Category Archives: Adult Cooking Classes

Cooking Classes Your Way

What is the best way for you to join us? Live online classes where we cook together while socializing via Zoom? Maybe you want to get ready for the holidays with in-person make and take ravioli classes? Want to offer an experience with family and friends with a private pasta make and take class? And don’t forget about the kids!…cupcake decorating with holiday theme or a mini cooking camp over the holiday break where we will make a hot chocolate recipe each day!

Reservations and more information is available at http://www.bookeo.com/vintagekitchen.

Home Economics at Home

While it might not be face to face, zoom cooking classes are the next best thing! Our online classes are interactive so students can ask questions and get personalized instruction in a small virtual setting.

All school aged children will have the opportunity for two classes per month, one cooking and one baking. Moms and dads can take a break from teaching/supervising the virtual instruction and let Vintage Kitchen instruct your kiddos to make meals. Nutritional content will be discussed during each lesson. The school-year classes are forming now. E-mail vintgekitchencookingclasses@gmail.com to get on the mailing list for this enrollment.

Online classes are not just for the kiddos! Adults can also get in on the fun and instruction to learn new recipes. Our dinner virtual classes are family friendly. Reservations for this class are available at http://www.bookeo.com/vintagkitchen.

Re-opening schedule

We are so excited to be re-opening. A few notes to consider:

Our classes will be limited to 8 people. Please bring your own apron or you can use one of our disposable aprons. We will be eating on our porch, or you are able to take your meal home. We will be using disposable utensils. Gloves will be provided for the class.

If you are not yet ready to join us in person, we will continue our online classes once per month.

The schedule is available on the Services and Schedule tab above.

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Can’t wait to see you soon!

Sandi

Big Game Ready!

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Just because the title of the class is “Game Day” doesn’t mean that the recipes we make during the class won’t be great all year round. You may not be thinking that a fruit salsa is a winter food, but our recipe includes Ghost Pepper Honey and Bourbon…that is a game-changer!

Ghost Pepper Honey and Bourbon Fruit Salsa

3 tablespoons sugar

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Five 10-inch flour tortillas 

Cooking spray 

2 Granny Smith apples, grated 

1 Bartlett pear, small-diced 

Juice of 1 lime 

1-3 tablespoons ghost pepper honey 

8 ounces strawberries, chopped 

4 ounces raspberries, chopped 

1 ounce bourbon 

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl. Spray the tops of the tortillas with cooking spray and sprinkle with the cardamom sugar. Cut each tortilla into 10 to 12 wedges and place on a cookie sheet in a single layer. Bake until crispy and golden, about 12 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool.

Meanwhile, make the salsa by combining the apples, pear, lime juice and preserves in a medium bowl. Fold in the strawberries, raspberries and bourbon. Cover and chill in the refrigerator for an hour to allow all the flavors to marry.

Happy Hour

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We are starting the year off with our signature Happy Hour class.  Don’t know what that is at Vintage Kitchen?  It is 5 appetizers and a drink all surrounding a theme.  The catch is that the theme is a secret until you get to the class!

The theme for tonight:  Comfort Foods!  It’s winter and comfy cozy is what we need.  And we are playing with lots of cooking toys and ingredients.

During class, I am usually asked where I get the equipment and ingredients we use, so I thought I would list them.  I am also sharing the recipe for Buffalo Sauce that we used in class.

The menu for this class:

Bacon Jam Grilled Cheese.  We used Tastefully Simple Bacon Jam on the grilled cheese.  Instead of making the grilled cheese on the stove, we used the panini press.  With a class of 20 people, we have two presses: Bella Panini Press and Breville Panini Press.  Confession: One of my panini presses lives at my house most of the time…

Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese. See the recipe below for the Buffalo Sauce we used in the recipe…we used Sylvia’s Hot and Spice Seasoning…it is so good!

Buffalo Wing Sauce

6 ounces hot sauce

1 tablespoon butter

1/4 cup dark brown sugar

2 tablespoons honey

1-2 teaspoons Sylvia’s Hot and Spice Seasoning

Mix all ingredients in a saucepan until the flavors blend.

Chili  Instead of slow cooking the chili, we used the Instapot to meld the flavors quickly and have the chili ready before the end of class.

Individual Chicken Pot Pies  Regular pot pie is great, but individual pot pies are outstanding!  We used the Baby Cakes Individual Pie Maker.

Also on the menu:

Roasted Tomato Soup, Skillet Apple Pie, White Queso Dip, and Mulled Wine

Yes, that is actually seven recipes…but we have a big class…and we are hungry!

Recently Added Classes

Pizza and Taco (1)

The kiddos can take over the kitchen for two days during this holiday camp.  On the first day, we will make pizza and variations on pizza recipes.  Pizza dip, pizza rolls, different pizza crusts…all on the menu.

The second day will be taco variations.  Taco soup, taco spaghetti (which is really good) and homemade taco seasoning to take home will be made.

 

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Make reservations for Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 6pm for our signature Happy Hour.  The group will prepare 5 appetizers and 1 drink that are all part of a theme.  What makes this class special?  The theme is a surprise until you get to the class!  Cost is $30 per person or $50 per pair.

Reservation can be made by e-mailing: vintagekitchencookingclasses@gmail.com.