Afro-Indigenous Legacies of Vanilla with Chef Maya

Afro-Indigenous Legacies of Vanilla with Chef Maya
Description

In this class, we’ll prepare a vanilla dessert, vanilla sugar and bottle of vanilla extract while discussing the African and Indigenous origins and pathways that make it possible for us to enjoy this precious spice.

What Is Included

  • Step-by-step instructions to make your own vanilla extract and sugar
  • Step-by-step instructions to prepare a dessert of your choice: sorghum chocolate chip cookies, fudge brownies, or a seasonal cupcake (caramel sorhum, vanilla & chocote or strawberry hibiscus)
  • An engaging presentation on the history of vanilla
  • Deep Routes’ Afro-Indigenous Legacies of Vanilla zine
  • A baking kit that includes fresh vanilla bean pod, dry ingredients needed to prepare your selected dessert, recipe sheet, shipping list for wet ingredients and an amber bottle to store your vanilla extract
  • What You Need To Bring

  • Wet Ingredients - a shopping list will be provided
  • Reliable internet connection for participating over Zoom
  • Cooking tools & equipment, including a mixing bowl, rubber spatula, dry and wet measuring cups, measuring spoons and baking dish
  • Cancellation Policy

    Receive a full refund, reschedule or modify headcount at least 14 days before your original event date

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    Maya is a Black urban farmer and food educator from Baltimore, MD (Piscataway, Cherokee, and Lumbee lands) who’s called…

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