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Cookie Decorating w/ Baked by Cam
with Casey Marsh, Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education
Come learn how to decorate sugar cookies with me! Because of the demand and popularity of the decorated sugar cookies I have decided to teach a beginners class on how to decorate. I will provide 6 cookies and royal icing for decorating. Each month will have a different theme that I have preplanned. (September-fall, October- Halloween, November-Thanksgiving, December- Christmas) This is a beginners class so everyone is welcome! Check out my website at bakedbycam.com
Instructor: Casey Marsh - Casey fell in love with baking years ago while baking annual Christmas cookies with her mother and grandmother. She has always been a creative and artistic person (who also LOVES to feed people) so it only made sense that she start a business doing just that! She is a fully licensed home baker. She completed the baking and pastry associates program at York County Community College, but the majority of her skills are self taught.
Cooking Sourdough Bread 12.11.23
with Bill Babb, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
Easy Asian Holiday Appetizers & Desserts
with Chris Toy, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
Join Chris Toy, author of 6 popular cookbooks, for an evening of easy and tasty Asian appetizers. We’ll make and sample three appetizers and two desserts from his books. Those in the know bring containers for possible leftovers! Signed cookbooks will be available! (Food fee included in course fee.)
Garden Yield: Food Preservation: Bread
with Alisha Targonski, Augusta Adult and Community Education
Summertime brings a bounty of food from our gardens, but there's not always enough time to enjoy them fresh. Join Cooperative Extension in hands-on workshops that will introduce pickling, hot-water bath canning, jam making, and baking with vegetables, all great ways to preserve the harvest. Portions of the workshop will also bring us into the AACE Community Garden at Buker Community Center in the fall to plant, investing in next year's harvest.
This class' fees will cover the costs associated with the Workshop Participation.
December 12th, 2023
10:30-12 noon - Adults
2:45-4P - Youth
Alisha is a 4-H Professional in Kennebec County with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Not a gardener naturally, she is learning and taking joy in growing things in her garden. She is a believer that food, growing and sharing food, is a great way to connect and strengthen the community.
Holiday Candy & Other Delights
with Jessica Steele, RSU #3 Adult & Community Education
Let’s get together for a three-hour class to go over some of my favorite holiday treats. We will go over how to make homemade chocolate, turtles, peanut butter cups, peppermint patties, chocolate covered pretzels, coconut clusters, salted caramels, candy nuts, caramel corn, and maybe even maple fudge. Course fee will cover all material and instruction.
Asian Holiday Appetizers
with Chris Toy, Central Lincoln County Adult Education
If you have company coming for the holidays, or you need something to take for a potluck, this class is for you! Participants will enjoy a pre-holiday party with Chef Toy as you work together to prepare crispy fried wontons and homemade duck sauce, mini egg rolls, teriyaki party wings, and cold spicy sesame noodles. Yum!
Chris Toy is a Stonewall Kitchen Cooking Instructor with a lifelong interest in cooking with an Asian-Downeast fusion flavor.
Bûche de Noël (Yule Log)
with Steven Watts, Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education
Learn to make this French traditional dessert for Christmas, solstice, or New Years Eve. Make your own chocolate sponge roll and the chocolate mousse to fill it. Shape it like a log, learn how to decorate it for the holidays and bring it home to share with loved ones. Materials fee of $30.00 is due by cash or check, payable to the instructor, at the start of class.
Entertaining with Maine Ingredients: Bountiful Boards
with Maine Tasting Center, Merrymeeting Community & Adult Education
A beautifully arranged charcuterie and cheese board is a sure way to impress, whether you're entertaining at home or contributing to a pot luck. The best way to improve upon this classic appetizer is to fill your board with locally-sourced cheeses, meats and accoutrements. In this class, students will be introduced to a wide variety of Maine producers; sample their products and learn how to incorporate them into your next charcuterie board. Attendees will also explore the fundamentals of arranging a beautiful charcuterie board - from cutting techniques for meats and cheeses to selecting and arranging eye-catching garnishes. This class will offer plenty of opportunity to taste products and practice various cutting and arranging techniques. All materials and product lists/recipes will be provided. This class is taught by Ana-Maria Bell, Maine Tasting Center.