The culinary use of flowers is nothing new and dates back thousands of years to the Chinese, Greek and Romans. Many cultures use flowers in their traditional cooking, think of squash blossoms in Italian food and rose petals in Indian food. Adding flowers to your food is a wonderful way to add color, flavor and whimsy. Some edible flowers are spicy, and some herbaceous, while others are floral and fragrant.
We'll take you through the history of edible flowers, provide gardening tips and you'll learn to prepare an edible flower meal. Guiding you through the workshop is Gina Hemmings, Mossflower founder, and Carly Silberman, pastry + personal chef.
Saturday, August 4, 2018 | 4:00 – 6:00 pm | The Grand Denver, 1777 Chestnut Place, Denver, CO 80202
Included in the Price. Locally-grown edible flowers and all food and drink, one-on-one personal instruction, all materials required for the class, recipes and a selection of edible flowers to take home.
Rose Drop Cocktail
Edible Flower Butter + Bread
Eat Your Garden Salad
Calendula Paella with Local Sausage
Pressed Flower Olio Nuevo Cake
Class Details. Limited to 20 participants. This is an all-levels class. Mossflower has a strict no refund, no credit, no transfer policy. Metered street parking is available. Please allow additional time to find parking and plan to arrive on time. Take the elevator to the fourth floor and turn right to find the Chef's Kitchen at The Grand Apartments.
Ordering Tips. Our website is set-up for flower deliveries so even though you're ordering a workshop it will ask you for a delivery address. If you don’t live in Denver and would like to attend the workshop please use the Mossflower address as your “delivery address,” our address is 888 E. 50th Ave, Denver, CO 80216. For the delivery date, pick any Mon - Fri. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Please inform us of any food allergies in the notes section of your order.
Any of our workshops can be booked as private parties at a future date and time.
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