Pi(e) Day Crust Class, With Pastry Chef Emily Soblosky
A Portland Fruit Tree Project Event
Thu, Mar 14 from 6pm - 8:30pm
- 15 and up only, please! Lots of tools and equipment present. : )
Join Portland Fruit Tree Project and classically trained Pastry Chef Emily Soblosky at the Food Innovation Center to learn how to make the perfect *dough for your pies, handpies, and galettes!
Hands-on mixing, forming and best practices will be covered, and attendees will take home a few dough balls each to be ready for the upcoming harvest season.
Come enjoy wine, N/A beverages, cheese and crackers, and "Stash your Dough" with us, in the beautiful Food Innovation Center Facility on NW Naito.
*Note- we are making a full dairy butter and gluten recipe. We often have variations in our class scope, but this particular class will have group prep aspects.
About Emily Soblosky:
Emily Sablosky (she/her) is a classically trained Pastry Chef that hails from NYC and has lived in the PNW for 10+ years. Emily not only does sweet, but she is a master of savory, too! When she first landed in Portland, she worked her way up to Sous Chef at one of the city's top steakhouses. She then sought jobs that married her love of sweet and savory, and worked at some of Portland’s favorite cafes. Since leaving traditional restaurants, she has gone on to become a private chef, small caterer, teacher, and custom cake maker. She makes beautiful nature and floral inspired cakes that focus on edible and natural decorations.
While her professional page is under construction, please find her at @penelopepie on IG for inquiries on custom cooking and baking needs!
About the Food Innovation Center:
Advancing Foods in the Northwest and Beyond: As one of Oregon State University's Agricultural Experiment Stations we provide technical, creative and educational service to food industry, entrepreneurs, and Northwest communities, with a focus on quality, safety and sustainability.
About Portland Fruit Tree Project:
We joyfully care for and harvest from the trees that feed and shade our community! Join us! www.portlandfruit.org / email@example.com