After years of running pastry kitchens in New York City and a bakeshop in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, pastry chef Katie Rosenhouse has opened a new culinary studio and event space called Plum & Honey that will feature baking classes led by Rosenhouse and other top New York chefs.

Rosenhouse, a winner of Food Network’s Sweet Genius, a runner-up on one of the very first episodes of Chopped, and an alum of the International Culinary Center, wanted to open a space where professional and amateur cooks could gather, revel in the art of cooking, and spend time with fellow enthusiasts.

Classes (meant for both adults and children) are intended to not just teach recipes, but techniques that will inspire baking in weekly routines. Featured classes in the upcoming months include a Halloween-themed treats class, Thanksgiving pie workshops, and holiday-inspired baking experiences.

Rosenhouse’s desserts have been featured in Food & Wine magazine, Woman's World magazine, New York magazine, The Daily News, Brides magazine, The Daily Meal, The Village Voice, Edible Manhattan, Serious Eats, and Eater, among other publications. She opened Buttermilk Bakeshop in Park Slope in 2013, and successfully sold it in 2018.