1–5 p.m. Saturday, March 4, 2017
White Violet Center for Eco-Justice
Registration deadline: Friday, March 3, 2017
All times are in Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Event is Open for registration. Use the form below to register today.
Fresh-baked pastries are one of life’s pure joys. Classic French croissants, pain au raisin (raisin bread), Danish kringles, empanadas, turnovers, éclairs — it seems like every culture on Earth has come up with a way to put as much butter as possible into flour to make something delicious. Making pastry in a home kitchen is a remarkably simple process, with only a few techniques to master, and those techniques lead to an endless array of possibilities. These pastries will surpass anything you’ll find in the grocery store!
Robyn Morton is the associate director of White Violet Center for Eco-Justice where she coordinates the internship, volunteer, herbalism and chicken programs. She specializes in medical herbalism, cooking, developing local food systems, environmental philosophy and peak oil and economic systems. She is an unapologetic fiber lover, who enjoys spinning, weaving and knitting.