :
      • Helen Campbell
      • the staff at
      Brasserie Bread
      • Paddo Public School