10/26/15 | On Thursday, November 12, Johnson & Wales University’s Charlotte Campus will host baking superstars for a panel discussion on the next big trends in baking and milling.
Glenn Roberts, founder of Anson Mills; Jennifer Lapidus, founder of Carolina Ground; and Lionel Vatinet, master baker and owner of La Farm Bakery, will weigh in on how the rediscovery of ancient grains is having a major impact on the industry.
Peter Reinhart, James Beard Award-winning author and JWU faculty member, will serve as moderator.
The panelists will discuss all aspects of this growing, nationwide trend that includes:
- The discovery and recovery of heirloom strains of wheat, corn and other grains
- How farmers, millers and bakers are working together to grow regionally specific
species of grains for use in this region
- How others are replicating this effort in their own regions
- The advantages, opportunities and challenges they face, as well the impact on flavor,
the environment, and the economy as this movement grows
JWU’s Hance Auditorium
801 W. Trade St., Charlotte
Thursday, November 12
Choose from two sessions: Noon-1pm or 2-3pm.
Reserve Your Spot
This event is open to the public. RVSP by email to: Melinda.LawWestmoreland@jwu.edu.