Upcoming Events & Demos
In the Spring of 2016 Café Mulé began serving pour over and cold brew coffee to the Boise community with a weekly trailside coffee service in the Boise Foothills. Matty and Richard the mule hike their coffee shop miles into the trails for any and all who choose to adventure to them!
What began as a unique event series to encourage community, outdoor activity, and an appreciation of the beautiful surroundings we live in evolved into a full-fledged coffee company by Fall of 2016 with Café Mulé focusing on the bottling of their cold brew coffee that was getting great reviews on the trails. Their focus is the creation of a premium cold brew coffee, crafted from Idaho roasted specialty coffees. Café Mulé’s original bottled cold brew is cold steeped from a Thai coffee bean that is custom roasted by Seven Seeds Coffee Roasters from Emmett, Idaho.
Burrito Bowls with Homemade Refried Beans & Easy Cilantro Salsa
What kid doesn’t love burritos with all the fixin’s? We’ll learn how to make our own refried beans, a really yummy and quick cilantro salsa, and why and how to soak our rice before cooking. Kids will get to assemble their own burrito bowls once we’ve made all the components of the meal – choosing their favorite ingredients.
All recipes are gluten-free, egg-free and nut-free. One recipe contains animal foods, and any dairy will be optional.
Kendy Radasky, a Nutritional Therapist and self-described foodie enjoys testing new recipes on her picky 6-year old son. Her two favorite places to spend time are the garden and the kitchen – using fresh, organic, homegrown ingredients in the meals and snacks she creates for her family. Both she and her son experience food sensitivities, so much of Kendy’s exploration with new recipes centers around gluten-free, grain-free, and dairy-free options. In her work as a Nutritional Therapist, Kendy guides mothers and moms-to-be, who sometimes feel depleted by the responsibilities of family and work, to deeply nourish themselves so they can reclaim their vitality and creativity, and more fully nurture those they love.
Suggested age range: 5-10 years old. Kids up to age 12 or 13 are welcome to join us if they are not experienced cooks, this class is designed for the beginner to intermediate parent-helper.
Adults are free with paid kid’s registration. Each child will require a purchased ticket.
When a family farm and a family recipe tie the knot, Zacca Hummus is born.