Cooking Classes

Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ Continuing Education Department offers a variety of cooking classes. Most classes take place at the college’s West Davenport Center, 2950 N. Fairmount St. Cost for the hands-on classes is $19. Take a virtual tour of the West Davenport Center to see the cooking lab. Below is a list of the upcoming cooking classes available.

March

Parent/Child Easter Cookie

There’s no better version of an Easter Egg than one in cookie form. We’ll be baking up some Easter shapes and decorating them. We’ll also decorate bunny face cookies on sticks that will make for some silly photos. For this class, we will bring along Royal icing transfers, sprinkles, and edible glitter to make the cookies even more fun to decorate. It’s going to be a blast! Remember to bring a cookie sheet to transport your wet cookies.

Saturday, March 28
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
#151501

Pies/Pie Crust

Pie Crust - How to make, keep and freeze. Then we’ll make a pie. Hmmm...

Monday, March 30
6 - 9 p.m.
#151562

Vietnamese Cooking

Ever wonder what Pho was?

Tuesday, March 31
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
#151495

 

April

Crepes

Fun to do in the Spring: Chicken & Spinach, Ham & Asparagus and Strawberry Dessert Crepes.

Wednesday, April 1
6 – 9 p.m.
#151324

Individual Meatloaf Dinner

We are going to make individual meatloaves, made your way! We will have several different ingredients for you to choose from to put in your personal meatloaf. Beer Dip for our appetizer, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, vegetable and Mom’s Apple crisp.

Thursday,  April 2
6 - 9 p.m.
#151482

Cheesecakes

Make cheesecakes from scratch; plain, chocolate, lemon and cherry. This hands-on training will give you experience in blending the ingredients and how to decorate, garnish and top cheesecakes that look fabulous.

Monday, April 6
6 - 9 p.m.
#151565

Texicali Rose

Basic Tex/Mex cooking.

Tuesday, April 7
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
#151492

Canning 101

Have you ever wanted to learn how to can? We will go into the do’s and don’ts of canning so you can preserve nutritious, local food safely. We will discuss boiling water baths, pressure canning, jars, lids and all sorts of equipment. Bring your questions .... and who knows, you may take something special home with you!

Wednesday, April 8
6 - 9 p.m.
#151499

Spring Menu
Using the seasonal ingredients that are fresh and available now.

Thursday,  April 9
1 - 4 p.m.
#151488

Simply Chinese

Want to cook Chinese food, but don’t know where to get the right ingredients? Or the cooking method sounds too complicated? See how easy fixing your favorite Chinese dishes can be. After this class, cooking Chinese basic fried rice, Stir fried vegetables and KungPao chicken will be a breeze.

Thursday,  April 9
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
151494

Meatballs Galore

Meatballs are a very versatile menu item that can be prepared in many ways with a variety of sauces.

Monday, April 13
6 - 9 p.m.
#151568

Farmer's/Ethnic Markets Chicago

A whirl wind tour with lots of stops. The Farmer’s Market and some ethnic markets. As always; a stop at Trader Joe’s to stock up on some goodies. Wear your walking shoes, and bring a cell phone and a cooler. Cost: $79

Tuesday, April 14
7:00AM - 8:30PM
#151348
Kimberly Center-Alternative Ed

Gluten-Free Baking Secrets

Secrets to successful GF baking. Make an easy muffin mix for when you want muffins in a hurry and a flour blend for quick cooking of all kinds. I will walk you through tried and true techniques of GF baking and we will make cappuccino chocolate chip muffins, banana bread and savory crackers plus old fashioned Southern biscuits that will make your mouth water. Top it off with a decadent carrot cake and a cup of hot coffee and you’ll leave with everything you need to know for successful GF baking.

Tuesday, April 14
6 - 9 p.m.
#151374

Chickens in your Backyard

Ever want really fresh eggs? We will discuss raising chickens in your backyard. Learn about different breeds, where and how to buy chicks, different types of coops and egg safety. Wear your garden clothes as we will be handling chicks and mature hens. We will also be going over city ordinances about raising hens.

Wednesday, April 15
6 - 9 p.m.
#151281

Ole What's Paella?

You’ll find out & make it.

