This election day we will be cooking up some classic "American" eats. While school is closed for polling, your kids can meet at the Teaching Table to talk about what it means to be American: our freedoms, our responsibility to vote, and the foods that have bubbled in our melting pots for over 200 years. See more and the entirely vegetarian menu here.
In this Summer Cooking Workshop, foodies ages 7-11 will explore a rainbow of seasonal and locally available whole produce. They will design and prepare their own menu featuring dishes with different colors of the rainbow. They will apply various preparations including hot, cold, sweet and savory.
Summer in New England sparked my appreciation for local seasonal cuisine. In this class, you will recreate those summer favorites that are quintessentially New England. You'll learn how to properly cook and shell a lobster among other culinary techniques. We'll make it all from scratch.
You will learn the basics, starting with choosing the right tools and properly holding a knife. In this class, practice at least 15 basic cuts, including how to dice, slice, mince, chiffonade, julienne, and zest. With your newly honed techniques, you will become more efficient and consistent, and you will reduce waste and keep yourself safe!
School is closed for Lunar New Year on Tuesday February 5th. Bring on the good luck and prosperity — join us for a Kids Cooking Workshop and make your own shrimp shumai, vegetable dumplings, noodle soup with bok choy, love letter cookies and more. SORRY - SOLD OUT! Please check out our Handmade Pasta workshop on February 19th
In this class, you will add to your repertoire of gluten free, dairy free and vegan dessert options. We will expose you to recipe formulas for classically gluten free and vegan desserts, that you can adapt to a variety of seasonal produce and flavor profiles. You will learn techniques for binding without eggs, gelling without gelatin, whipping cream from cashews, and replacing dairy with plant-based substitutes.