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"Pie-ology: The Art and Science of Pie Baking" (Resilience Series # 8)
Just in time for the holidays. Christa Kling, founder of Nectar by Sea, returns to show us how to bake delicious pies we all will love.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 

6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m.

(A Zoom Event)

From flaky, tender crusts to sublime fillings, pies are the cornerstone of holiday feasts. Have you ever wondered what goes in to making the perfect pie or why pies fail?

Bring your rolling pin and favorite pie recipe to learn the different techniques of cutting butter into flour to make pies, tarts and galettes during this interactive course in Pie-ology. Christa Kling will share all the trade secrets in making delightful pies with flaky crusts, delicious fillings and show-stopping design.

Learn how to navigate potential pitfalls leading to pie failure and receive honest, professional review of new tools of the trade, techniques and design trends as well as ingredient substitutions to accommodate allergies and dietary requirements so that everyone on your guest list can have their pie and eat it too.

Christa Kling is the founder of Nectar by Sea, a small batch artisan bakery and confectionery based in Hull, Massachusetts and comes from a long line of French and German pastry chefs, sugar artists and chocolatiers. Classically trained in her family’s European bakeries and cafes, Christa has over 25 years of experience serving up something sweet from nectar.





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Tuesday, Nov 9 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
A Zoom Event

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