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Emily’s Mom’s Sticky Buns

by Cory Marie Podielski on May 21, 2016

in Cooking, Featured Classes

Every year, we have a sweet tooth soothing tradition in Emily Buehler’s bread baking class. On Thursday, students team up to make a special recipe: Emily’s Mom’s Sticky Buns. The beginning of the week is spent learning the basics of  breads like baguettes, sourdough loaves and whole wheat sandwich bread. By Thursday, students are happy […]

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Whole Bird Weekend with Mark Rosenstein

by Cory Marie Podielski on November 11, 2015

in Cooking, Featured Classes, Featured Teacher

Halloween weekend brought delicious dismemberment to the Folk School. Don’t panic! All the butchery occurred under the expert tutelage of Mark Rosenstein in the Cooking Studio for the class “Whole Bird Weekend,” where students learned advanced techniques for preparing duck, chicken, and turkey for maximum flavor and juiciness. Mark Rosenstein is a critically acclaimed veteran […]

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Set Your Table for a Fall Feast

by Cory Marie Podielski on October 12, 2015

in Clay, Cooking, Featured Classes, Wood

Fall is a time of harvest, feast, and home. We invite our friends and family over to share food, stories, and laughter. Festive meals center around the table, so check out these upcoming Folk School classes to set your table right. Prepare for decadent holiday meals by taking a week-long class in our top-notch Cooking […]

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Around the World in the Cooking Studio

by Cory Marie Podielski on July 27, 2015

in Cooking, Featured Classes

Have you ever gone to an Asian market or stood in the ethnic food aisle at the supermarket and stared blankly at the bottles and spices, each staring back at you like a mystery waiting to be solved? It is challenging to jump into another ethnic cuisine without a helping hand or guidance. Many weeks […]

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Pizza Day minus 6 years. A potter, a dulcimer player, a painter, a poet and a berry farmer build a barrel-vaulted brick oven. Timber-framers build a structure around it. Iron workers make long-handled rakes, forks and peels. Stone-building classes dry-stack elbowhigh walls around it, carpenters make picnic tables and benches. Gardening classes plant fennel, oregano […]

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