Iris Nerya is the daughter of a baker from Shlomi, a man who for many years baked for border settlements from Rosh Hanikrah through Zar’it, Shetula, Betzet and Matzuba.
Iris’s father, who was the apprentice of the mythological baker of Nahariya’s Dutch bakery, passed his gift for baking to his daughter who grew up with a baker for a father and decided to combine her love for baking and making chocolate to her love of children and vegetarian baking.
Iris’s baking workshop “to bake and have fun” is held in the small structure adjacent to her home in Kefar Veradim.
The workshops, designed for children, are numerous and diversified and one only has to choose from among them: in the bread workshop participants learn how to make focaccia, bread sticks, crackers, rustic bread, Uzbek bread and dips.
In the chocolate workshop participants learn how to make cupcakes shaped like elves and animals; chocolate on a stick and layered chocolate.
With advance notice, workshops for baking without gluten, eggs and milk can also be held for children.
During the workshop, designed for children ages four and older, children learn to smell, sense and taste.
It is an ideological, social workshop, with an educational value instilled through baking in unison, consulting each other and helping each other.
Further information: children may be left at the workshop and picked up when it ends.
Parents’ participation in the workshop with their children must be coordinated in advance.
The workshops are accompanied by cold beverages in summer and green tea in winter, and refreshments such as cookies and fruit.