Bakers Journal

Save the date: ‘Farmer-Miller-Baker’ hands-on demo set for April 22 at Calgary’s SAIT

February 14, 2024
By Bakers Journal

Teisha Huff, Fortuna's Row, Calgary

Join the Baking Association of Canada for “Farmer–Miller–Baker,” a day of education, discussion and networking at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary on April 22! This event will feature a presentation on grain and milling by Clint Jensen from Harvest Moon Mills, followed by a hands-on demonstration on baking with fresh-milled flours by Teisha Huff from Fortuna’s Row in Calgary. The afternoon session will kick off with wood-fired pizzas (weather permitting) prepared during the morning demo, followed by a panel discussion on the benefits and challenges of fresh-milled flours, and will conclude with an informal networking session.

This day of learning will take place on April 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the SAIT Main Campus (1301 16 Ave NW, Calgary AB) John Ware Building – Room E212

Presenters will be Clint Jensen, owner of Harvest Moon Mills, and Teisha Huff, pastry chef at Fortuna’s Row.

Tickets for the full day are $25 (includes hands-on milling and baking demo, lunch, panel, and networking). Tickets for the afternoon only are $15 (includes lunch, panel and networking).


Harvest Moon Mills, The Chefs’ Warehouse and SAIT together are sponsoring this exciting day of hands-on learning and networking.

About our presenters

Clint Jensen is co-owner of Harvest Moon Mills. Clint’s family has been farming the Canadian prairies since 1913 in Climax, Sask., growing a variety of high-quality grains and legumes including wheat, durum, barley, peas, mustard and lentils. Harvest Moon Mills uses the traditional process of stone milling.



Teisha Huff is a chef whose culinary beginnings started with nothing but salt, water and flour. From a young age, she was instilled with a belief that food is as much a pleasure to make as it is to serve. This simple idea that took shape while baking bread with her Auntie at home has carried her through a storied career in the prairies as a culinary instructor, professional baker, and now pastry chef at Fortuna’s Row in Calgary.

Teisha draws from her background as a graduate from the Baking and Pastry Arts Program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and 10 years of experience working in both Saskatchewan and Alberta. From doughnuts and ice cream to more expressive creations (have you heard of “Ugly Cornbread”?), her pastries and desserts reflect her two personalities as a chef and a baker. Where she is prone to innovate and challenge herself with new ingredients and techniques, her creations are no less comforting than the sound of crackling bread fresh out of the oven.

Download a PDF flyer about “Farmer-Miller-Baker” to print off or email to friends who may be interested.

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