Wednesday, April 15
6 - 9 p.m.
#151579

Smoked Turkey Breast Dinner

Learn how to brine and then smoke a turkey breast. This is the juiciest turkey we have ever eaten. We will also prepare party potatoes, fresh green beans and apple dumplings for dessert.

Thursday,  April 16
6 - 9 p.m.
#151481

Thai Dinner

A Favorite Thai Dinner: Shrimp with a Peanut sauce and a cucumber salad.

Monday, April 20
6 - 9 p.m.
#151569

Mystically Moroccan

Learn how easy it is to make dishes from Morocco and the Middle East.

Tuesday, April 21
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
#151490

Fruit Jams

All new fruit jam recipes to add to your Spring and Summer bounty.

Wednesday, April 22
6 - 9 p.m.
#151368

Knoyour Knife

Mince, dice, chop and Julienne. Fillet a fish and more. Bring your favorite knives to class.

Thursday,  April 23
1 - 4 p.m.
#151487

You can Tuscan

Cuisine of Tuscanny.

Thursday,  April 23
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
#151493

Homemade Ravioli

Prepare ravioli with meat and vegetable fillings.

Monday, April 27
6 - 9 p.m.
#151480

Sushi Lovers/ Your Japanese Kitchen

Your Japanese Kitchen Sushi Lovers Let’s make Sushi! We will be making Sushi seasoning, Sushi rice and cooked rice with sugar and sesame. I’ll demonstrate sushi bowls and some rolls with fish and vegetables. You will experience a Japanese sushi tour. Please bring a bottle for sushi vinegar and containers for your leftovers.

Tuesday, April 28
6 - 9 p.m.
#149254

Garnishes...

The French say we eat with our eyes. Learn to jazz up your food with eye catching details. Garnish with sugared fruit or edible flowers, make lemon and lime butterflies, candied citrus peel, carrot curls, zucchini flowers, chocolate shapes and caramel roses and see how each of them can add appeal to everyday or holiday meals.

Wednesday, April 29
6 - 9 p.m.
#151361

Beer Can Chicken in the Grill

Learn how to season the chicken and the beer, tortellini salad and awesome brownies! And a delicious corn dip appetizer.

Thursday,  April 30
6 - 9 p.m.
#151577

 

May

SHH, It's a Secret

This class will explore the ingredients of dishes from nationally known restaurants and the secrets of top chefs.

Monday, May 4
6 - 9 p.m.
#153723

Breakfast in Paris

Experience what a French breakfast in a small café might be like. We will be making butter, almond, and chocolate croissants as well as Café au Lait.

Tuesday, May 5
6 - 9 p.m.
#153113

Hungarian Classic Comfort Food

Chicken Paprikas-Potato Paprikas: A classic peasant dish, Potato Paprikas is a hearty dish made with very inexpensive ingredients (potatoes, onions, and paprika). It’s a crowd-pleaser and a nice variation from mashed potatoes. Nokedli with Hungarian Tomato Soup: You’ve never had tomato soup like this! Learn my family’s tangy and rich tomato soup recipe served with tiny dumplings called Nokedl. Lángos: Hungarian Fried Bread. Need I say more?

Wednesday, May 6
6 - 9 p.m.
#153162

Mother's Day Cookie Bouquet

Your Mom deserves something special this year. Create an awesome cookie bouquet with the help of the girls from 2 Mamas Baking. Bring a large mug or small pot/planter (no larger than 4 - 6 in diameter). You’ll be able to design your cookies to coordinate with your container and we’ll finish the bouquet off with a plaque cookie personalized for the recipient. Mother’s Day = Done! Don’t forget to bring a container for your bouquet (and a cookie sheet to transport wet cookies, just in case).

Thursday, May 7
6 - 9 p.m.
#151500

Grilled Chicken Breast/Dinner

Learn the easiest way to grill marinated chicken breasts; including vegetables and dip, brown rice and steamed broccoli. This is a very simple, nutritious meal. We will also make a low cal Angel Food trifle dessert.

Monday, May 11
6 - 9 p.m.
#153722

Great Grains!

Grains are an essential element in a healthy diet, and eating high-fiber whole grains may help reduce your risk of heart disease, ward off diabetes, and control cholesterol. In this class we will experiment with several grains including Barley, Bulgur, Farro, Quinoa, and Wheat Berries. Please bring some containers for your leftovers.

