Butternut Squash Galette & Sautéed Apples with Guest Dietitian, Stefie Bazen (6 est / 4 mst)
October 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm EDT$20.00
In this new series, we’ll be having some of our favorite registered dietitians lead cooking classes on the Sprouting Kitchen site! Become a more confident home cook & learn new healthy, seasonal recipes. Fallon, the Sprouting Kitchen owner, will be there to help facilitate the class and cook along!
Featuring Guest Dietitian: Stefie Bazen, live from Grand Rapids, Michigan!
Stefie been a dietitian for just about 3 years, and loves working in large scale foodservice operations. She’s currently a full time graduate student working toward her MA in Dietetics. She is also a horticulturalist, and worked in landscape design for a number of years. She enjoys planning out gardens and have a small herb garden at our residence. Stefie love sharing ways to get more color in your diet, and promote vegetable consumption whenever I can. She just moved back to Michigan from Arizona, where she lived for about 2 years and now hiking in the mountains may be her favorite pastime.
What will we be cooking?
For a rustic vibe at your fall dinner table, bake a galette, a French term for a free form tart. Made with a flaky, buttery crust, and stuffed with the warm savory notes of fall, this butternut squash galette will win any dinner guest. You can create all of it, or save time and use a store-bought crust, no worries! This dish is best served warm and is either lovely little appetizer or take a larger slice and it is the main meal. Served with warm sautéed apples for the best of seasonal favorites.
How does the class work?
Cooking classes take place on Zoom, with participants cooking along at the same time with Stefie! Once you sign up, you’ll get the recipe emailed to you. The recipe will also have many substitutions and we are available to help participants tailor the recipe to their availability and food preferences.