We Belong (in the Kitchen)

We Belong (in the Kitchen)


We Belong (in the Kitchen)
The Wild Rose Collective has teamed up with the Gluten Free Goat for an evening of dinner, desserts, and conversations from experts in the kitchen.

“We Belong” is a Pittsburgh workshop series empowering womxn to claim spaces where they have frequently been excluded or under credited. Together, we will say “We Belong…in the kitchen, in the skatepark, in the woodshop, in the garage, and on stage.”  

The goal of these events is to break down barriers, defy gender norms and empower womxn to show up and overcome their fears in a safe and welcoming way.

Bring your business questions and your appetites!

Where: Gluten Free Goat Bakery & Cafe
4905 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
When: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Time: 6:45-9PM

Jeanette Harris, the Founder of the Gluten-Free Goat started selling gluten-free baked goods at markets and eventually expanded to wholesale and now a cafe. Her own experience of being celiac led her to this journey, and now she is the business woman behind her successful company.

Ling Wollenschlaeger is the Founder and Head Chef of Pittsburgh Fresh, a delivery subscription with ready-to-eat meals. After graduating college, Ling became a financial analyst. She always packed fresh and healthy lunches to which her colleagues would say, “Your lunches always look so healthy. I’d pay you to make my lunch!” With those words, Ling began a new career, one that would dovetail her passion for healthy cooking with helping others to eat nutritious, fresh meals.

Quelcy Kogel is a multi-passionate creative who works as a food and prop stylist, event designer, writer and now, author. In April 2019, Quelcy will release her first cookbook, The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook with Page Street Publishing. As a stylist, Quelcy has worked with brands like Brooklyn Brewery, GNC, Honest Tea, ModCloth and Rachael Ray Nutrish to bring their brand stories to life. Her work has been featured on Bon Appétit, BuzzFeed, HuffPost Taste, the Instagram blog, and in Sift Magazine. 

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