Monday, May 11
6 - 9 p.m.
#153112
Pleasant Valley High School

Scone, Quick Breads/Spreads

Sensational Scones, Quick Breads, and Spreads: Learn the basic techniques for preparing wedge scones and quick breads. We will also be preparing some easy freezer jams and spreads to go with our fabulous baked goods. Please bringsome containers for your leftovers.

Tuesday, May 12
6 - 9 p.m.
#153111

Ethnic & Gourmet Destinations/Chicago

Have a day of culinary adventure in Chicago with Stephanie. Wear your walking shoes and bring your cell phone and a cooler with ice for your perishable purchases. Cost: $79

Wednesday, May 13
7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
#153074
Kimberly Center-Alternative

Power-Woking

Learn to use this versatile Chinese cooking pan and make fun Oriental dishes.

Wednesday, May 13
6 - 9 p.m.
#153672

Passport to Flavor

Take a world tour without leaving your kitchen. Hop on this Epicurean adventure of the globe!

Thursday, May 14
6 - 9 p.m.
#153155

Mexican Made Easy

Learn how to make flour and corn tortillas. Then the fun begins… With our freshly made tortillas, we will learn how to make authentic Baja fish tacos and Ancho chile beef enchiladas. Bring a cast iron skillet if you have one.

Monday, May 18
6 - 9 p.m.
#153134

Vegan Entrees

Have you considered the health benefits of a Plant-Based Diet? We will be experimenting with severa different combinations of food, including beans and legumes, vegetables, and alternate sources of protein such as Quinoa and Tofu. We will make Lentil Stuffed Mushrooms, Quinoa Stuffed Peppers, Hummus Veggie pizza and Vegan Alfredo sauce. Please bring some containers for your leftovers.

Tuesday, May 19
6 - 9 p.m.
#153110

Smoked Turkey Breast Dinner

Learn how to brine and then smoke a turkey breast. This is the juiciest turkey we have ever eaten. We will also prepare party potatoes, fresh green beans and apple dumplings for dessert.

Wednesday, May 20
6 - 9 p.m.
#153170

Eggsperience

The versatile egg. Learn to make Challah (a European egg bread) to use to make decadent French toast. Master the skill of poaching eggs and make a rich Eggs Benedict, Quiche and round out your egg mastery with an easy Pavlova (meringue dessert from Australia).

Thursday, May 21
6 - 9 p.m.
#153161

OPAH! A Greel Festival

In this fun class, you will learn how to make mini Baklava, Spanikopita (spinach pie), Triopitas (cheese triangles), flatbread, and Keftedes (Greek meatballs).

Tuesday, May 26
6 - 9 p.m.
#153109

The Best Burgers You Will Ever Eat

From Sliders, to thick juicy gourmet burgers, you will learn there is more to a hamburger than just a beef patty and some ketchup and mustard. Featured in this class will be Thyme scented sliders, Chipotle Pork cheeseburgers, and Hawaiian inspired teriyaki burgers.

Wednesday, May 27
6 - 9 p.m.
#153128

Entertaining Made Easy

Gone are the days of breaking the bank on a party. Prepare picture-perfect meat and cheese trays, vibrant vegetable crudités platters, dips galore, and other fun hors d’oeuvres for your next soirée.

Thursday, May 28
6 - 9 p.m.
#153152

 

June

Pizza on the Grill

With this easy flatbread recipe, you’ll never order out again! These pizzas are ideal on the grill, but can easily be made in your oven as well. We’ll show you how to make these delicious pizzas at home for a fraction of the cost of take out.

Monday, June 1
6 - 9 p.m.
#153130

Tent Sale/Woodbridge, IL

A popular event for cake decorators and crafters. This year’s Wilton Tent Sale offers amazing deals on a wide selection of Wilton Cake decorating and baking supplies as well as kitchen and paper craft products from Copco, EK Success Brands and K & Company. Next stop - Wilton Retail Store and School. Next stop Lunch! Then onto IKEA, The Container Store and Whole Foods! Grab something to much on the eay home. Bring your cell phone and a cooler with Ice for perishable purchases.

