Decorating Molded Easter Eggs 6-8pm
March 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$25
DECORATING MOLDED SUGAR EASTER EGGS, 6 pm to 8 pm, Wednesday, March 29, Beardsley Recreation Center, Porcelain Painters room, limited to 10 people; $25 fee. Create your own unique molded sugar Easter egg. Learn how to create the egg from a sugar mixture, fill it with a fun Easter scene, put it together using Royal icing and decorating it with Royal icing flowers. Take home your unique designs to share with friends and family. All supplies are included in class fee.
Instructor Debbie Thompson began decorating cakes 40 years ago when she was pregnant with her daughter. Although it’s always been a hobby, she spent several years, while her children were growing up, baking and decorating cakes for brides and others in her small hometown. Recently Debbie became a Wilton Certified Instructor and currently conducts classes for Michaels and is Sun City West resident.
MAKING FABULOUS PASTRIES, 6 pm to 8 pm, Wednesdays, January 25, February 1, 8 and 15, Palm Ridge Recreation Center, Summit Hall A, limited to 15 people; $45 fee.
Have fun learning to make an apple cranberry crostata, vegetable tart and a delicious and moist apple cake. Bring take home containers, your apron, rolling pin and your appetite…
Instructor Linda Stanger holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Miami and after graduation, has taken many professional cooking classes. She was a party planner in New Jersey, Florida and Arizona for events with 10-100 guests. For many of these events she prepared meals and baked pastries, cakes, tarts and cookies. She has taught numerous cooking classes. Her love of baking stated at a young age, once she could lift the heavy Kitchen Aide mixer out of the cabinet and onto the counter. She frequently baked after school, surprising her family with a pie or other desserts made from scratch. Her love of party planning began when she would arrange platters of foods and desserts for her parents’ dinner parties.
PRESSURE COOKING, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Tuesdays, January 17, 31 and February 7, RH Johnson Rip and Sew Room, limited to 10 people; $45 fee.
Pow! Zap! Blam! These are noises you will not hear in this exciting cooking class. Oohs and Aahs are more likely. You will learn about today’s must have appliance, the redesigned Pressure Cooker. Observe how the newest generation of cookers works more effectively, why you need not be scared of using a pressure cooker, and how it will become your favorite partner in the kitchen. You do not have to have a pressure cooker to take this class, what you do need is a love of good, healthy food and a fast way of preparing it. In three lessons, you will learn to make some yummy dishes in a fraction of the normal time. You will get more recipes to try at home and learn how to convert all your favorite meals. Bring your appetite and containers for the leftovers (as if there will be any!). Some sample dishes include Risotto, Cheesecake, Chili and others.
Instructor Eva Weisberg has a love of cooking. She taught for 22 years in an adult community center in Fredericksburg, VA where she lived. While living in New York City she took some professional cooking classes and her enjoyment of cooking has stayed constant through the years.
- March 29
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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- Tamra Stark
- 623 544-6194