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**This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.**
Pi Day —which can be found in nearly all areas of mathematics and physics—is known as a mathematical constant, meaning however big or small the circle is, its value will always be the same—roughly 3.14159.
This class offers an easy pie dough technique, which can be used for sweet or savory hand pies. Pi Day is a yearly celebration of 3.14 or March 14. These little pies are sized for 2 people to share and are quick to create. This class is appropriate for young bakers; less experienced might want an adult to assist. (Thank you to Anne Willhoit for the recipe.)
Please take 11 minutes before class to watch this video on an ingenious method for making pie crust.
Kate McDill learned to bake at the Surrogate Hostess on Capitol Hill in Seattle. The training included both traditional French pastry and breads, and American comfort goodies. She has also been a caterer. Kate is a founding member of BARN, and led the Kitchen Arts Studio in the early days; she has taught at classes at BARN. Baking is her craft, and she is happy to share her knowledge and pass on the art of creating tasty treats.