Tuesday, June 2
7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
#156840
Kimberly Center-Alternative Ed

Matcha Green Tea Lovers

Matcha is a fine-ground, powdered, high quality green tea. The tea is used in the Japanese Tea ceremony. In this class, we will make several foods, desserts and beverages with tea. At the end of this class, you will have a Japanese tea delicacy box filled with Japanese food. If you have your own tea bowl and a tea whisk, please bring them to class. This is not required to attend the class.

Tuesday, June 2
6 - 9 p.m.
#155572

Orient Express

Take a fast, nutritious and tasty route to terrific Chinese cuisine.

Wednesday, June 3
6 - 9 p.m.
#153668

Progressive Dinner

A fun way to entertain and share hosting. Join the fun from appetizers, soup, salad, entrée to dessert.

Thursday, June 4
6 - 9 p.m.
#153721

BBQ Ribs

A flavorful, smoky homemade BBQ sauce highlights these delicious BBQ Ribs.

Monday, June 8
6 - 9 p.m.
#153129

Summers in Tuscany/Italian Cooking

You read the book. You saw the movie. Now come and learn how to make some Tuscan dishes.

Tuesday, June 9
6 - 9 p.m.
#153673

Sunday Brunch

Host a care-free Sunday brunch to impress! Learn to make some essential brunch fare including the perfect Mimosa, a fancy quiche, as well as some other fun and flavorful selections!

Wednesday, June 10
6 - 9 p.m.
#153146

Pasta

Never buy dried pasta again. This fresh pasta class will teach you the basics of making pasta, and then will offer up different uses, including Ravioli and Fettuccini.
 
Thursday, June 11
6 - 9 p.m.
#153139

Steak Night

Learn the secrets the restaurants don’t want you to know. This class is all about the beef. Rounding off this amazing meal will be steakhouse favorites such as hash brown casserole and grilled vegetables.

Monday, June 15
6 - 9 p.m.
#153127

South & West Chicago Culinary Tour

Join Stephanie for a culinary tour of the South and West Sides of Chicago. Wear your walking shoes and bring your cell phone and a cooler with ice for your perishable purchases. Cost: $79

Tuesday, June 16
7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
#153073
Kimberly Center-Alternative

Italy Awaits

Let Chef John be your guide as you make some of your old and new favorite Italian recipes.

Tuesday, June 16
6 - 9 p.m.
#153674

Summer Spaghetti Dinner

We will make homemade Italian salad, Bruschetta, Summer Spaghetti in the microwave and learn the secret to a moist and easy iced cake.
 
Wednesday, June 17
6 - 9 p.m.
#153171

Fresh, Fun Healthy Salad

Learn to create a variety of salads and dressings to inspire freshness on your table!

Thursday, June 18
6 - 9 p.m.
#153157

Quick Breads

In this class we are going to take your all-time favorites such as Banana bread, and kick them up a notch. Cheesecake stuffed banana bread, Lemon Zucchini bread, and Apple Snackin’ bread will be featured.

Monday, June 22
6 - 9 p.m.
#153126

If You Knew Sushi is Back Again

Have fun making sushi; we promise that by the end of the class you will be rocking and rolling.

Tuesday, June 23
6 - 9 p.m.
#153675

Breakfast for Dinner

Everyone loves breakfast for dinner, but this class will teach you to take it to another level. Simple yet delicious kicked up French toast with fresh fruit compote and homemade breakfast sausage will be highlighted in this class.

Wednesday, June 24
6 - 9 p.m.
#153141

Middle Eastern Mezze and More

Homemade Hummus: Gone are the days of hosting a party and opening up a tub of that store-bought stuff! Learn how to make your own rich, creamy Hummus from scratch - You’ll never go back to the tub! Shakshuka (Tunisian Eggs): And you thought you knew every way to make an egg. A Middle Eastern delicacy, Shakshuka is a classic breakfast dish made with a bold tomato sauce with eggs delicately cooked inside. Revamp your next brunch with this unique dish! Roasted Eggplant with T’hina: Eggplants are a staple in Middle Eastern kitchens. Prepare a simple, yet sophisticated side dish (or vegetarian entree) using a few simple ingredients. Israeli Chopped Salad: Cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions come together in a crisp, refreshing salad!!!

Thursday, June 25
6 - 9 p.m.
#153163

Not Your Mama's Grilled Cheese

Who doesn’t love an ooey, gooey grilled cheese? Featured in this class will be the French classics, Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame, and an adult grilled cheese that’s sure to become a family favorite. Bring a cast iron skillet if you have one.

