Kitchen Arts & related upcoming events

    • Monday, November 27, 2017
    • 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code KI1117MS
    • 4
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    Early release 8-13 Cooks in the kitchen.


    prep and cook your meal.

    Watch your 8-13 year old Cook like a pro.

    Marcela Sandoval is a classically trained Chef and has years of cooking abroad and instructing kids of all ages.  She will lead the cooking 101 class.  Knives, Pans, and cooking.  Skills and techniques will be taught.  And since cooking is 90 percent cleaning we will be cleaning as well.  Age 14 and above can sign up on their own and are welcome in this class.


    Adults can sign up right alongside their kids or can just watch/Volunteer.


    One Adult must be present for the child to take the class


    Please bring cash or check of $10.00 for materials fees

    • Monday, November 27, 2017
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code KI1017KK
    • 11
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    Orientation and Open Studio Time

    We will be making pies for a community service project. Please sign up if you want to attend or help.

    Are you interested in Kitchen Arts? Do you have some of your own projects that you would like to experiment with in our BARN kitchen? Practice your Holiday cookies. Join us for open studio! This is a time set aside for members to use the kitchen for their own projects. You bring your own ingredients and equipment, use the facilities, and leave it clean. No registration is necessary, but check the calendar for dates.


     Non members drop in fee is $10.00

    In order to participate in open studio time, you need to  attend a Kitchen Orientation and complete the online module for receiving your food handler's license.

    The required course and test is available at foodworkercard.wa.gov and costs $10.
    *Note: Other websites that appear to offer a similar card online are not valid in Washington.





    • Tuesday, November 28, 2017
    • 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Studio KI117AW
    • 0

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    King Arthur Bakealong

    Join us for November's monthly make and take! You will be participating in King Arthur's monthly bake-along challenge. November's recipe is Cinnamon Star Bread, a candidate for your family's new favorite holiday bread. We'll have the ingredients set up in the kitchen and we'll all learn together.

    The recipe for this bread can be found here.

    This is a free class and is a BARN Members only class (part of the perks of being a member).  Please register either online, by calling, or by emailing Tammie@BainbridgeBARN.org so we know who will be attending. There will be a materials fee of $5.00 for ingredients, which will be added when you register and check out online. If you choose not to pay online, please bring a check in the amount of $5 to class. 

    Occasionally, the bakealong classes we will be scheduling in the future may require you to bring some of your own equipment or a pan. This November's class requires no special equipment.





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    • Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code KI1117LE
    • 0

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    Holiday Cookie Decoration utilizing Royal Icing.

    Join us for an introduction and tutorial on royal icing - how to make it, commonly used consistencies and how to properly achieve them, how to tint and flavor, and how to achieve different effects. Royal icing allows bakers to achieve a professional finished look, and the completed cookies make fabulous holiday gifts!

    Participants will be decorating winter themed vanilla bean sugar cookies, and will take home their decorated cookies to enjoy.









    Lauren Ellington- blogger, foodie, teacher

    Lauren Ellington is a new transplant to the Pacific Northwest, who loves discovering new restaurants, amateur cooking, blogging at MadetoBorder.com, and has a passion for home-baked pies!


     $20.00 for materials fees to be paid at time of registration


    any questions please contact

     kitchen-2.lead@bainbridgebarn.org

    • Saturday, December 02, 2017
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code: KI1217HR
    • 13
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    Join Hugh Remash, sommelier and winemaker, in a class that enhances the wine experience from getting better value for money spent to savoring wine

    Hugh Remash talks wine:      

    "So, you drink and enjoy wine. You know what you like. Why not grasp why a certain wine appeals, changes a mood, brings back memories? Why not find out what stirs those pleasures?
    To increase your enjoyment?".

    Hugh will pour and talk about Wines including the following or similar:

    Chardonnay:

    CA Talley Estate
    OR Broadley
    FR Courtault 

    Pinot

    OR Cristom
    FR Dm Raphet

    Merlot

    WA L'Ecole
    CA Chappellet

    Cabernet

    WA Kiona
    CA Bishop's

    Italy

    Tuscany Uccelliera
    Piedmont Bricco

    Spain

    Rioja Muga
    Jumilla Juan Gil

    There is an additional $65 materials fee that will be added to the cost of the class and totaled when you register and pay online. If you would like to mail or bring a check to BARN, please include the additional $65 materials fee. Total cost for Members: $90, total cost for Non-Members: $95

    Class is for ages 21+

    • Monday, December 11, 2017
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code: KI1217SS+
    • 27
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    Master your chef's knife!  Knife Expert Scott Severinson will take you through a master's class using some of the best knives in the world.

    Join Zwilling, JA Henckels, Scott Severinson, and BARN for a special Knife Skills Master class. After almost 40 years in the cutlery industry, Scott Severinson is truly a knife expert. He will explain the importance of a good, sharp knife, and expand on why there are different blade shapes for each purpose in the kitchen. Scott will show us how to hold and use each blade properly and will also demonstrate how to maintain and sharpen our knives so they will continue to perform like the day we brought them home. 

