Backvergnügen! The Fun Food Science Behind German Christmas Cookies
With Sue Queisser, BS, Project Manager in the Center for Sensory & Consumer Behavior Research at Oregon State University
Doors Open @ 5PM | $5 Suggested Donation
More details coming soon!
Sue Queisser manages the Center for Sensory and Consumer Behavior Research at Oregon State University and owns Melarova Baking in Corvallis. At 18 she headed off to art school and got a degree in printmaking with a minor in Italian (drawing on limestone is very unmarketable, by the way) and quickly headed back to school to get a degree in mechanical engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She worked as a process engineer at Hewlett-Packard and loved it — figuring out the best way to make anything is an obsession of hers. After a stint as a stay-at-home mom, she got a food science degree at Oregon State so she could do process with food – her true passion. She worked at several Willamette Valley food companies before starting her own business. Now she is very happy to be back at OSU in the Department of Food Science and Technology running consumer taste test panels.
Dinner will be available in our restaurant, Theory, or from the Empirical Café. Guests can check-in at the theater entrance to reserve a seat before grabbing dinner and drinks. Food and drink are welcome in the theater. Parking is free for the event. Doors open at 5pm