Monday, June 29
6 - 9 p.m.
#153125

Gluten-Free Chinese

If you are avoiding Chinese restaurants because you are avoiding gluten, then this is the class for you. Come make Orange Beef and Broccoli, Ginger-Lime Beef stir fry with rice noodles, Five Spice Grilled Chicken thighs with blackberry glaze and yellow rice with spring peas. Who needs to eat out when you can enjoy all this in the comfort of your home?

Tuesday, June 30
6 - 9 p.m.
#153164

 

July

Fearless Cooking Under Pressure

Learn the versatility of the pressure cooker! This misunderstood and useful kitchen tool makes meals quick, tasty and hot!

Wednesday, July 1
6 - 9 p.m.
#153676

Grandma's Fried Chicken Dinner

Do you ever want to make a meal from start to finish and not sure what to put together? We are going to prepare your Grandma’s fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, creamed corn and individual peach cobblers.

Tuesday, July 7
6 - 9 p.m.
#153172

Spice of Life

Not just heat, but added flavor.
 
Wednesday, July 8
6 - 9 p.m.
#154036

Summer Soups

Hot and cold summer soups. Included in this class will be chilled Avocado and Ginger soup, and a creamy Carrot-Leek soup.

Thursday, July 9
6 - 9 p.m.
#153140

Flavors of the Caribbean

The highlight of this class will be the world famous Jamaican Jerk chicken, Conch fritters, and Puerto Rican Tostones with a spicy garlic dipping sauce.

Monday, July 13
6 - 9 p.m.
#153124

Summer Sippers

This class will equip you with an arsenal of thirst-quenching beverages for the dog days of Summer! Perfect for a lazy day by the pool or for an evening of entertaining friends. Come up with your perfect signature drink that will keep you cool and refreshed.

Tuesday, July 14
6 - 9 p.m.
#153153

The Art of Presentation

As the old saying goes, we eat with our eyes first. Learn the secrets of the pros! This class will give you the knowledge to make those drab ordinary plates have appeal and look delicious.

Wednesday, July 15
6 - 9 p.m.
#153143

What's Up Grill Friend?

More than Burgers and Brats.
 
Thursday, July 16
6 - 9 p.m.
#153677

Pho Heaven's Sake!

Take an exciting culinary tour of Vietnam with this flavorful soup. In this class, we will explore different regions of Vietnam with different variations of this delicious soup and noodle dish.

Monday, July 20
6 - 9 p.m.
#153132

Individual Meatloaf Dinner

We are going to make individual meatloaves, made your way! We will have several different ingredients for you to choose from to put in your personal meatloaf. Beer Dip for our appetizer, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, vegetable and Mom’s Apple crisp.

Tuesday, July 21
6 - 9 p.m.
#153173

Mystically Moroccan

Learn how easy it is to make dishes from Morocco and the Middle East.
 
Wednesday, July 22
6 - 9 p.m.
#153678

Russian Flavors

Cold Borsch: Traditional cold beetroot soup. It’s cooler than Gazpacho. Pelmeni: It’s like Russian ravioli, super tasty! Russian Baked Apples: It’s warm, comforting and delicious with a big scoop of ice cream.
 
Thursday, July 23
6 - 9 p.m.
#153160

Hawaiian Luau

You don’t need to visit the islands to have great island food. Featured in this class will be Ahi Poke, Coconut-Lime Shrimp skewers, and Lau Lau’s. (Pork, chicken and butterfish bundles).
 
Monday, July 27
6 - 9 p.m.
#153133

Pastabilities

More than Spaghetti and Meatballs.

Tuesday, July 28
6 - 9 p.m.
#153680

Quiche

Who says real men don’t eat quiche? Learn some simple yet satisfying quiche recipes in this class... the secret ingredient? One word...Vodka.

Wednesday, July 29
6 - 9 p.m.
#153142

Pork Chops in Gravy Dinner

My family’s favorite way to enjoy pork chops. We will brown the pork chops and let simmer in gravy while we make mashed potatoes, a vegetable and deep dish peach pie.

Thursday, July 30
6 - 9 p.m.
#153174

 

August

Custards & Puddings

After learning just how easy it is to make these dessert favorites, you’ll never have to buy them again! Featured in this class will be classic Crème Brûlée, chocolate pudding, and Mexican flan.

