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Culinary Traditions Cooking Class Series

Event Date: 
07/29/2011 - 6:00pm - 08/26/2011 - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Dog Mountain Farm
7026 Tolt Highlands Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014
United States
Phone: 425-333-0833

If you want to fill your pantry and refrigerator with basic ingredients to use in your cooking, or are simply curious about learning culinary skills beyond meal preparation, these classes are for you! Bake bread; make jams and jellies; craft cheese and butter; learn the art of fermentation; prepare mustards, herbal vinegars and oils; and learn how to use edible flowers. Ingredients will be hand-picked on Dog Mountain Farm or provided by other local producers, and preparations will be done in the Farm's outdoor kitchen.

$20 per class. Remaining classes in the series include:

Location

Dog Mountain Farm
7026 Tolt Highlands Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014
United States
Phone: 425-333-0833

Cheese Making Workshop

Event Date: 
03/02/2011 - 2:08pm
Event Location: 
Seattle University
901 12th Avenue
seattle, WA 98122
United States
Phone: 425.270.3274 x112

http://www.eosalliance.org/schedule/event/cheese-making-workshop

General Description: Learning to make feta will give you the building blocks for making more difficult cheeses like cheddar, gouda, and brie without requiring any special equipment. Feta is easy enough for beginners to make and complicated enough to be the next step for someone wanting to expand their cheesemaking knowledge. You’ll come away with knowledge of more complicated cheeses, as well as easy recipes for mascarpone, mozzarella and gouda, and a taste of some homemade feta!

Location

Seattle University
901 12th Avenue
seattle, WA 98122
United States
Phone: 425.270.3274 x112

Cheese Making Workshop

Event Date: 
04/07/2011 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220
Seattle, WA
United States

Cheese Making Workshop

General Description: Learning to make feta will give you the building blocks for making more difficult cheeses like cheddar, gouda, and brie without requiring any special equipment. Feta is easy enough for beginners to make and complicated enough to be the next step for someone wanting to expand their cheesemaking knowledge. You’ll come away with knowledge of more complicated cheeses, as well as easy recipes for mascarpone, mozzarella and gouda, and a taste of some homemade feta!

Location

Seattle University
Admin Building Rm 220
Seattle, WA
United States
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