Learn to make rich pie dough with a special method that results in an incredibly tender crust. The event will include a lecture, demonstration, and tasty samplings of fruit pies made with various types of crusts.
The class will begin with a review of ingredients and equipment, then proceed to a demonstration of assembling dough and rolling it out. Participants will then make their own dough to take home. Master recipes for various kinds of delicious seasonal pies will be included. Deborah Trainer, home baker, will lead the class.
When: Saturday, March 21, 2009 from 2:00pm-4:30pm
Where: This event will take place in a private home in Hancock Park. Location will be provided upon receipt of payment and purchase of tickets.
Cost: $40 donation to Slow Food Los Angeles. Proceeds will fund the work of SFLA’s Social Action Committee.
Please bring an apron and the metal bowl from your KitchenAid mixer or another high-sided metal bowl.
Class is limited to 10 people. Well-behaved children accompanied by an adult are welcome.
Reservations: Two steps:
First, to RESERVE, send an email to judibikel [at] aol [dot] com with your name, contact information, and the number in your party.
Then, to CONFIRM, buy ticket(s) through Brown Paper Tickets.
Confirmations are on a first-come, first-paid basis. Ticket purchases take priority over unpaid reservations. No refunds will be issued unless the event is canceled.
About the Social Action Committee:
Kat Alexander and Emily Ventura co-chair the committee. Planned work for 2009 includes expanding access to fresh, sustainable food in the food deserts of Los Angeles by supporting farmer’s markets and gardening. In addition, they will be recruiting “student delegates,” both high school students from underserved areas of Los Angeles who are passionate about social change as well as college students working to improve food choices on their campuses.