Monday, August 3
6 - 9 p.m.
#153135

Beer Can Chicken on the Grill

Learn how to season the chicken and the beer, Tortellini salad and awesome brownies! And a delicious corn dip appetizer.

Tuesday, August 4
6 - 9 p.m.
#153175

Build a Better Burger

From choosing the right meat to the perfect bun and everything in between, prepare a perfect burger for your next barbecue!

Wednesday, August 5
6 - 9 p.m.
#153156

Far North Chicago Food Scene

Visit some Ethnic and some unique GASTRONAUT destinations. Wear your walking shoes and bring your cell phone and a cooler for your purchases. Cost: $79

Thursday, August 6
7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
#153078
Kimberly Center-Alternative

A British Sunday Lunch

Authentically British.

Thursday, August 6
6 - 9 p.m.
#153681

Crepes

Crepes may be intimidating to some, but this class will conquer that fear and show that crepes are simple and delicious in both sweet and savory applications. Highlighting this class will be basic crepe batter, chicken, artichoke and sun-dried tomato crepes, and a delicious Crepes Suzette for dessert.

Monday, August 10
6 - 9 p.m.
#153138

Potatoes with Panache

Get off the couch and into the kitchen! Learn the essentials of perfect mashed potatoes, silky baked potatoes, as well as some other methods to put the spud in the spotlight!

Tuesday, August 11
6 - 9 p.m.
#153145

I Don't Have Time to Cook

Prepare fast and easy delicious meals for a busy
life.

Wednesday, August 12
6 - 9 p.m.
153683

Cookies

Featured in this class will be Lemon Ricotta cookies, Mudslide cookies, and kicked up Chocolate Chip cookies.
 
Thursday, August 13
6 - 9 p.m.
#153151

Pies

In this class, we will learn a versatile pie dough recipe that can be used for sweet or savory dishes. Included in this class will be a stunning quiche, apple pie and peach pie, perfect for your summer table!

Monday, August 17
6 - 9 p.m.
#153136

Soy Lovers/Your Japanese Kitchen

The Soy plant is an important food for creating healthy living in Japan. Japanese people eat tofu, edamame beans, miso past and more to take protein in their diet. Would you like to discover new soy meals for your diet? In this class, we will make fresh tofu, several foods, and desserts with soy. Please bring containers for leftovers.

Tuesday, August 18
6 - 9 p.m.
#153402

Budget Friendly Date Night

You could spend big bucks at a trendy restaurant, but true romantics know that feasting doesn’t have to cost a fortune. This money-saving menu takes less than an hour to prepare and comes straight from the heart. Highlighted in this class will be Beef Medallions with a simple pan sauce, a stunning wedge salad, and Molten Chocolate Lava cake.

Wednesday, August 19
6 - 9 p.m.
#153144

Run for the Border

Discover new twists in Mexican cookery and fill the tortillas you make with your creation.
Thursday, August 20
6 - 9 p.m.
#153685

Lasagna Dinner

We will make an awesome Italian salad, homemade lasagna, garlic bread and Cannoli’s.

Monday, August 24
6 - 9 p.m.
#153368

Noodle Lovers/Your Japanese Kitchen

Eating noodles is a daily thing in Japan. The noodles are as important as cooked rice. In this class, we will make Udon noodles and cook different noodle dishes using Japanese noodles. After this class, you will be able to have your own cookout with Japanese noodles. Please bring containers for leftovers. Ingredients will contain Soba noodles (buckwheat).

Tuesday, August 25
6 - 9 p.m.
#153403

Gourmet on a Dime

Low cost elegant entertaining.

Wednesday, August 26
6 - 9 p.m.
#153686

A Feast For Your Eyes

Have you ever wondered how food looks so good in the magazines? Learn some secrets of food photography from a pro! In this class, participants will learn the secrets to cooking, plating, and photographing beautiful food. No professional photography equipment required! *students must provide their own camera (smart phone, point and shoot, or DSLR.)

Thursday, August 27
6 - 9 p.m.
#153159

Knead Some Dough?

Not money but bread! Have fun raising what you knead to make meals complete.

Monday, August 31
6 - 9 p.m.
#153688