Zingerman’s Bakehouse Presents Danish: The Breakfast of Vikings

. October 1, 2016.
Zingermans-Bakehouse

Do you love the danish? It’s this writer’s personal opinion that the danish is the single greatest breakfast food of all time, especially when paired with a hot cup of coffee. Despite the pastry’s rich, flaky dough, you don’t need to be a trained chef to learn how to make your own. During Zingerman’s Bakehouse’s class, Danish: The Breakfast of Vikings, participants will create the infamous dough and then pack it with fruit and cream cheese. Each attendee goes home with 18 danishes. Elastic waistbands are suggested.

Friday | October 7 | 1-5pm | $125
Zingerman’s Bakehouse | 3711 Plaza Dr.
734-761-2095 | events.zingermanscommunity.com

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