Kitchen Rodeo #54: Chocolate-Rye Jam Bars with Tartine Bakery
Saturday, 9/26 | 2:00pm ET | via Zoom
$805 by 23 people
Please note: tickets are required to attend this event.
Zoom link and detailed ingredients list will be included in your ticket receipt from GiveButter.
This event will be hosted digitally.
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ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL GO TO THE NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATIONAL FUND (NAACP LDF).
🔥 WHAT’S COOKING
Flower Crispbreads for spring, Chocolate-Rye Jam Bars for fall! We're thrilled to welcome back Team Tartine -- this time with pastry taking center stage.
Tartine is a small, US-based bakery chain with five locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, three in Los Angeles, and four in Seoul, South Korea. In 2007, New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman called Tartine his favorite bakery in the U.S, and the following year, they won the James Beard Award for Best Pastry Chefs in America.
In this class, Tartine's current Pastry Chef, Kristina Costa, will teach us to make a staff favorite: Chocolate-Rye Jam Bars. With shortcrust pastry, silky jam and a crackled layer of meringue, this dessert is a perfect representation of Tartine's famed technique and way with flavor.
⚙️ WHAT YOU’LL NEED
Interested in more classes? Kitchen Rodeo provides one-of-a-kind cooking experiences led by culinary professionals and enthusiasts. We offer interactive online cooking classes focused on the community experience of learning and cooking together.
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Price does not include ingredients, recipe, equipment, transportation.
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