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Cooking With BoomerTECH Adventures
with Boomer TECH, Maranacook Adult Education
In this course, BoomerTECHAdventures guides Chris, Jill, and Ed share their love of cooking and enjoyment for lots of different types of foods. You will learn how to prepare several tasty stirfries using traditional Chinese flavorings, make fresh pasta, turn leftover sweetpotato into gnocchi, stir up a great fried rice, and give ramen soup a delicious upgrade. In addition, discover an easy way to make your own pita pockets, flatbreads, and tortillas. Plus, you will see a way to combine the benefits of cooking on cast iron with your love of grilling. We haven’t forgotten dessert! Who can resist a delectable chocolate brownie torte or apple pie?
Begins: Upon Registration
Location: Online - You view class at your convenience! The instructors provide personalized support for the class via email and/or online chat.
Class access available until December 31, 2021
BoomerTECH Adventures helps Boomers and Seniors create, connect, and contribute using today’s technology. These courses are fully asynchronous, online courses that students complete on their own time and at your own speed. Each course is a PDF booklet with information about the class, instructions on using the class, and the content of the class (videos and articles). The instructors provide personalized support for the class via email and/or online chat.
Cooking Matters: Holiday Edition! (Online)
with Healthy Acadia, RSU 24 Adult Education
*This class is now an Online class.*
Learn how to cook healthy food on a budget! This no-cost, 6 session cooking and nutrition class is offered in partnership with Healthy Acadia. The series offers participants an opportunity to learn about easy ways to prepare healthy, family-friendly, delicious meals and stretch food dollars. Participants work together to create a meal each week and sample their recipe. Free take-home ingredients will be provided for all participants. This series is designed to engage community members who are experiencing low income, and who want to gain knowledge and skills to eat healthy food on a limited budget. Participants are requested to commit to all six classes in the series.
* Please note that class is limited to 5 people in order to maintain social distancing. Masks are required to be worn during the class time portion.
with David Scammon, Spruce Mountain Adult Education
This course aims to show you that it is possible to eat delicious, healthy meals even on a tight budget. Each class will include a hands on learning, group discussion and nutrition information.
This class will help you learn the basic fundamentals of cake decorating. It’s not just a buttercream world anymore! Whether you are new to cake decorating or have been decorating for years, this class will help you enhance your skills. Multiple techniques will be introduced and practiced. Students are required to bring their own cakes to decorate for this class. All other materials for decorating will be provided. A materials fee of $10 is due to the instructor at class.
Cooking Vegetarian Indian Food 12.7.21
with Dee Patel, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
Learn to make delicious vegetarian Indian food in this class taught by Dee Patel of Namaste Indian Food. Dee has had a passion for cooking Indian food since she was a teenager living with her grandmother in India, and she loves to share both her own and her grandmother’s recipes. Her menu features a daily special and several of her most popular dishes will be among those you will learn in this class, such as Channa (chickpea) Masala, Pakora and Puri Bread. There will also be a lovely Indian Chai tea! Registration fee includes all ingredients.
Maximizing your time with your INSTAPOT DEC
with Marla Burnell, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
You have an Instant Pot collecting dust under the counter, and it’s time to get a crash course in how to change your life!
Marla will show you how to make several dishes, and will also provide tips, tricks, and resources. Dinner included! Must bring Instapot and ingredients!
with Jessica Johnson, RSU 67 Adult Education
Join us in the FCS Kitchen to learn how to use your Instant Pot to create an entire meal. We will be making BBQ ribs, potatos (or rice) and in season veggies all in the Instant Pot! Participants can bring their own instant pot or use one of ours. Leftovers are yours to take home!