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  • Breakfast and Brunch

    For that special family weekend brunch or as a great alternative to evening entertaining...try a spectacular brunch!  We'll provide all those tips and techniques for a perfect meal from cheese souffle using ham, strata (crunchy bread cubes in a cheesy casserole), frittata (that "opened faced" omelet), an exceedingly simple puffy pancake traditionally served with lemon and confectioner's sugar.  And yes, real men do eat quiche - it is easy!  Enjoy those accompaniments of unique breads and beverage ideas too.$11 food fee due to instructor at class
  • Cake Boss

    Have you ever wondered what fondant is?  Would you like to learn how to decorate amazing cakes with this versatile rollable "frosting"?  Come and join this hands on class where you will learn how to cover a cake with fondant and then decorate it however you wish.  Watch out Cake Boss!!$10 supply cost due to instructor at class
  • Cooking Together

    This fun class brings parents or any significant adult together with a child to have fun together in the kitchen.  Maybe you have children who love to cook?  Have you wanted to teach them but feel overwhelmed?  Why not join us (in someone else's kitchen!) and see how preparing food together can be an exciting and tasty activity!  In this class, you will prepare two dishes to take home:  one sweet and one savory.  Maybe you will discover you have the next Food Network star in your home! $20 supply fee due to instructor at class.Adult must attend class with Child.  (Child must be 1st grade or older)
  • Indian Feast

    Come out for a date night and learn how to prepare an Indian Feast!  In this class we will cook Indian food and then sit down and enjoy the feast we have created.  A meal out with some learning along the way!Note:  There will be a $20/couple supply fee collected at class.
  • Scones

    Traditionally Scottish (but now famous worldwide), scones are a delectable quick bread that comes in assorted shapes-round, triangular or square.  We'll enjoy a variety of easy recipes highlighting dried fruits such as cherries, cranberries, or blueberries.  Look for a delectable assortment of recipes to include: Lemon Cream Scones and the traditional Currant Scone too.  Scones are best served warm from the oven with wonderful lemon curd and traditional Devonshire cream or whipped cream tea.  We will male a White Chocolate Spread in class.  Or serve them with butter, flavored cream cheese, honey or jam for breakfast.  Plus scones can be frozen or reheated!  Plan to take home an assortment.  $11 Food Fee due to instructor at class.
  • Traditional Southern Cooking - A Dinner

    Beginning in the 1690's, food in the U.S. deep south was heavily influenced by early settlers from France, Germany, and Spain.  Slaves from Senegal, Africa, then Cuban refugees and Cajuns from Nova Scotia, Canada also contributed to the medley of flavors using the wealth of local seafood, vegetables, poultry, livestock and of course pecans.  Join us in creating memorable meal to include: Crab Dip, traditional Cheese Straws, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Red Beans and Rice, Buttermilk Biscuits, Cheese Grits, Pecan Praline candy and traditional Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce.  And we may add a few more recipes!$15 Food Fee due to instructor at class