We held our first workshop at Poketo this past weekend with mustard connoisseur, Zach Negin of Sono Trading Co. and The Institute of Domestic Technology. It was a sold out class and for good reason. How often do you have an opportunity to hang out with a mustard expert? Or learn to make from scratch, everyday condiments like wholegrain mustard, ketchup (lacto fermented!), worcestershire (vegan)… and my favorite, Sri Racha sauce! Angie and I were there all day buzzing with all of the activity, the taste tests, the whirl of the food processors, the wafting aroma of chiles and crushed mustard seeds… it was amazing.
I want to thank all of the workshoppers for coming out and sharing the experience with us… I hope you love the Poketo gift bags we handed out, the environmentally kind Boxed Water, and the lovely fries hand delivered from our neighbors, Wurstkuche… not a bad way to taste all of the condiments we made! More workshops to come, stay tuned at poketo.com/workshops, they’ll be added frequently… and spontaneously! Up next, a Kim Chi workshop with Angie’s mom… old school kim chi for the everyday, we’ll be posting it soon.
Leah of Freutcake.com… her smiles says it all…
Melanie and CC of Few Bits… I first met them at another workshop I attended… we are on the “learn awesome things circuit”.
Instructor, Zach Negin (middle) sharing secrets tricks with Andrew of The Dieline
Grinding chiles for the fresh Sri Racha sauce.
Lovely Adrianna of A Cozy Kitchen…
What’s in the gift bag?
I wonder if Yasmin Mei ever uses wild mustard in her floral design?