How to Eat Your Christmas Tree

    Learn how to get the most out of your Christmas Tree this holiday


    Baking class hosted by The Bread Companion

    Beginners welcome

    3 hour class

    The Bread Companion, E10


    What you'll learn

    Ever come up with an alternative to throwing away your Christmas Tree when the festivities are over? Well here's one for you.try eating it! Join this exciting and adventurous supper club and discover the how to get the most out of your Christmas Tree this season, with delicious results!

    In this class

    Evergreen trees have become symbols of Christmas, taking centre stage in our festive decorations. This supper club, however, show's you a different side to a tree that is so familiar to us. This evergreen-themed dinner party will show the diners how to get the most out of their Christmas Tree. Everyone attending the diner will be served up a 4-course feast, taking festive eating to a completely different level! Conifers are showcased in a multitude of exciting and unusual ways that compliment more celebrated ingredients and flavours. The diners will leave the dinner feeling inspired to extend the life of their Christmas Tree, after this truly one-off experience!

    Now you can

    • Say to people "I've eaten a Christmas Tree!"
    • Take inspiration from the dinner and try recreating it at home with family or friends
    • Host your own supper club and inspire others to give it a go!

    Keep / Eat

    Eat all that is served during the course of the meal.


    Did you know?

    The first use of the term 'Christmas tree' in English was in 1835. We're pretty sure they were just used for decoration back then!


    Class location

    The Bread Companion, Hackney

    58 High Rd Leyton

    E10 6JP

    London



    About your host, The Bread Companion

    The Bread Companion is a nomadic, microbakery that travels around encouraging people to eat, buy and bake their own bread and generally take more control over their food! Inspired by communal bread ovens of the past, the bakery uses a wood fired oven to bake bread, run supper clubs and events, as well as to teach people how to make their own homemade loaves from scratch. Run by part baker, part industrial designer, Julia Georgallis, TBC has run a great many workshops all over the place, from Stroud to Sweden, council estates to glampsites.

    TBC is currently running a ferment focussed crash course in sourdough bread making, Yeast in the East in Leyton, East London. The classes are aimed at beginners who would like to learn how to make a sourdough loaf and those who have dabbled in bread making before but would like to consolidate their skills.

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    Flexible cancellation policy

    Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.