*The live and free course does not give you a certificate of completion, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classess, and one-on-one with the instructors. These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.
About the course
The importance of bread, the gathering of family and the cultural heritage. Bread spans generations and ties the family and culture together over a warm meal.
Our recipes will span the basic village bread and street food to stuffed pita!
About The Instructor
Elif Ekin is an Entrepreneur, Chef, and mom. She cooks highly addictive Baklava and Middle Eastern pastries for local cafes and special order. Her baklava first made it’s appearance in the 2004 farmer’s market. Her small stand was a huge hit and was was sold regularly at local cafes. Because her baklava and pastries can be made Vegan and Gluten Free, her clientele base expanded. Elif’s baklava soon gained national appeal when her baklava recipe was included in Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food Magazine, November 2008. Imagine her surprise to receive an email from the Assistant Editor of the magazine stating, “I have sitting in front of me a recipe you sent in for your mother’s baklava. We tried it in our test kitchen and we love it! We would like to include in an upcoming issue of our magazine.”
Bohemian Baklava is a Salt Lake City, Utah based company that twists up a traditional favorite delicacy with unorthodox flavors combinations. Founded in 2014, Bohemian Baklava has consistently created divergent decadent desserts for various cafes and individual clients by challenging them to step out of the box and into tasty adventure.
Live and Free*:
from 11:00am-2pm EDT (8-11am PDT)
October 10th, 11th, and 12th
from 9-12am EDT (6-9pm PDT)