Join us as we partner with Katie Lynch from Backstage Bite to host a wonderful virtual event fill with song, dance, fun, food and JOY in the kitchen.
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About Katie Lynch from Backstage Bite
Katie Lynch, a native to Raleigh, NC was born with a spatula in one hand and a fork in the other. A self proclaimed foodie at the age of four, Lynch developed an early obsession for all things food. Her mother, working as an accomplished food & beverage executive, filled Lynch’s childhood with savory recipes, brainstorming sessions with chefs, and hours of playing in the kitchen.
By age 10, Lynch also established a deep craving for the stage which led her to The Boston Conservatory. After graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre, Lynch performed regionally in productions such as: …Spelling Bee, August: Osage County, CATS and Carousel.
While in rehearsals of a show, a light bulb went off for Lynch. “I love performing AND I love cooking! I should be finding a way to do both!” And thus began her journey into television hosting.
We are Making.... Say CHEESE Crackers
-4 TBSP Melted Butter
-1/2 tsp Salt
-8oz Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
-3TBSP Cold Water
-In a large bowl, combine flour and melted butter.
-Using a large fork, mix together flour and butter until small pebbles form.
-Add salt and cheese and gently mix together with your flour mixture.
-Add in cold water.
-Use your hands to slowly work dough into one large ball. Make sure to get all of the flour and cheese from the bowl.
-Split dough in half.
-Using a rolling pin, roll out half of your dough into one large sheet.
-Using 1/4 measuring cup, press down into dough to make round cracker shapes.
-Use your butter knife to cut out circles.
-Using a butter knife and spoon make a smiley face on each circle.
-Please on a parchment lined pan and bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.
What You Need:
-Microwave (for melting butter)
-1 large bowl
-1C, 1/4C measuring cups
-1/2tsp, 1TBSP measuring spoons
-Rolling Pin (Bottle can be used as substitute)
CRAFT: Paper Plate (Or Coffee Filter) Rainbows You will Need....
—-paper plate OR Coffee Filter
—-markers, crayons or colored pencils (colors of the rainbow)