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Raised-bed gardening is a great way to grow vegetables — especially if the soil in your area is compacted or has poor drainage. And there’s no bending over to pull weeds or harvest vegetables!
Raised beds take very little space, and in this class we share everything you need to know to plan, plant, care for and harvest a raised bed garden. From soil preparation to the secrets of a high-yielding garden, after this class you’ll be ready for fresh, juicy and delicious veggies right out of your own backyard or patio.
Wednesday * 4/10/19 * 6-8 pm * $25 (member) $35 (non-member)
Linda Whitlock * Room: LT-303
In this hands-on class, you’ll learn how to take one gallon of milk and make the best mozzarella you have ever tasted! There is no special equipment needed and with 5 simple ingredients, you will never buy store-bought mozzarella again. You’ll leave class with a delicious fresh cheese and you can keep the success of your fabulous Caprese Salad, Margherita pizza and luscious lasagna a secret–only you will know that your homemade cheese makes all the difference in your dishes! Workshop fee includes all food items, recipes and tasting samples.
Wednesday * 4/24/19 * 6-9 pm * $45 (member) $55 (non-member)
Gary Colles * Room: LT-303
If you’ve been told to avoid gluten containing foods then you’ve come to realize that it can be a challenge. In this class we’ll share a variety of ideas, resources, restaurants and recipes to help you live a gluten-free life, all while enjoying some tasty samples of gluten-free foods. No longer will you be confused by the need to eat gluten-free, and we’re here to show you how. Workshop fee includes tasting samples, resources and recipes.
Tuesday * April 30 * 6-8 pm * $25 (member) $35 (non-member)
Carrie Palmer * Room: LT-304
How many parties have you attended where your dish to pass was a cheese tray? Are you ready to impress your friends with something really different? In this delicious new class, we’ll cover basic cheese styles, and share how to taste cheese—should it be chilled or room temperature? We will show you which pairings will make for a lifetime of cheese friendships—a jam, a chutney, a slice of meat, some spiced nuts or even pickles—really, the possibilities are endless. Join The Cheese Guy for a cheese pairing party and you’ll be the delight of your party guests when you serve them your new cheese pairing combos! Workshop fee includes all food items, recipes and tasting samples.
Tuesday * 5/21/19 * 6-8 pm * $35 (member) $45 (non-member)
Gary Colles * Room: LT-303