Posted in Desserts, News, tagged Vegan, Workshops on November 28, 2009|
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Well, the first ever workshop was so much fun!!! Here’s some photos of the food and such… I made peanut butter cookies for the attendees to nibble on, handed out copies of the apple-cranberry pocket pie recipe, and gave out a big goodie bag filled with more cookies, a couple brownies, and a handful of my personal favorite recipes – congrats to Rachel for winning that delicious prize! Thank you to all who came, and we missed those who couldn’t make it..
I’m making some yummy refashioned peanut butter cookies…
The ingredients are ready and waiting to head down to the Falls at Copper Lake Reception Center…
Now the peanut butter cookies are taunting me…is it almost time to start with the pies???
Nom nom…pie filling before it’s cooked down…
The final mini pies….For the recipe, you’ll just have to make it to the next workshop….bwah, haha..I’m so evil 😉
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Posted in News, tagged Vegan, Workshops on November 11, 2009|
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It’s been suggested on our Facebook page by one of our fans, the lovely Mary Houston, that while I’m in the Houston area to hold a workshop. Jo and I have been thinking about this, and we agree it’s a wonderful idea! Since this would be our first one (Jo wouldn’t actually be here, just me), there are some questions I would like to pose to you, our fans!
1. How many of you would be interested in attending?
2. Would you be willing to chip in a little for groceries – I’m just a poor college student, and $5 or $10 would be helpful in paying for supplies? of which you’d get to eat 😉
3. Would you like to learn a particular dish, a particular technique, etc? What would you want to get out of it?
4. Would you prefer before or after Thanksgiving (i.e. the 20 or 21st, or the 27 or 28th)? And would you prefer a Friday or Saturday afternoon?
Depending on what it is you’re wanting from the workshop will determine how long it’ll be. But I would anticipate average about 2 hours.
Let me know what you think…
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