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December 2019

Norwegian Kransekake!

December 7 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
$35 6 tickets left

Have you always wanted to bake this traditional showstopper of a confection but been too intimidated by the 18 rings, specialty pans, and icing decoration to try? Come learn about the Queen of Scandinavian Cakes - Kransekake/Kransekage/Kransekaka (Norwegian/Danish/Swedish).  In this class, you will learn about the history of the cake and many tips and tricks that will help you learn how to master this beautiful creation. (Spoiler alert - It will still take practice.) You will see examples of how…

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Holiday Treats with Nature’s Sweets

December 14 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
$45 1 ticket left

Speaking of treats - We’re so pleased to welcome back to food guru Beth Dooley! Join Beth and explore making delicious holiday treats using the gifts of nature’s beautiful sweeteners:  maple syrup and honey.  Using recipes from her latest cookbook, Sweet Nature, Beth will guide us through the process of making several delicious savory, and sweet, treats: Maple Black Pepper Biscotti, Savory Sweet Cocktail Nuts, and Very Chocolate Maple Brownies.  Always enthusiastic and entertaining, Beth will share her knowledge and…

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January 2020

Focaccia Bread – A Tour of Italy

January 18, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$50 10 tickets left

Take a tour of Italy through your senses! We will be making focaccia from the north to the south of Italy, both potato focaccia and herb focaccia. Impress your loved ones with your baking skills learned by master baker Ross Safford. Join us for mouth-watering fun during this half-day class! Ross will also be offering a cracker making class in March, so watch for that class and sign up for both! Students to bring: An Apron Our Location: Marine Elementary…

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Garden all year long!

January 25, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
$20 20 tickets left

Growing sprouts or pea shoots is a very old tradition. Did you know that you can grow fresh salad greens year-round in modern homes with no lights, no greenhouse, and little more than a cupboard and a windowsill? Lee Olson will teach you how to grow microgreens in soil and you'll go home with 5 trays (broccoli, buckwheat, peas, radishes and sunflowers) to use in your own meals. You'll learn to grow these easy-to-grow, delicious, healthy salad greens in less…

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March 2020

Lavashe/Crackers from Scratch! Intergenerational Baking

March 7, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
$50 10 tickets left

Make your next gathering even more personal with homemade crackers (lavashe). There are as many ways to make lavashe as there are regions in the world! Lavashe is a thin, soft flatbread popular in Turkey, Iran, and other Middle Eastern countries, is made with flour, water, and salt. It can be served with dips like​ hummus or baba ghanoush and used for wraps and other sandwiches. Learn a few styles in this inspiring class taught by master baker Ross Safford.…

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