Bread Master Class                       

Learn to Make French Bread in France

We’re bringing good bread back to your table. Learn both about the theory of bread making (yes, it’s just as important), as well as practical hands-on bread production during this 3-day bread master class.

The purpose of this master class is to learn how to make bread the old-fashioned way, using both hand and machine, with ancient wheat flour. We will make 2 or 3 kinds of bread every morning. We will learn different cooking techniques, different flavoring, and different timing and their consequences on bread-making.


Classes taught in English

Class Duration: 3 half-days (lunch included each day)
Price per person: 500€
Location: Our 3-day bread masterclass is taught at our location in Paris, Montmartre.

In order for us to provide this program, we require a minimum of at least 2 people. We will review your request and confirm your booking once 2 participants have booked. No payment is required till the dates are confirmed. Once we have 2 participants, subsequent participants can book directly. The course is limited to 6 participants max. Please email us if you need to book for more participants.

Note: This course takes place in Paris, however, if you are interested in a private session in Uzès, we would be happy to assist you. Accommodations are not included.


  • Learn essential bread-making terminology
  • Learn to make your own starter & keep it alive
  • Learn bread-making techniques using either a starter or fresh yeast
  • Learn to make simple and more complex bread recipes
  • Hands-on baking experience
  • Tasting of bread, including a light lunch
  • Take home your own bread creations
  • Small group sizes (maximum of 6 students)
  • All levels welcome
  • Learn from an experienced French chef in English in a convivial and friendly atmosphere

Privatize a Bread Masterclass

If you are interested in a bread masterclass in Uzès, please let us know. Want to privatize the class for your family or group? Private class price: 1200€ for up to 3 people. Please inquire for larger groups. Email us about a private bread masterclass.

Our popular 3-day bread masterclass has moved to Paris.

The baguette was not made in a day! The famous French bread that so many have come to love and associate with French culture actually takes at least 3 days to make from start to finish. In this bread masterclass, you will learn how to start a starter, how to keep a starter alive, and how to use a starter. You will also use fresh yeast for certain types of bread including but not limited to, hamburger buns and brioche. You will also create flavored bread using seeds and cereals, cacao, figs, walnuts . . .  
Each participant will take home the bread he or she has made. We’ll discuss different types of flour and offer examples of where you can find them at home.

At the end of each day, you’ll finish the class with a bread tasting & discuss the bread you’ve produced with a glass of wine, cheese and a light late lunch.

See some of the results from our first masterclass in Uzès, here.

Our 2020 dates will be in Paris! We hope you will be able to join us for one of these fabulous workshops. Our 3-day Bread Master Class will run for 3 consecutive dates as listed below. We are currently proposing the following dates in 2020 as follows:

April 17, 18, & 19 (Friday through Sunday)

May 19, 20, & 21 (Tuesday through Thursday)

June 26, 27, & 28 (Friday through Sunday)

October 24, 25, & 26 (Friday through Sunday)

Note: The above sessions are provided at Cook’n with Class Paris.  This class is proposed in English. We require a minimum of 2 participants in order for the program to run. It is possible to privatize a session in Uzès if you are unable to make it to Paris.

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Bread Master Class                       Learn to make bread at home like a pro. We'll teach you the technics you need to beef up your bread making skills. This 3-day Bread master class is perfect for anyone who would like to learn how to make, maintain and use a starter. Open to bakers of all levels.


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