There were so many things I said I would never do as a parent and then I became one. I swore my baby would be on a schedule, I would not give him a soother, I would never have him in our bed, the list goes on and on. However, there was one thing I said I would do and have so far stuck to it and that’s making my own baby food. This way I know what’s going into his little tummy and since he’s well into solids now it’s actually pretty fun concocting new recipes and experimenting with all the purees! My biggest issue (and I’m sure many others) is that there’s never enough time in a day. Being a working mom and having others watch your baby means you don’t always get a say about what goes in their tummies. Plus, since I enjoy food so much I’m not really into basing our meals around his simplistic tastes. So, I was only really left with one option: a 3 hour cook fest …
Looking for a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Join us for our fun Mini Cake Workshop! Learn how to mask a mini cake with buttercream icing and decorate your cake with Fondant. When: Sunday, April 21st Time: 2-4pm Cost: $30 per registrant (children under the age of 5 need to be accompanied by an adult). $10 per child under the age of 5 years.
Our Fall Schedule and Calendar are up! If you’re looking for classes for this fall, look no further! We have everything from baking to hip hop. If you have any questions or inquiries about scheduling please feel to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great project you can do with your kids or on your own! If you’re going to do it with your kids, you can take the opportunity to talk about reducing, reusing and recycling . You can use these nifty tin can holders to hold just about anything. We use them in the art studio and the kitchen! Here’s a list of materials and step by step guide to help you! Materials 6 Tin Cans (all same size) Nail Hammer Drill 6 Screws (plus two for the handle) small 2×4 wood (scrap pile at Home Depot) Metal Handle (purchased at Home Depot) Can of Black Spray Paint (or colour of your choice) STEPS 1) Spray all tin cans, 2×4 and handle with spray paint (make sure to do this in well ventilated area) 2) Once cans have fully dried, use the hammer and nail to knock a small hole in each can in the appropriate spot. You can then make the hole bigger by holding the can against the 2×4 and using the …
Although Roasted Chicken is not an one hour/one dinner recipe the class was very eager to learn how to make it. Here are some photos from our fun class this evening.
This week our 1 Hour/1 Dinner class made Spaghetti Squash Carbonara from scratch, as well as a delicious Roasted Tomato, Proscuitto & Asparagus Salad. If you’re interested in obtaining the recipe for either dish please contact us at email@example.com
Here’s a photograph from our 1 Hour/1 Dinner class. This evening we made stuffed trout with zucchini salad and it was absolutely delicious! Next week we’ll be tackling something entirely different, stay tuned for some more photographs.
Not only will we be offering making minis this year, we’ll also be offering making mini cakes too! If you sign up for our adult baking class you can learn how to make these fantastic, little mini cakes. Not only are they adorable, but they are perfect for one serving size and are great to serve at your next dinner party! One cake’s flowers were made with gumpaste and the other with modelling chocolate. Each has its own benefits however. Gumpaste tends to dry out extremely quickly and will sometimes crack. Gumpaste is often used to make flowers and decorative pieces as it can be rolled out very thin. Modelling chocolate is similar to a clay like substance and is easier to smooth out your seems with. Both are very pliable materials and are fantastic to use for decorating cakes.