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  • Beginning Cake Decorating

    It's fun ... it's easy ... be surprised what you can do with a little bit of frosting. Save money by baking and decorating your own cakes, cookies and desserts. Design borders, leaves, drop flowers, clowns and printing/writing. The crowning moment ... a cake you decorated with roses and basket weave! Fee of $25 payable to instructor for reusable decorating kit and supplies. Demonstration, hands-on and tasting.
  • Czech Kolaches

    Learn how to make kolaches, a national pastry of Czechoslovakia. This egg-rich slightly sweet yeast dough arrived in the Midwest as early as the 1860's. It is traditionally filled with fruit mixtures including apricots, prunes, cottage cheese or poppy seeds. They are round, square "tied packages" or filled turnovers. Take home an assortment of more than two dozen to eat, share or freeze. Bring large containers. Receive recipes, tips and techniques. Hands-on.
  • Homemade Egg Rolls and Samosas

    Restaurant-quality egg rolls and samosas can be made right in your own kitchen. These appetizers are jammed with flavors from around the world and can be a quick way to incorporate leftovers into something new and fun to eat. Make a variety of egg rolls, samosas and dipping sauces in class. Demonstration, hands-on and tasting.
  • Magnificent Muffins and Popovers

    Whether for a weekend breakfast, brunch, tea time, to accompany a salad/soup or for another occasion, hot-from-your-oven breads are wonderful. Muffins (and their larger-sized quick breads) may be sweet or savory. Adjust the baking time for muffins to less than one hour for quick breads and a single recipe yields both! Popovers are perfect — serve alone or insert your favorite filling to create a special meal. Receive recipes and take home tips and techniques to ensure success every time. And of course, expect to learn all the valuable tips to ensure success every time! Demonstration and hands-on.
  • Simple Ethiopian/Eritrean Recipes

    Explore favorite recipes of foodies all over the world. Ethiopian food is light, healthy and flavorful ranging from very spicy to very mild. It can be addictive both in cooking it as much as eating it. Discover exotic spices and ways to easily pair them with your daily ingredients such as vegetables, beans, lentils and flax seed. For the non vegetarians, use different types of meat sauteed with flavored butter and healthy oils. Every step of the way is educational, informative and a dream-like trip into the food culture of historic countries. Demonstration and hands-on.
  • Sushi

    Create both traditional rolled sushi (maki-zushi) and American California sushi. Start with seasoned sushi rice and add your choice of ingredients including cooked chicken, shrimp, smoked salmon, crab, mushrooms, eggs, carrots, avocado, spinach, ginger and more! No raw fish is used. Discover where to shop and how to select brands. Prepare ingredients, assemble the rolls and learn presentation tips. Bring container to class for leftovers. Fee includes all ingredients. Additional time may be required for cleanup. Hands-on and tasting.