4H Spin: Kid’s Culinary Classes at EUE

Class registration is closed - class is full. Instructors: Dave Radloff, Stephanie Ostrenga, Irina Bruno Dates: 6 classes, Tuesdays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, Nov. 5, 12 after school Time: 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. Location: EUE Home economics kitchen The Bonifas Arts Center and 4-H SPIN Clubs are bringing back this popular program to help you raise your kids as enthusiastic cooks and healthy eaters. This year we are launching a new curriculum based on INTERNATIONAL CUISINE! Through foods, we will travel to Italy, Ethiopia, Russia, China, Poland and explore the Native American heritage. Integral parts of the program are basics of nutrition, kitchen tools and techniques, hands on food preparation, food safety, presentation and use of utensils. Each class will include the tasting of the prepared meal while practicing table manners. Kids from all local schools are welcome – this is a great after school program with built in snack and fun learning! DON’T MISS THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE YOUR CHILDREN LEARN TO COOK AND TO EAT HEALTHY! Student fee: $50 (series only) per student, 4-H participation fees included Age group: 4 – 6 grades   Registration: $50 | Become a Bonifas Member »  

Culinary Arts: What’s Cookin?

Dates: First Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8 p.m. The perennial favorite series, “What’s Cooking”, is BACK! The series of cooking demonstrations are designed to bring out your artistry in the kitchen. Each session includes step-by-step demonstrations in the kitchen and delectable samples in the gallery. Some of our chefs like to engage the audience in demonstrations. Viewers leave with a list of tips and recipes in hand and a smile on their faces. A questions & answers period will follow demonstrations.  These sessions fill up fast so sign up now to ensure your spot! October 1 - Fresh from the garden international appetizers – Ashley Tussing Ever looked at a piece of produce in the grocery store and wondered what to do with it? Would you like to impress the crowd at the next potluck party with the novel, healthy and delicious appetizers? Vegetarian cook and gardening aficionado Ashley Tussing will introduce you to making those strange veggies into a scrumptious bites to share with friends – or polish off yourselves! The dishes that will be presented: Minty pea puree - as a warm dip with pita bread (French) Torta de yucca – starchy, but sweet (Colombian) November 5 - Pumpkin Chai Cupcakes with Kelli VanGinhoven, from For The Love Of Cupcakes – Replace the traditional Thanksgiving pie with the fabulous and trendy pumpkin chai cupcakes and make a family dinner a success! December 3 – Wild game feast - stuffed venison loin with Dennis Dufek. Avid hunter and an established chef, Dennis will prove to you that the wild game doesn’t have to be “gamey” and teach how to showcase your latest hunting trophy as a mouthwatering centerpiece for Christmas (or any other) feast!   Bonifas Member: $12 | Non-Member: $15 | Become a Bonifas Member »

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