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All Ground Up: Sausage Making

Make your own sausage flavored the way you like it using your favorite meats. As a class, we will make and take home 4 to 5 kinds of sausage of your choosing from a list of about 10 varieties. These will be fresh, non-smoked, non-cured sausages like bratwurst, breakfast sausage,…
Fri, Oct 11th, 2019  –  Sat, Oct 12th, 2019
9am-5pm
Instructor: Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux
Sat, Jan 11th, 2020  –  Sun, Jan 12th, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux
Sat, Feb 8th, 2020  –  Sun, Feb 9th, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux
2½ Days
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Artisan Breads Immersion

Lace up your baking shoes and get ready for an artisan breads baking marathon. Combining the skills of our popular Artisan Breads I and II courses, this two-and-a-half-day intensive course allows students to dig deep into hand-crafted, long-fermented and hot-hearth baked breads. We’ll explore pre-ferments and a long cool rise…
Fri, Nov 8th, 2019  –  Sun, Nov 10th, 2019
Day 1: 5pm-9pm; Days 2 & 3: 8am-4pm
Fri, Jan 17th, 2020  –  Sun, Jan 19th, 2020
Day 1: 5pm-9pm; Days 2/3: 8am-4pm
Instructor: Amy James
Fri, Apr 24th, 2020  –  Sun, Apr 26th, 2020
Day 1: 5pm-9pm; Days 2/3: 8am-4pm
3 Days
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Artisan Cheesemaking

Can’t whey-t to take your home cheesemaking to the next level? Make your favorite cheese anytime you want. You will learn the basics of cheese making during class and then be able to replicate and experiment at home. We’ll cover milks, starters, bacteria, molds, and common household equipment for cheese…
Tue, Jul 14th, 2020  –  Thu, Jul 16th, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Gary Colles
2 days
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Artisan Cheesemaking: Scandinavian Cheeses

For centuries, the hardworking goats and cows of the fjords & mountains of Scandinavia have been kept fat and happy on the lush green grasses that thrive in the long daylight hours of summer. And as any foodie will tell you: where there is an abundance of milk, there is…
Sat, Jul 18th, 2020  –  Sun, Jul 19th, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Gary Colles
2 days
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Autumn Apple Abundance: From Sweet to Savory

Fall means apples in abundance! In anticipation of the season, join Chef Graden for an exploration of the versatile applications of a fruit that is both ubiquitous and under-utilized. This class will cover preparing (and eating!) all of these recipes, and more: apple and cran-apple ciders, apple pie, apple cider…
Fri, Sep 27th, 2019  –  Sat, Sep 28th, 2019
9am - 5pm
Instructor: Scott Graden
1.25 Days
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Better Butter Baking

We know that butter makes it better. But which butter? And what’s behind the magic? We will learn three distinctive butter techniques as we explore croissants, Danish pastry and kouig amann, which may be the best “muffin” you’ll ever have. We’ll make cultured butter and demystify this ancient treasure.
Sat, Jun 6th, 2020  –  Sun, Jun 7th, 2020
Day 1: 5pm-6pm; Day 2: 9am-5pm
Instructor: Kim Ode
1 Day
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Braunschweiger: Love Your Liver in the Wurst Way

Commercial liverwurst (braunschweiger) can’t hold a candle to the real thing. Learn to make your own healthful liverwurst out of ingredients that you choose, with flavors that you can adjust. Craig and Dianne Peterson have always enjoyed eating various forms of liver, in gourmet recipes, liver pate and of course,…
Fri, Nov 15th, 2019
9am-5pm
1 Day
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Buche de Noel: Bake Your Own

At North House, you can build your own timber frame and bake your own cake! Learn to make the bûche de noël, a classic French cake elaborately decorated to resemble a holiday yule log for the Christmas table. This class, open to novice and experienced bakers, is a chance to…
Sat, Dec 7th, 2019
9am-5pm
Instructor: Kirsten Wisniewski
1 Day
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Cooking with the Seasons: Dinner on the Harbor

Spend a wonderful evening in the kitchen as you learn new cooking skills and share great culinary fun with other students who love to cook. In this hands-on cooking class, you’ll prepare and enjoy a delicious summer evening meal, including wine pairings and craft brews. Take home a recipe packet featuring…
Sat, Oct 26th, 2019
1pm-7pm
Instructor: Judi Barsness
Sat, Jun 13th, 2020
9am - 5pm
Instructor: Judi Barsness
Sat, Jul 11th, 2020
9am - 5pm
Instructor: Judi Barsness
½ Day
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Crafting Fine Homemade Hard Cider

You can make a fine light sparkling hard cider as good as any in the world with a minimum of equipment, some apple juice, and time. Come join in the fun as we begin one batch by pitching the yeast and finish another batch by bottling. Participants will all take…
Sun, Oct 20th, 2019
1pm-5pm
Instructor: Lindsay Lee
1 Day
Pie

Easy as Pie

Berry or custard, savory or sweet, in a tin or on a cookie sheet, pies offer endless possibilities. Discover why this versatile dish has been around since the ancient Egyptians (and other fun pie trivia). We’ll learn how to turn butter, lard, flour, and water into a flakey crust and…
Sun, Feb 2nd, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Karalyn Littlefield
1 Day
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Ethnic Pastries: A European Tour

Travel across Europe from the comfort of your own kitchen in this intensive, hands-on one-day exploration of beloved ethnic pastries. We’ll make a classic Danish pastry, a German kasekuchen or cheesecake, and French arlettes, also known as elephant ears. We’ll use the commercial ovens in the North House teaching kitchen,…
Sat, Nov 2nd, 2019
9am-4:30pm
Instructor: Kim Ode
3 Days
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Fermented Foods: From the Basics to the World of Koji

Though common practice throughout history, food fermentation is now approached with both excitement and trepidation. Fermentation extends storage while also greatly increasing the array of flavors in a diet. In fact, fermented foods have the iconic tastes of cultures around the world: German sauerkraut, Korean kimchi, and Japanese soy sauce…
Fri, May 1st, 2020  –  Sun, May 3rd, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Eric Edgin
2 Days
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Flatbreads from Around the World

Why flatbreads? Why NOT flatbreads? They are quick to make, easy to bake on griddles, piles of hot coals, or in a hot oven, and they can bring many new grains into your kitchen that typically aren’t used in loaf breads. One part bread science, one part history and culture,…
Fri, Mar 20th, 2020  –  Sat, Mar 21st, 2020
9am-5pm
Instructor: Caleb Mattison
2½ Days
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Flavorful Rye Breads

Explore the many flavors of rye breads using seeds, spices and fruit to make traditional breads such as Limpa, Pumpernickel, and Raisin Rye. Practice techniques that will allow you to work with a potentially difficult dough. We’ll explore the history and characteristics of this nutritious grain, using pre-ferments and soakers…
Fri, Mar 13th, 2020  –  Sun, Mar 15th, 2020
Day 1: 5-9pm; Day 2/3: 8am-4pm