Ever wonder about those amazing Smith Island cakes you see on the menu of fine restaurants? They originate from our own Eastern Shore locale of Smith Island and a descendant of the original bakers of the Smith Island Cake has agreed to tell us more — and show us how!
Come get inspired for Valentine’s Day (and maybe learn why you might want to buy a Smith Island cake instead making it yourself!) as Megan Spurry Nittle shares what she learned under the tutelage of her mother and grandmother and years of successes and failures in making the famous Smith Island Cake.
Where did the idea of creating a NINE LAYER cake come from? Who made them? Why? Join us for an afternoon of cake making and stories of Megan’s Smith Island heritage. Megan will show course participants the tricks of making the perfectly imperfect Smith Island cake of NINE layers.
Registration is Limited!
IN-PERSON only at the Easton YMCA
1 Session |Saturday | Feb 12 | 3:00-4:30 pm | $15