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Staci Joers Demo Cooking Series - 303140

Demo Cooking Series


FLORAL FLAVORS
Floral flavors are predicted to be in full bloom in 2020. According to experts and insiders, the industry is seeing more flower-forward cocktails and products spring up than ever before. A big reason for the flood of flowers is because consumers are taking a more holistic approach to their eating habits and are looking for new ways to add naturally-derived flavors in their food and drink choices.

Discover some new recipes with floral inspirations, while you sample...Strawberry, Vanilla and Rosewater Jam served with Cardamom Bread; Pan-fried Chicken with Harissa and Rosewater; and Semi-homemade Pistachio Bundt with Rosewater Glaze.


“BUON APPETITO” GRILLING & COCKTAIL
Let’s get outside and enjoy the weather with some Italian inspired dishes we can grill.

You’ll sample… Grilled Foccacia with “5-minute” Marinara, Sample Pork Tenderloin “Porchetta”, Grilled Caesar Salad, and Sgroppino (desert cocktail with prosecco).

In the past, some participants have brought a lawn chair for easier seating than sitting at a picnic table. Plan to do what will be most comfortable for you! You might also grab some mosquito application (weather depending).

APPLES
Floral flavors are predicted to be in full bloom in Apples are finally in season, and thankfully there are a variety of ways to use them. They are a kitchen staple and picking the right variety is important for a recipe. Did you know there are 2,500 varieties of apples in the United States? Across the world, there are even more–estimates clock in at around 7,500 kinds. So, tonight, you will explore a small variety of different apples in some fabulous recipes. Lots of information on types of apples, best apples for cooking and eating, how to choose and how to store will be provided.

Enjoy sampling...Butternut Squash & Apple Soup; Brussel Sprout & Apple Tart;Red Wine Braised Beef with Apple Gremolata; and Mom's Apple Sheet Pie.

Status Add to Cart Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Column #11 Column #12
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303140-02
Floral Flavors
07/21/2020 -07/21/2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Tu
Gdale High School
16-99
$24.00/$34.00
Available
303140-03
Buon Appetito Grilling and Cocktails
07/29/2020 -07/29/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
W
GDale Comm Center Park
16-99
$24.00/$34.00
Available
303140-04
Apples, Apples, Apples
08/18/2020 -08/18/2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Tu
Gdale High School
16-99
$23.00/$33.00
Available
303140-05
Steak
07/27/2020 -07/27/2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Gdale High School
16-99
$23.00/$33.00

Julie Toman Series - 303145

MAKE NON-TOXIC HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS
Many household cleaning products are expensive and some can be harmful to our health. Class topics will cover some health and safety concerns involving household cleaning products, and ways to minimize. There are non-toxic cleaners that can be made at home that work and, at the same time, save money. You will have the opportunity to make 2 household cleaners to take home and receive samples for other safe and effective cleaning products. Recipes range from all-purpose cleaners to clothes and dishwasher soaps. All supplies included.

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303145-02
Make Non-Toxic Household Cleaners
08/17/2020 -08/17/2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
M
Greendale Middle School
16-99
$23.00/$33.00

Summer Seasonal Food Classes - 303147

Adults (Ages 18+)

INTRO TO FOOD PRESERVATION
Learn the benefits and challenges of various food preservation techniques with an emphasis on hot-water-bath canning. As a basis for all other canning classes this year, this lecture and demonstration class will provide you plenty of hand outs, recipes and helpful tips.

TOMATOES SALSA FEST
At the end of the summer, tomatoes are delicious and plentiful - the perfect combination to put up jars of tomato sauce, tomato paste and whole tomatoes. In class, we will make one or two kinds of salsa while also realizing how great your winter soups and stews will taste with your own preserved summer tomatoes.

JAMMIN FOR THE SEASON
Learn how to preserve fruits of the season to enjoy the dark days of winter. Experience hands-on how to can seasonal fruits into jams, while learning helpful tips. All the canning and fruit supplies are included as are handouts with instructions and recipes.

