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Fran Costigan - Working With Your Oven
From burnt to beautiful: join us for Fran's secrets!
Are you tired of burnt bottoms and soggy centers? Do you feel like your oven is more of a foe than a friend? Well, fear not my friends, because the queen of vegan baking, Fran Costigan, is coming to town to spill the beans on all the secrets of working with your oven. Get ready to rise to the occasion and whip up some truly delicious treats. With Fran's guidance, you'll be baking like a pro in no time, and your oven will be your new BFF (Best Flourishing Friend). Don't miss out on this live event, or you'll be left with a half-baked approach to baking!
Bring your culinary questions, Fran will be available for all your queries in this live event.
About Fran Costigan
Fran Costigan is internationally renowned as the authority on vegan desserts. Trained at the New York Restaurant School and Natural Gourmet Institute, Fran was a chef in both traditional and vegan pastry kitchens before moving into teaching over 20 years ago. A lifelong chocoholic and long time vegan, Fran’s latest book, Vegan Chocolate: Unapologetically Luscious and Decadent Dairy Free Desserts, (Running Press 2013) is for all who madly, deeply love chocolate desserts, whether or not dietary considerations are an issue.
Her previous cookbook, More Great Good Dairy-Free Desserts Naturally (Book Publishing Company 2006) is the basis of the Costigan Vegan Baking Boot Camp Intensive®.
For more information, www.francostigan.com.
Wednesday, April 26th
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