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DIY Holidays: Gingerbread House Workshop

$45.00

Each ticket is good for one adult and up to 2 children.

Bring a little old-school fun to your holiday this year by decorating a gingerbread house, complete with gumdrops and candy canes.  Local instructor extraordinaire, Michele Simons will show you tricks and secrets for making the edible palace of your dreams, and then it'll be time to have some fun and get creative! Dress to get messy.

Duck, Duck Mousse

$75.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in dinner served with wine and beer.

Imagine setting your holiday table with a platter of homemade mousse and rillettes. Peter Tempkin is here to teach you to do just that! In this hands-on class, he will cover the elements of the craft of the charcutier, a trade that has been around for centuries, and will apply classic charcuterie techniques to a variety of applications.
 

MENU (served with a salad of winter greens, local bread, and seasonal fruit)

Cookies from Around the World

$65.00

A hands-on cooking class; a light, vegetarian dinner will be served while our sweet treats bake.

Join Jen Nurse for a hands-on baking course featuring cookies from around the world.  We’ll learn a new twist on Mexican wedding cookies, discover the addictive crunch of Italian Krumiri and the ginger-scented joys of Swedish pepparkakor, and make arguably the most chocolatey creation of all: Pierre Hermé’s World Peace cookies. Bring a to-go container and depart with a head start to your holiday baking!

Burrata by Hand

$65.00

A hands-on cheesemaking course; each participant leaves with his/her freshly made cheese. Includes a cheese tasting of top burrata alongside an array of snacks.

The most exciting cheese on the cheese board needs little explanation: burrata is fresh mozzarella filled with luscious cream and more cheese. You get to make your own in one short night. And eat it too!

Canning Intensive: Preserving Autumn

$95.00

A combination of hands-on cooking and demonstration. Participants will take home a copy of Shakirah's preserving guide and jars of all in-class concoctions.

Learn to preserve with Shakirah Simley, founder of Slow Jams and Bi-Rite Market's Canner-In-Residence. In this course, we'll warm up with fall spices and start preserves that will be ready just in time for the Thanksgving table! Come learn about the diversity of the Pome family, and get crackin' on your holiday pantry:

Peruvian Street Food

$65.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in dinner served with wine and beer.

Since the time of the Spanish Viceroyalty in the 1600’s, vendors have been preparing and selling food all over the streets of Lima. The wide range of unique roadside offerings -- colorful fruit drinks, fire-grilled smoky kebobs, creamy salads, savory meat sandwiches, and sweet delicacies -- represent the cultural diversity present in Peru.

Intro to Fermentation

$45.00

The art of fermentation preserves and enhances foods and flavors of the season. Learn to create ferments that deliciously support health, gently cleansing and nourishing you and supporting your body. 

In introductory class, you will become familiar with the basic techniques that will help you transform produce into nutritious, probiotic foods, with a focus on seasonality and letting nothing go to waste. We will make use of local produce to preserve lemons, create sauerkraut, and make fermented salsa and pesto.
 

Intro to Pickling

$65.00

Learn to preserve local, seasonal vegetables! The singular Shakirah Simley will cover the process, ingredients, technique and science of pickling. Every student will leave with jars of in-house concoctions. This course is equally suitable for the novice pickler or the more experienced. Hearty snacks, wine, and beer will be served.  

This class is a mix of hands-on and demonstration.

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Cultured/Lacto-Fermented Pickles

Fresh-Pack/Quick Process Pickles

Refrigerator Pickle

Chutney/Relish

 

 

Making Miso

$65.00

Mariko is the founder of Aedan, a local company making traditional Japanese fermented foods; she joined the La Cocina food incubator program in 2012, and now sells at the Ferry Plaza farmers’ market.

Join Mariko for this course on the basics of making miso. You will leave with your very own 2-pounds of handcrafted miso, which will be fully mature after six months of aging at home. Miso soup with local vegetables and rice balls, beer, and wine will be served.

 

 

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