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It's time to move into the warmer months (hopefully) and we're excited for the change of pace. New weather means new recipes. So break out the outdoor cookware and try something different. If you haven't yet, check out our updated online store! We've also got co-ops to bring the good stuff right to you.Find your location and join the family.
- The Bread Beckers & Co.
Find Sue in Orlando at the 2018 FPEA Convention
Real Bread - The Staff of Life | Friday, May 25th from 11:30AM - 12:20PM
The Truth About Wheat | Saturday, May 26th from 10:30AM - 11:20AM
Fermenting | Saturday, May 26th from 12:30PM - 01:20PM
Friday April 27, 2018 11AM - 2:30PM Taught by Sue Becker & Charmane Skillen Registration $12
Join Sue as she gets you ready for summertime cooking with some quick, beat-the-heat meals that can be enjoyed indoors or out. From Cajun Oven Fries, to Corn on the Cob and Smoked Chicken and more. And of course we can't forget dessert.
Sue will be joined by our good friend Charmane Skillen, owner and founder of SALTSisters, our fabulous line of seasonings and rubs.
Saturday May 5, 2018 10AM - 2PM Taught by Sue Becker Registration $12
When it comes to fruits and veggies, we all know they are good for us, but we often encounter two problems - they go bad before we can eat them or we can't get our families to eat them at all!
Dehydration increases the shelf life of fruits and vegetables by months, sometimes years, AND it retains as much as 97% of the nutritional value of the foods. Dehydration opens up vast possibilities for preserving and enjoying healthy foods. From healthy fruit snacks to powdered veggies you can sneak into meals, to soup mixes and beef jerky, Sue will show you how fun and easy it is to dehydrate foods as well as how to use the foods you have dehydrated.
Thursday May 17 10AM - 2PM Taught by Denise Rogers Registration $15
Stock your pantry with wholesome ingredients; start making these easy and better-for-you versions of family favorites like Chicken Nuggets, Graham Crackers, Pudding, and Applesauce. Learn how versatile one great Pie Crust recipe can be. Get ahead with Freezer Brownies and Refrigerator Roll Cookie Dough - so convenient when guests pop in, or for lunchbox treats. Save money by stirring up your own spice mixes, graham crust, and Instant Pizza Sauce.
Pull up a chair in our kitchen as each of these are demonstrated and, of course, served to you.
Saturday May 19 10AM - 2:30PM Taught by Sue Becker Registration $12
Ready to enter the world of milling your own grains and making all your own breads? We will discuss all the necessary baking ingredients and types of wheat and equipment needed to make this lifestyle change not only possible but doable! We will demonstrate milling flour, mixing quick breads, kneading bread dough, and more. And best of all - you get to taste everything we make!!
Want to know the secret to classic English Muffins? In this blog post, we break down some pro tips to help your next batch turn out perfectly. Plus! Get the recipe for soft (and crunchy) English Muffins that are great anytime! Read more
What is a co-op? It's a group of people that pool their individual orders together, to take advantage of lower shipping rates, and discounts on certain food items.
How does a co-op work? Members contact the co-op coordinator for their area. The coordinator makes sure everyone knows when to get their individual orders in (using our online co-op ordering system), so that the co-op's group order be delivered by the scheduled date.
Who delivers my order? The Bread Beckers will deliver (or ship) the order; the coordinator receives the total order at a specified drop location. Once the order is delivered and accepted, the co-op members can receive their individual orders.