This event has ended. View the official site or create your own event → Check it out
This event has ended. Create your own
Click here to register for the 2017 Kneading Conference!
View analytic
Friday, July 28 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Beginner Techniques for the Home Baker | Presented by Stacy Cooper of Biscuits & Co | Day 2(Continued) | Pre-Enrollment Required
The Home Bakers Workshops are geared toward serious home bakers looking to learn new skills and perfect their baking techniques. In this single day workshop, an intimate group of accepted applicants will have the opportunity to learn from the pros. This workshop is hands-on so expect to get your hands into the dough and try the techniques and recipes being discussed. This Workshop will be offered twice, once on Thursday and to a second group of participants on Friday. Each day will be limited to 12 participants.

Stacy Cooper - of Biscuits and Company - will be leading a hands-on workshop covering The Versatile Biscuit.

Homey and comforting, biscuits are as versatile as can be. Using a simple recipe and a little technique, any home baker can whip up a batch of plain, sweet or savory biscuits in no time. We'll demonstrate a flexible formula that lends itself to many variations, and experiment with a variety of grains, fats and dairy for some creative applications. Expect to learn the basic biscuit formula (3-2-1) including sweet & savory variations, while enjoying plenty of samples.

avatar for Stacy Cooper

Stacy Cooper

Owner, Biscuit's & Company
Stacy Cooper grew up in Canada where biscuits were a big part of her young life. After relocating to Arundel, Maine, from Boston, Cooper realized her dream of opening a restaurant where she could experiment with biscuit classics made of "flour, fat and buttermilk" to sweet and savory scones. Cooper adds flavored butter, like cranberry orange from Casco Bay Butter Co., and local preserves to customers... Read More →

Friday July 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Skowhegan State Fairgrounds 33 Constitution Ave, Skowhegan, ME 04976