Larder & Pantry: Rye Breads and More
November 11 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm$45
Instructors: Charlene Murdock & Richard White
Begin your journey to fill your larder and pantry with good foods! This hands-on session will have you mixing and kneading as you learn about making rye breads and other rye baked goods.
Rye Breads and more
Get ready for winter by warming up with several rye breads, cookies and biscuits.
You’ll learn to make buttermilk rye bread, rye shards, and rye/red fife whole wheat bread. These baked goods are all naturally leavened, and take two days to develop flavor, texture, and nutrition before baking. We will have started some of the baked goods before class so all steps of the baking process can be experienced.
You’ll take home a loaf of freshly baked rye bread and many recipes to keep you busy and your pantry stocked.
A vegetarian lunch showcasing these baked goods will be served.
LARDER & PANTRY CLASSES ONLY: To register for class, or for more information, contact Charlene at 503-357-4992 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Larder & Pantry sessions you’ll learn the art of preserving, fermenting, cooking, and storing foods with traditional and time-honored methods and processes. Build your own food storage areas and enjoy the bounty of flavorful wholesome foods throughout the year. Check out The Essential Larder & Pantry to discover more about these “live” foods in the Nana Cardoon larders and pantries.