PICKLING SUMMERS FARE
Canning fruits and vegetables in a vinegar-base is an age-old practice for preserving summer's harvest. The instructor will guide participants in their hands-on efforts to preserve such vegetables as green beans and pickles. Included in the cost of the class are all the canning materials, produce, and hands outs with instructions, recipes and helpful tips.

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303147-01
Intro to Food Preservation
07/15/2020 -07/15/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
Greendale Middle School
18-99
$13.00/$23.00
Available
303147-02
Tomatoes Salsa Fest
08/19/2020 -08/19/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
Greendale Middle School
18-99
$25.00/$35.00
Available
303147-03
Jammin for the Season
08/05/2020 -08/05/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
Greendale Middle School
18-99
$25.00/$35.00
Available
303147-04
Pickling Summers Fare
08/26/2020 -08/26/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
W
Greendale Middle School
18-99
$25.00/$35.00

Jodi's Art Series - 303521

DRAWING FABRIC TEXTURE
Consider joining Jodi’s exciting, enlightening instruction as she coaches you to creative success by learning ways to be prepared, simplify, still your inner critic, embrace the here and now, and in doing so, discover wonders you never thought to look for!

Whether a beginner or seasoned artist, this class is open to anyone wanting to practice their pencil drawing and sketching skills. Working from “Fabric” as the observational still life object, learn to demystify the folds, break them down into basic lines and shapes, and add value to make them look 3-D. Pick up helpful tips for making your sketching sessions pleasurable and productive.

THE URBAN SKETCHER
Make the world your studio! Capture the bustle and beauty of life in your village or city!

Whether you are a habitual doodler or a seasoned artist, sometimes you need to gather the visual information quick and come back to it later in the comfort of your “studio.” Using watercolor paint and a water brush, collect your compositions on the first evening, and then using pen on the second evening, you will refine your art. Enjoy tackling subjects ranging from still life and architecture to people and busy street scenes.

Urban Sketching gets you out in the world looking for things worth drawing. It puts you into a mindset where daily life is part of a larger artistic adventure!

July 13 class will meet at the Open Space next to Ferch’s Malt Shoppe 5640 Broad Street-Greendale (GMS Art Room in case of rain)
July 20 class will meet at the Greendale Middle School Art Room

Sketchbook will be provided. While near Ferch’s, if you want to purchase food, please feel comfortable to do so as you sit and learn and observe from Jodi’s instruction!

PEN DRAWING TECHNIQUES

Strictly using a drawing pen, the novice or slightly advanced artist wanting to expand to a new level of drawing, will begin a journey of learning to work with pen. Learn to create nuances of shading using techniques like cross-hatching and creating gradations, and even quick squiggly lines. Learn these techniques to become comfortable with using the pen as a sketching and drawing tool.

If you aspire to learn basic techniques of pen drawing, consider joining Jodi’s exciting, enlightening instruction as she coaches you to creative success! All supplies included.

Status Add to Cart Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Column #11 Column #12
Cancelled
303521-03
Drawing Fabric Textures
07/06/2020 -07/06/2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
M
Greendale Middle School
16-99
$15.00/$25.00
Available
303521-04
The Urban Sketcher
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
M
Greendale Muni Parking
16-99
$30.00/$40.00
Available
303521-06
Pen Drawing Techniques
08/03/2020 -08/03/2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
M
Greendale Middle School
16-99
$17.00/$27.00

Gardening - 303571

Get your hands dirty in this workshop as you learn the art of Kokedama, the cultivation of encased in a hanging ball of moss (a type of bonsai). You will create our very own hanging garden which uses moss to retain moisture and doesn't require a planter or pot .. a self-sufficient houseplant.

Status Add to Cart Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Column #11 Column #12
Available
303571-01
Kokedama Hanging Garden
07/20/2020 -07/20/2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
M
Greendale Middle School
18-99
$20.00/$25.00

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