|My good Friend and assistant Kristina from "For Your Kitchen", in Clearfield.|
|In this class we did Grain Bowls with the cooked chilled grains.|
|After the Demonstration the crowd gathers around quickly for a taste. I remember the first year I asked if they wanted a taste. I nearly had a heart attack as the entire group jumped up and ran to the front of the room for a taste.|
|The BYU Ed Week staff is amazing. |
They set up a camera so the entire group can see what is going on.
|The Second Class was all about Bread Making. I love making Bread.|
|Making the Dough|
|The classroom is great. I love the three screens. It allows|
everyone to see it all.
|Samples always go great.|
|Adoring Fans, not for me, but for Marvin and Vanessa Joy.|
|These are my two new best Friends and Hero's I adore them and I have to say |
I have never taught a more enjoyable class.
This year Honeyville Grain employee Lisa Baker shopped for me and she really brought some fun stuff, from freeze dried grapes, my personal favorite, to lots of wonderful Honeyville products. It was great. I provide the grains that are cooked and I create from all the ingredients two salads. A savory and a sweet salad. Every year it is a wonderful experience, but this year it was amazing.
Marvin is a whitty, sarcastic Jewish man, Vanessa is a sweet adorable singer. It was an hour duel of whits and charm, Vanessa was the charm. I have to tell you that it was as if we had rehearsed for a year. Truely an amazing experience. I loved every minute of thier charm and whit. Words cannot express how much I enjoyed thier pressence in my class. I will hold forever in my heart the wonderful way they charmed the group and made cooking even a better experience. If you have never been to BYU Education Week, maybe you should plan on it next year. I am hoping to be able to do another class with Marvin and Vanessa Joy. That would be fantastic. Have a great day.
Chef Brad~America's Grain Guy