Cooking One-Dish Fall Dinners & Baking Savory Pies

Spring Creek Homesteading Fall Cooking Workshops

Chicken Fricassee with Fall Vegetables, Butternut Squash Curry & More!

  • Cooking One Dish Fall Dinners with Laura Zaino
  • Saturday, November 12, 2016 – 10 a.m. to noon
  • Church of the Good Shepherd, 867 Grays Woods Blvd, Port Matilda, PA 16870

Corn-Kale-Potato Pie & More!

  • Baking Savory Pies with Melanie Rosenberger
  • Saturday, November 12, 2016 – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Church of the Good Shepherd, 867 Grays Woods Blvd, Port Matilda, PA 16870

How to Register

Each class costs $20, to cover instructor teaching fees, kitchen rental fees, and supplies, and includes samples of the cooked dishes at the end of each class, and printed recipe packets.

Registration is limited to 12 people for each class, and the registration deadline is Saturday, November 5.

Reservations are accepted by telephone and paper check. (Spring Creek Homesteading does not have a merchant account to process online payments.)

To reserve your spot, please call Spring Creek Homesteading Fund at 814-237-0996, and send your check registration fee for $20 payable to “Spring Creek Homesteading Fund” to: Spring Creek Homesteading Fund, 156 West Hamilton Ave., State College PA 16801.

Questions? Call 237-0996, or email Program Manager Katherine Watt.

About Your Instructors

Laura Zaino – Laura is a farmer at Zaino’s Specialty Farm, and a cook who enjoys focusing on using seasonal ingredients. She learned cooking in Pennsylvania and honed her skills in Europe while studying agriculture. She has cooked locally at the Penn Stater’s Gardens Restaurant, Legends Bar, and catering division, and also at Sult and Hukkoden, two highly-rated restaurants in Oslo, Norway. Laura has a degree in Environmental Resource Management from Penn State, with a specialization in biology and ecology, and a Masters in Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture from the University of Life Sciences in Oslo.

Melanie Rosenberger – Melanie received her BFA in Fine Arts from Penn State, worked at several local restaurants, and then moved to New York City to study Culinary Arts at the International Culinary Center (formerly the French Culinary Institute.) She worked at Perilla in Greenwich Village and Miller’s Tavern in Brooklyn, as well as Great Performances and Peter Callahan catering firms before returning to Central Pennsylvania. She is currently the manager of the Friends & Farmers Online Market.

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