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"Cooking Matters" for Adults
with Matters Cooking, Bonny Eagle Adult Education
Learn about healthy meal prep and sensible shopping on a limited budget. Prepare the meal along with the chef, and then receive a free bag of groceries for you to make one of the recipes at home each week. Graduation certificate, recipe book and other freebies provided upon completion of the program. 6 Weeks Limit: One person per household. Must register with the adult education office at 929-2496.
29 and Dine: One Pot Wonders
with Chris Toy, RSU5 Community Programs
Like tasty food? Not much time to cook? Hate cleaning up? This is the class for you! Join Chris for an evening of one pot (or pan) wonders. Each for the four dinners takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and uses only one pot or pan. We’ll be sure to have options for omnivores, vegetarians, and gluten free diners. Bring containers for leftovers. Food fee included.
Around the World: Appetizers and Tapas
with Chris Toy, RSU5 Community Programs
When Chris travels, he collects recipes from local chefs. Join him for a sampling of appetizers and small plates from Mexico (Avocado Soup), Greece (Chicken with Tzatziki dip), China (Spare Ribs with Black Bean Sauce), and Thailand (Thai Fish Cakes). Your tastebuds will thank you! Bring containers for leftovers. Food fee included.
with Collins Cakes and Bakes, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
Who doesn't love homemade bagels? Learn to make a culinary breakfast staple from scratch! Owners of Collins Cakes & Bakes will guide you through the process of making delicious treats. Call today to sign up.
Choose ONE date: Monday, October 2nd or Wednesday, October 11th
To register and pay on line, click the link below:
with Libby Harville, Maranacook Adult Education
What could be better than biscuits hot from the oven? Come and see how easy it is to make light, flaky biscuits and impress your family!
Please bring: bowl, fork/pastry blender, rubber scraper, measuring cups, baking tray and your favorite spread for biscuits. Ingredients and recipe will be provided.
Instructor: Libby Harville
Tuesday, November, 7, 2017
Time: 6:30-8 pm
Supply fee $2, payable to Instructor
with Gail Cutting, MSAD#44 Continuing Education
In this one-night class you will learn a number of braiding techniques. Gail will bring dough ready to be woven into different classic shapes. Please bring a cookie sheet to class to take your creations home to bake. Registration begins Sept. 6th. $30.00
Bread Making at Home
with Roberta Scott, RSU 24 Adult Education
Learn how to make bread dough, knead, shape and bake traditional loaves of bread and rolls the old fashioned way...by hand and by touch. Roberta Scott has been making her own bread for decades and local potluck attendees recognize and devour her homemade rolls! Students will leave with enough dough for 3 loaves of bread or rolls to bake at home--so plan on going home after class to bake your bread. Please bring loaf pans and/or baking pans.
This class will be at the instructor's home in East Sullivan: 33 Grange Hall Road, Sullivan. The road intersects Route 1 at Tracy's Seafood Takeout. The house faces the water. Students should park on the road and should not block the mailbox.
Buche de Noel
with Abby Snell, Bonny Eagle Adult Education
Join Snell Farm’s resident baker and kitchen coordinator in creating delicious, seasonal, baked goods and other treats using ingredients right from the farm. Make a Bûche de Noël, a classic, French cake to celebrate the holidays. This is a jellyroll cake decorated to look like a Yule log and is a great project to do with kids. Bring an apron, a notepad and a camera to take pictures! Abby W Snell is a resident of Hollis and alumni of the culinary program at SMCC with over a decade of cooking and baking experience in the Portland area.
***Class Moved to BEHS in Room 102
Materials Fee: $8 payable to instructor night of class