A hands-on cooking class. Cookies, light snacks, and tea will be served; all guests are welcome to brown bag dinner. Book sales provided by Omnivore Books.
Gluten-free treats have a bad rap and more often than not described as flavorless, dry, and not something you would want to bring to your next dinner party... until now! Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin, the duo behind Ovenly, the Brooklyn-based bakery known for creative treats that are sweet, salty, with a touch of spice - will share three cookie recipes which everyone, even gluten-lovers, will enjoy. In this hands-on class they will share tips and tricks while baking up pistachio agave, peanut butter, and granola bar cookies and anyone who has struggled with gluten-free baking will leave the class confident to master the craft at home.
pistachio agave cookies
granola bar cookies
peanut butter cookies
Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin met in a food-focused book club and immediately began to experiment in the kitchen. In 2010, the pair founded Ovenly, a creative bakery headquartered in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. For the past four years, Ovenly's innovative sweet-savory baked goods have made their way into cafés, restaurants, and stores nationwide. Ovenly has been voted the best bakery in New York City by Time Out and has won rave reviews from the Village Voice, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal. The duo is focused on building a national brand with a progressive workplace and a mission centered on making the best baked goods on earth.
Ovenly: Sweet and Salty Recipes from New York's Most Creative Bakery is their first book. Find Ovenly near you at www.oven.ly.