A feast brings to mind a congregation, community, and celebration with a delicious meal. Imagine the satisfaction of using a tool, table setting, or furniture piece you made at the Folk School, to share food with your family and friends.
We have put together a collection of class picks that will help you set your table, Folk School-style. Also, what’s a feast without the fare? If you prefer to cook, brew, or bake, check out our upcoming 2019 Cooking classes below.
What’s a Feast without the Fare?
Upcoming Cooking Classes
More 2019 Cooking Classes
Culinary Voyage through India July 21–26 • Ruby Banerjee
Cuisine Provençal (South of France) July 28–Aug 3 • Penny Prichard
Brilliant Cooking Basics Aug 4–10 • Martha Vining
Making Italian Liqueurs and Gelatos Aug 16–18 • Wally Maria Mazzucco
Scottish Hearth Cooking Aug 25–31 • Karen Becker
Home-brewing Artisan Beers Sep 1–6 • Nick Kelischek
Feasting on Fruits & Vegetables Sep 8–14 • Nanette Davidson
Fresh Takes on Regional Southern Cooking, Mountains to Sea Sep 15–21 • Sheri Castle
Artisan Breads with Organic, Local, and Freshly Milled Grains Sep 22–28 • Jon McDonald
Slow Food in Time for Dinner Sep 29–Oct 4 • Susan Blomeley
Culinary Essentials Oct 6–12 • Christine Seelye-King
Tastes of India Oct 13–19 • Gulshan Singh
Deconstructing Pizza Oct 20–25 • Cathy Cleary
Hearty Country Cooking – Savory Southern Favorites Oct 27–Nov 2 • Mark Sohn
How to Shaker Your Plate Nov 3–9 • Nanette Davidson
Foods from Forgotten Europe Nov 10–16 • Mary Lou Surgi
Recipes for Winter Wellness Nov 22–24 • Bonnie Lenneman
Holiday Baking Tricks Dec 8–14 • Crystal Leach
Header photo (and utensils forged in photo) by instructor Abraham Pardee