Join culinary educator Sue Honkamp to create a customizable brunch that will impress your guests this fall season. In this two and a half hour workshoppe, guests will start by making the dough for homemade English muffins and let it rise while whipping up a delicious homemade apple butter. We'll also create customizable mini breakfast casseroles using your choice of veggies, meats, and cheeses. Finally, guests will put together homemade granola parfaits. At the end of class, plan to enjoy your delicious brunch with your new workshoppe friends. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves and work in groups to bring this brunch to life at Rose Farm. Take home recipes will be provided.
Sue is passionate about teaching cooking classes and wants to inspire you to create food that's both sharable and delicious. Sue's passion for real food began in 2004 while working as a Brand Manager for a major processed food company. She began to critically evaluate the ingredients in the food she marketed. She eventually moved on to work within the local foods and sustainable agriculture communities, honing her knowledge of real food from the ground up.
In 2016, as a mom of 4, she founded Real Food 4 Kids, where she teaches hands-on cooking classes and food education classes to kids. She found her passion for teaching others about food, including where food comes from, how it's produced, and how people can have a role in creating the food they love to eat. Her cooking classes will give you the confidence to prepare real food from scratch in your own homes that you can share with friends and family.