Thu, Apr 27|
Pie Dough Science
Dial in your pie dough! Students will make a pie dough to take home to use at a future time as well as six hand pies ready to eat.
Time & Location
Apr 27, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Hood River, 1545 Osprey Dr, Hood River, OR 97031, USA
About the event
Each participant will make a double crust pie dough to take home and use right away or save for future use. In addition to learning the science behind a good pie dough, participants will make six hand pies take home. A sample pie will be enjoyed in class.
This class is open to minors with an adult present.
Dani Annala found a passion for food early in life while tending gardens and enjoying quality meals with family. Dani attended Oregon State University and graduated with bachelor’s degree in agriculture business management and General Agriculture, A Master of Agriculture with a major in Agriculture Education and minors in Agriculture Resource Economic and Animal Science. Upon graduation Dani Annala began a career with Oregon State University through the Extension Service as a 4-H Youth Development Coordinator. This career allowed Dani to discover a passion for youth hands on education specifically around food.
Dani has worked in a variety of careers including agricultural lending as a relationship manager and the local fruit industry as a Food Safety Coordinator. Dani opened Dani’s Kitchen Shop in 2019 as a creative outlet focused on custom sugar cookies. Dani’s Kitchen Shop has grown into a fulltime custom cookie business and is expanding into kitchen education. Dani looks forward to sharing her passion for food, learning and having fun in the kitchen.