Step into a traditional local baker’s home proposing an interactive baking experience with possibility to make and taste local savories, short eats and buns. You will immerse yourself in an educational hands-on bread making workshop, learn about a variety of locally available and rare flours, fire up an ‘old-school’ traditional clay oven and see the workers knead the dough on a large-scale yet home-based bakery operation. Meet the baker’s family and have a refreshing tea/coffee with them while discussing local ways of life.
For many generations, my family has been baking bread the traditional way. We use clay ovens to produce the highest quality baked products, such as malupan (fish bun), kimbula banis (crocodile roll), tea banis (tea puff), rosspan (roasted bread) and others. I will walk you through the baking process and will share with you years of experience growing up in a local baker's home.
Traditional baked breads.
Ceylon tea or coffee (coconut water if you do not drink tea/coffee).
Apron for bread making time.
Traditional bakery in a local home. The space offers an immersion into a real authentic small-scale bakery with a traditional wood fired clay oven and a custom-made wooden table for kneading large quantities of dough.
10月23日 星期三 從14:00到17:00。
This is not a gluten free activity. For dates and times not listed, contact host to request additional availability. Make special request for private groups by contacting the host.
Bakery Experience in a Local Home