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Artisan Cheesemaking Online Course: Mozzarella

Looking for a great at-home hobby? Dive into cheesemaking! In this online introduction to the craft you will learn the basics of cheese making through videos, demonstrations, and live Q and A. We’ll cover milks, starters, bacteria, molds, and common household equipment for cheese making that you probably already have…
Wed, Feb 3rd, 2021
6:30-8pm CT
Instructor: Gary Colles
0.5 Days
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Better Butter Baking: Online Course

We know that butter makes it better. But which butter? Why unsalted? What’s behind the magic? We’ll tackle the wonders of laminated dough in this two-part class that includes a short one-hour prep on late Friday afternoon. On Saturday, we’ll complete a batch of Kouign Amann, a French muffin-like pastry…
Fri, Feb 5th, 2021
5-6 pm Friday night, 10 am-1 pm Saturday CT
Instructor: Kim Ode
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Cooking with the Seasons Online Course

Join long-time North House instructor Judi Barsness from the comfort of your own kitchen to learn new cooking skills and prepare a delicious meal as she brings her popular Cooking with the Seasons courses to the online format. Each session will feature the step-by-step preparation of an entree and accompaniment,…
Fri, Feb 12th, 2021
4-5:30 pm CT on Friday and 2pm-5pm CT on Saturday
Instructor: Judi Barsness
Fri, Mar 12th, 2021
4-5:30 pm CT on Friday and 2pm-5pm CT on Saturday
Instructor: Judi Barsness
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Croutons, Panzanella, and More: Creative Cooking with Old Bread Online Course

Whether you are a long-time home baker or you only recently took it up, every household with a bread baker has run into the problem of old bread. Whether it was forgotten or there just wasn't time to eat it, throwing out a nice loaf of bread is the worst.…
Sun, Mar 7th, 2021
10 am-1 pm CT
Instructor: Kirsten Wisniewski
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Home Sausage Making Webinar

Learn to make your own sausage the way you like it.  Using your favorite meats and seasonings you will learn to make fresh, non-smoked, non-cured sausage like bratwurst, breakfast, Italian and wherever your imagination takes you.  While pork is the most common meat in sausage, we will show you how…
Wed, Jan 20th, 2021
6:30-8:30pm CT
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Small Breads: Pretzel Buns, English Muffins, and Buttermilk Biscuits Online Course

Discover the satisfaction of making your own pretzel buns for sandwiches, fresh English muffins for breakfast, or the flakiest buttermilk biscuits for any meal. Baking your own bread is fun and economical, but it also enables you to vouch for every ingredient. We’ll explore the role of lye in a…
Fri, Feb 5th, 2021
10 am-1 pm CT
Instructor: Kim Ode
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Stovetop Flatbreads: Online Course

This short class will dive into some of the most simple breads, flatbreads, baked in a simple way: on the stovetop. Are you nervous about jumping straight into making artisan bread? Wondering how many flatbreads exist around the world? Maybe you want to practice your dough rolling skills. No matter…
Sat, Jan 30th, 2021
10 am-1 pm CT
Instructor: Caleb Mattison
Sat, Apr 3rd, 2021
10 am-1 pm CT
Instructor: Caleb Mattison
0.5 Days
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Teatime Cookies: Online Course

Cookies are the perfect way to brighten up any day, especially alongside a good cup of tea! This class will take you through some classic teatime cookies including biscotti, shortbread, and sandwich cookies. A great class for households who want to bake together (sign up your family and pay just…
Sat, Mar 6th, 2021
1-4 pm CT
Instructor: Kirsten Wisniewski
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Wheat-Free Flatbreads: Online Course

The vast majority of breads, flatbreads included, are wheat-based. For good reason—wheat makes really good breads. But why limit ourselves to one grain? There are other ingredients out there capable of making really good breads, and it is easy to pass them by! Whether you are interested in avoiding wheat…
Fri, Mar 5th, 2021
10 am-1 pm CT
Instructor: Caleb Mattison