Traditional Bread and sausage set for Camrose workshop

December 14, 2016 by  

A meal of bread and home made sausage has long been traditional lunchtime fare, and the public is invited to come to an event in Camrose where they can try their hand at making their own.

Those who participate in the Sunny Boy Bread and Sausage Making Workshop at the Camrose Heritage Railway Station will learn all about Mennonite Sausage and bread making using Sunny Boy flour. This ingredient is produced by a company that has been a part Camrose since 1926.

The event will be facilitated by Genys Smith and Donny Lowen. Attendees will be able to make, bake and take a loaf of bread home with them, as well as a sample of the sausage. In addition to this, they will be served a complementary meal of fresh bread and home made soup. Cards that have the recipes printed on them can be given to each person who takes part in a workshop such as this, and lamination can be used to make them spill-proof for use in the kitchen.

The sausage and bread making workshop will take place at the Camrose Heritage Railway Station on January 21st at 9:00. The cost to participate is $40.00 each, and any who is interested is advised by the museum to register early. An opportunity to do so, as well as to find out more about the event, can be found on its website.