Did I travel from the corn fields of Nebraska, to be nestled in the peaceful, quiet woodlands of Vermont and experience the most thrilling and educational 48 hours a baker can imagine at the King Arthur Flour Baking and Education Center? Yes, yes I did!
Did I take 863 pictures and learn so much that my head is about to explode from wanting to share it with you? You bet!
Did I decide I have to share just a taste of it with you, now, before I leave on a week-long mission trip with 5 other brave adults and 26 Jr. High youth from our church? I sure did!
Did I meet the most fascinating and friendly food bloggers with the same fascination for food and taking pictures of it, as I have? Yup! (and tremendously talented instructors from King Arthur, and celebrity chef, Sara Moulton, and two delightful ladies from FLAVOR Magazine, PLUS Alison Furbish, the warm and talented web media coordinator at King Arthur who organized this educational baking extravaganza and we also got to meet and have lunch with the King Arthur flour bloggers.)
So, did I learn anything? Yes, I did! Volumes!
There is so much more to share with you, but I’m afraid this page will take 45 years to load with all the pictures. 🙂 When I get back from the mission trip, we’re going to break this down into several posts. I’m going to share recipes and tutorials, everything I learned about flour and baking chemistry, all that Sara Moulton taught us (It’s so good!) and all that is amazing about King Arthur Flour. You are going to love it!
Oh, and in case you were wondering….
I won’t be back from my trip until late on the 17th, but no worries. I have some great posts scheduled to publish through the week, while I’m gone; and when I get back, we will explore King Arthur Flour and the Blog and Bake together!
In the meantime, check out the views from some of my other blogging and magazine friends and get their perspectives on this fun two-day event!
Love & Scraps
Recipes, Rantings and Ravings from a Vermont Kitchen
The Naptime Chef
Fitting great food into family life
Good. Food. Stories.
A chronicle of delicious conversations
Scotch Plains, NJ
Bluebonnets & Brownies
Tex-Mex and Southern comfort food
A Boston Food Diary
Food, family and fun on a frugal budget.
Vermont’s Independent Voice
Kittery Point, ME
for all things delicious!
Savoring the Thyme
The Apron Archives
vintage traditions in today’s homes and kitchens