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Online Chinese Cooking with Chris Toy
with Chris Toy, Maranacook Adult Education
Online Cooking with Chris Toy
Join best-selling cookbook author and cooking instructor Chris Toy, as he shows you step by step the secrets to some of his favorite recipes: Five Seasons Wok Roasted Whole Chicken, Wonton Soup, Stir-Fried Hoisin Pork, Egg Rolls and more! Start and finish in your own time! Students will have access to all the videos and Chris’s new cookbook. Get started by viewing all the recipes and online videos. Decide what you’d like to try first, then make a shopping list. Practice, eat, repeat as often as you like.
Upon registration, students will be sent links to access instructional videos as well as Chris’s phone and email information for personalized support.
Registration: $35 Includes a copy of Chris’s new cookbook, a $16.95 value!
Class access available until December 31, 2020
Preserving the Harvest ONLINE Workshops
with Kate McCarty, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
All 45-minute webinars include discussions and demonstrations of research-based preserving methods by UMaine Extension food preservation staff.
9/15 Pressure Canning
9/22 Fermenting Vegetables
10/6 Winter Storage
10/13 Storing Maine Grains and Repackaging Bulk Items
10/20 Pressure Canning Meats
10/27 Preserving Cranberries
TUESDAYS @ 2pm
• ONLY $10 for ALL workshops!
• A ZOOM link will be sent once you have registered.
with Jordan Farrin, Franklin County Adult Education
This class is focused on horsemanship with an emphasis on gaining confidence and understanding with horses. This class can accommodate a beginner who has never been around horses to an experienced horse person who would like to learn new techniques for ground work and the development of communication between horse and handler.
Classes will be outside!
Closed Toed shoes required (boots preferred).
Wear long pants.
Location: Martin Woods Farm, 24 Abijah Hill Rd, Starks, ME
with Paul Brown, Franklin County Adult Education
Bridge can be fun and competitive! Bring a partner or come alone to learn the basics of bridge incuding bidding and play. Come as a beginner or come to refresh your skills. We will learn something new each night and play for fun!
with Del Harris, Franklin County Adult Education
This class is designed for beginners and/or experienced woodworkers. You will have the opportunity to either: 1) bring your own personal project with which you want help, or 2) decide on a new project at 1st class. There are many finishing techniques available for your desired effect of each project. Beginner level class time and eperienced level class time will stagger to accommodate for individual needs, to be decided at the 1st class. You will learn the safe and correct use of various wood working machines and complete a desired project.
Materials project determined (if applicable)
Cooking - Sushi Rolls 10.21.20
with Namdol Kalsang, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
Have you always wanted to learn how to make simple sushi? You will learn to make delicious and beautiful hosomaki (thin roll) futomaki (thick rolls) and inside out rolls. We will work with vinegar, rice, carrots, cucumber, avocado, salmon and crab. You will learn lots of different sushi styles you'll be able to recreate at home. The ingredients fee includes a bamboo sushi rolling mat and seaweed nori for sushi. Bring containers for leftovers and a sharp knife.
Food Preservation - Canning - online
with Vina Lindley, Mid-Coast School of Technology Adult Education
UMaine Extention Service provides this workshop, but, as of 9/1/2020, they are not permitting their instructors to set up training inside a building. We're now shifting the style of instruction to online via Zoom only. This workshop will teach you the steps to safe canning with a water bath canner. Participants will receive an emailed “Preserving the Harvest” food preservation packet, plus the recipe of the day, and will learn recommended methods for preserving foods, the latest and safest recipes, about equipment to insure safety and how to check for properly sealed jars.
Cooking Sourdough Bread 10.22.20
with Bill Babb, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
There is nothing like the aroma of freshly baked sourdough bread unless it is enjoying a slice of freshly baked bread with butter shortly after coming out of the oven! Students will learn how to care for a sourdough starter, how to knead using two different techniques, and how to mix, shape and score the bread for baking. The instructor will demonstrate two ways to bake a loaf, using a cloche or a stone with steam in the oven, followed by a taste testing. Students will then shape, score and bake a loaf of their own in class. They will take home some sourdough culture (bring a 32 ounce container) for bread baking at home. A $5 ingredients fee is payable to the instructor at class.