Check out our exciting upcoming classes!
Intermediate Pastry Arts (Winter I)
This sequential six week course builds on the techniques
taught in the Introduction to the Pastry Arts course, but is also open to those
individuals who are comfortable with their baking skills and want to enhance
New Dates: Tuesdays, January 7, 14, 21 & 28 and February 4 &
These flaky, buttery pastries are frequently featured at the
breakfast/brunch table. They are also something you can make at home! Students
will learn the traditional plain croissants and brioche – as well as flavored
January 12, 2014
of Italy: Cooking & Wine Tasting Workshop
one day workshop will cover traditional recipes from the Northern and Southern
regions of Italy. Students will be instructed in creating dishes incorporating
different kinds of seafood, fresh herbs and pastas. In addition, students will
sample different white and red Italian wines and learn how to pair them with
various dishes. Must be age 21 and over to take this class.
Date: Sunday, January 12, 2014
barley, malt and hops in beer help to enhance flavors when cooking. Students in
this class will learn how to prepare great food using one of the world’s most
popular and diverse beverages. Learn how to make things like ale steamed clams
and cheddar beer spread. After taking this class, you will be able cook with
your beer and drink it too! Must be age 21 and over to take this class.
Date: Monday, January 13, 2014
Breads (Winter Session)
Artisan breads can only be made by hand – trained hands. In this six week
course students will learn how to make everything from baguettes to pizza dough
to English muffins. What’s more, all of the bread mixes created in this course
will be made by hand. No mixers. No bread machines. Just you, a 450 degree oven
and Chef John Gallagher. Every class is guaranteed to be a workout. So, do you
think you’re tough enough? Space is limited to 10 students only.
Dates: Wednesdays, January 15, 22 & 29 and February 5, 12 & 19, 2014
of Spain: Cooking & Wine Tasting Workshop
cultures have influenced the history of Spain’s cuisine over hundreds of years.
This one day workshop will explore regional dishes that reflect these
multi-faceted influences. Students will be instructed in creating dishes like
Gazpacho and Arroz con Pollo. In addition, students will sample different white
and red Spanish wines and learn how to pair them with various dishes. Must
be age 21 and over to take this class.
Date: Sunday, January 19, 2014
cuisine is a fusion of Mesoamerican and European (especially Spanish) culinary
influences. In this culture-enriched class, students will be taught how to
prepare both traditional as well as popular Mexican dishes – and figure out
once and for all just how much “heat” good Mexican food should have.
Date: Monday, January 20, 2014
Class space is limited and enrollment is on a first come/first served basis. Registration directions and basic class information and program policies can be found on the page below. For a full list of Community Education classes and events, click here to view a digital copy of our current catalog.