Wed. June 27 (6-8pm) : Tofu 101. Perhaps vegetarian cuisine's most maligned ingredient, tofu is a humble powerhouse that, when used well, can bring your cooking to a whole new level. Alex will demonstrate the process of making fresh tofu from scratch starting with whole organic soybeans, share ideas and recipes for tofu in all sorts of applications, and walk you through the creation of a traditional Japanese tofu entree. Includes light meal. Instructor: Alex Pine. $25. Register here!
Wed. July 11 (5-8pm): Journey to Thailand. Offered again due to popular demand! Chef Stacey will share her recent culinary adventures in vegan Thai cuisine and teach you how to make some of these exotic dishes. Learn about Thai culture and a sampling of the vibrant, colorful healthy foods that can be easily incorporated into your culinary repertoire. Includes full meal. Instructor: Stacey Hamblett. $65. Register here!
Sat., July 21 (10am-2pm): Food in Jars Workshop with Marisa McClellan. Join us for a hands-on foray into the wonderful world of food in jars - pickles, chutneys, jams, and more! Marisa McClellan, Philadelphia-based author and blogger behind Food in Jars, will share samples of her many culinary creations, and lead you through four different recipes, using both lacto-fermentation and water bath canning techniques, highlighting seasonal fruits and veggies. You will bring home a jar of each one! Feel free to bring a light dish to share for the after-hour lunch potluck at 2pm. Marisa will also be selling and signing copies of her three cookbooks. Includes snacks. Instructor: Marisa McClellan. $70. Register here!
Wed. July 25 (5-8pm): Garden to Table Supper. Before there was farm-to-table fine dining, there was eat-what's-growing-in-your-garden (or your neighbor's). This class will highlight the best mid-summer vegetables in a colorful and sumptuous feast, outdoors if possible. You'll go home with lots of new recipes and tips & tricks for working with large quantities of cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and more. (If you have your own garden and are feeling particularly challenged by how to make good use of a particular vegetable, let us know at least a week in advance and we will make sure to include tips and recipes for it in our menu!) Instructor: Flora Brown. $65. Register here!
Sat. Aug. 4 (5-8pm): Couples/Date Night. Spend the evening with your sweetie making a beautiful dinner that nourishes your heart and soul. Mingle with the other couples in the kitchen but then retire to your own personal candlelit table. We will concoct a lovely non-alcoholic drink together but feel free to bring your own beer or wine. Includes full meal. Instructor: Flora Brown $120/couple. FULL - please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.
Wed. Aug. 15 (5-8pm): Mexican Masa Fiesta. Join Lynne Rowe and Alex Pine of Tortilleria Pachanga, Maine's organic corn tortilla company, to explore masa, a corn dough that is used for making tortillas, pupusas, tamales, and many other Latin American dishes. Add some fresh salsas, roasted corn on the cob, and a few other culinary surprises for a colorful feast! Instructors: Lynne Rowe and Alex Pine. $65. Register here!
Wed. Aug. 29 (5-8pm): Non-Dairy Cheese. Giving up dairy cheese can feel impossible, but with a little magic in the kitchen, you will be creating your own sliceable, meltable cheeses, spreads and dips, party platters and desserts in no time. This is one our most popular classes because, well, cheese! Includes snacks/light meal. Instructor: Flora Brown. $65. Register here!
Stay tuned for our Fall 2018 Schedule!
- Each class requires a minimum of 4 participants to run. If we do not reach that minimum by 48 hours of the scheduled class, we will notify you that the class is cancelled and issue you a refund.
- Your full payment reserves your spot in a class. If a class is filled, we will place you on the waiting list and notify you if a spot becomes available.
- Cancellation/Refund Policy: Your payment is refundable, or transferable to another class, with at least 48 hours notice. We are not able to issue refunds for cancellations with less than 48 hours notice but may be able to offer you a spot in an upcoming class provided there is room, at our discretion.
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