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Hungarian Pastry Baking Class


Thursday, September 29, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Eastern
(6:00 pm Central // 4:00 pm Pacific)

Workshop Description:

Learn how to make Fennomes, a delicious Hungarian pastry consisting of bite-size swirls of luscious apricot, raspberry, or strawberry fruit jams and rich buttery Hungarian pastry, dusted with a crunch of demerara sugar. Perfect when you crave that little hug of sweetness. This is a treasured family recipe. This workshop is presented by founder of  The Heirzoom Bakery, Diane Holtaway. 

Cost of this workshop: $15 

*Can’t attend Hungarian Pastry Baking Class? Want to be able to rewatch the workshop? Everyone who purchases a ticket will receive a private link to the workshop recording when it is over.

What you will learn: 

  • Tricks of the trade in making tender flaky pastry
  • An easy recipe for making Fennome Hungarian pastry 
  • Tips for serving from appetizers to desserts.


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About the program leader: 

Diane Holtaway is the Founder and Owner of  “The Heirzoom Bakery”. She grew up in a family of home cooks and bakers with a passion for food. This led to a career in the food industry where she spent decades of time helping brands grow in large companies like Unilevhttp://www.heirzoombakery.comer and Campbell Soup Company,  and in assisting startup food companies at the Food Innovation Center, a food business incubator at Rutgers University. Diane was inspired to launch “The Heirzoom Bakery”,  about 10 years ago, to offer authentic ethnic baked goods the way they were meant to be with real ingredients, not artificial flavors and substitute ingredients. At the time she was working a full-time job and baking nights and weekends. As”The Heirzoom Bakery” started to grow, Diane gained the confidence to leave her full-time job and now operates the business full time.