Food Workshops
@ Eden Hall Campus

Upcoming Workshops

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Explore your love of food at Eden Hall.

Food is a treat for the senses, but we find it to be just as stimulating for the mind. Join us at any or all of our upcoming food workshops – covering topics like bread baking, mushroom cultivation and production, chocolate, coffee, fermentation, the apple harvest, and more – to learn the techniques of food preparation and production. What you'll learn will turn your appreciation into so much more.

Read what the Post-Gazette had to say about our chocolate workshops in a recent story.

No events are scheduled at this time.

We're finalizing details on some upcoming food workshops and we will post the details when they are available. In the meantime, please join our Food Workshop email list to be notified when events are listed. Thank you!

Workshop Instructors

Bread Baking

Shauna Kearns is a baker and teacher from Toronto, Ontario. A 2016 graduate of Chatham's M.A. in Food Studies Program, Kearns has worked at wood-fired ovens and bakeries worldwide, including the UK, US and Canada. See Shauna's bread work on her Watch a video highlighting Shauna's work »

Emily Schostack is a candidate in Chatham's M.A. in Food Studies Program. Prior to coming to Pittsburgh, she worked for several years as a baker in her home state of New Jersey. Emily currently works with Shauna to help develop and facilitate bread making workshops.


Mushroom Cultivation & Production

Tony Miga is a graduate of the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment's Master of Sustainability program and is currently the Eden Hall Campus Farm Manager. Tony has also instructed an assortment of workshops on a range of topics at Eden Hall.

Chocolate Workshops

Stacey Victor is a student in the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment's Master of Arts in Food Studies program. Stacey's interest in chocolate grew from a chocolates course in the Food Studies program that dove into into the politics, production, and pleasures associated with chocolate. Her goal is to share her knowledge to help others build their appreciation for the foods that are important parts of their lives.


Cancellation Policy

After registering, course registrants must make any change requests to their attendance at least 48 hours prior to the start of the workshop. Transfers to another course offering (if available) will be considered if space is available. Refunds will be considered if transferring to another course is not possible. Any class registrations made within the 48-hour period prior to the course beginning will not have the option to transfer to another course or receive a refund. If you need to request a transfer or cancellation, please contact the course instructor or event contact person listed for the event.

CONTACT: Hallie Jensen • hjensen@chatham.edu • 412-365-1347