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  • Cast Iron Cookery

    For many cooking purposes, cast iron cookware is the best you can use. Create tastier sears, superior pan sauces, lighter cornbreads, better pizzas, and extraordinary scones. Learn how to season and care for cast-iron, how and when to look for old pieces and where to shop for new cast-iron. Cook up some old favorites that you simply cannot duplicate in the newer pots and pans: cheesy cornbread, roasted vegetables and chicken and crisp-on-the-outside, creamy-on-the-inside scones. Extensive handouts provided. Food cost of $12 is payable to the instructor at class. Bring a cast-iron skillet 10" or smaller if you have one, containers for leftovers and towels for clean-up.
  • Fearless Stovetop Pressure Cooking

    Become acquainted with the many advantages of the contemporary stovetop pressure cooker. Learn the four rules for safe pressure cooking so you can roll out delicious, quick dishes in minutes instead of hours. Combine vegetables with high-protein, low-cost, healthy dried legumes and your favorite meats for satisfying dinner/salads. Learn what to look for and what to avoid in buying a pressure cooker. If you have a stovetop pressure cooker you've been avoiding, bring it to class and learn to cook with it. Food cost of $13 payable in class. Bring sponge and towel for clean-up plus containers for leftovers. This class covers Stovetop Pressure cookers only.