    Knife skills class will include:

    How to hold your knife.
    How to use your knife.
    How to sharpen your knife.
    Master your chef's knife.

    Each student will go home with a paring knife from Zwilling Valued at $65.00

    *There will be knives for purchase through The Berry Patch at special event-only pricing so please bring cash or checks so you don’t miss out on these great kitchen essentials.


    If you have any questions please contact Kell Killian at kellkillian@mac.com


    • Wednesday, December 13, 2017
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code: KI1217LE-2
    • 14
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    Holiday Cookie Decoration utilizing Royal Icing.

    Join us for part two of our introduction and tutorial on royal icing -how to make it, commonly used consistencies and how to properly achieve them, how to tint and flavor, and how to achieve different effects. Royal icing allows bakers to achieve a professional finished look, and the completed cookies make fabulous holiday gifts!
     
    Our November 29th class will be utilizing a vanilla bean sugar cookie base, and for part two in December we will use a spiced sugar cookie. New attendees are welcome to the December class, as are returning participants from the first class who wish to get in additional practice using this design variation. 

    Participants will be decorating winter themed spiced sugar cookies, and will take home their decorated cookies to enjoy.


     


    $20.00 for materials fees to be paid at time of registration.

    Lauren Ellington- blogger, foodie, teacher

    Lauren Ellington is a new transplant to the Pacific Northwest, who loves discovering new restaurants, amateur cooking, blogging at MadetoBorder.com, and has a passion for home-baked pies!

    Any questions please contact:

    kitchen-2.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

    • Monday, January 08, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Studio KI0118MZ
    • 16
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    In this class you will learn about new kitchen gadgets – the ones that are worth their storage space! Your instructor, Myra Zocher will be leading the demonstration with one of her favorite new gizmos – the spiralizer. We will spiralize a few vegetables, and discuss the advantages of this type machine.

    Share your ideas by bringing your own favorite gadget, along with a food item to demo it with. 

    Test Kitchen is a series of cooking demonstrations — and tastings. It's free to members but please register so we know how many to plan for. $10 for Non-Members.

    About the Instructor:  Kitchen Arts Cabinet member and local resident Myra Zocher will lead the demonstration. She is the owner of A Woman Sconed - A small Granola company that is sold locally.

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    • Wednesday, January 10, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Writers' Studio, Class Code WR0118KL
    • 6
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    Materials fee: $5, due at beginning of class.

    If you love to cook and stay in the creative mode while knife is in hand, you can discover that putting in writing what you just crafted can be quite tricky. Learn to write about food with Kathryn Lafond.  Together, you will work with a variety of edible prompts to help keep the juices flowing. Discover what you believe about food and your relationship with the plants and animals who nourish you. Examine the difference between object and subject; how we can approach food writing with new perspectives; and by all means possible use ALL our senses.

    Instructor: Newly published, Northwest author Kathryn Lafond, known for her love of ceremony and song−including at meal time, spent nearly 10 years writing Seasoned with Gratitude: 250 Recipes and Blessings Celebrating the Greater Nourishment of Real Food. For over 20 years she has served her Bainbridge Island community as an Intuitive Energy Healer, spiritual guide, writer, health coach, home-chef, and singer, as well as teacher of Wild Foods and Medicine classes.

    “Lafond writes with an infectious enthusiasm that keeps the pages flipping.”  - Kirkus Reviews

    • Saturday, January 13, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code: KI1117CS
    • 16
    Register

    UNTANGLING THE VINES
    The Fast Track to Wine Knowledge Domination
    with Chip Sellarole

    This is a entertaining 1½ hour, sit-down tasting class with four wines, a smallplate of cheese, crackers and chocolate for food pairing. Chip will be available for a Q&A session after class for those who want to dig deeper into the world of wine and food.

    o Demystifying Wine 

    o Debunking wine myths and de-snobifying wine jargon

    o The Top Ten things to know about wine
    o The Real Deal About Tasting

    o Mapping your own palate, the key to finding wines you like

    o What do aroma and glassware have to do with it?

    o Wine and food pairing hacks

    Seating is limited so sign up today.

    There will be an additional materials fee of $35 that will be added to the cost of tuition when you sign up online. If paying by check please be sure to include the materials fee.



    Instructor:

    Chip Sellarole currently a Seattle based consultant, has been taking the "snob" out of wine for over 32 years. Trained by some of the most pre-eminent wine snobs, he has transformed this knowledge into a practical and entertaining program beneficial for all wine lovers.

    Chip has worked in retail, distribution and education, including owning his own wine shop and The Outer Banks Wine University, where he turned out a whole new generation of snob-free wine drinkers.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact

    kitchen-2.lead@bainbridgebarn.org

     

    • Thursday, January 25, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Studio K012518NT
    • 8
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    Join Chef Nancy Travis for a hands-on demonstration on vegetarian cooking. This class will be a specific focus on tofu, tempeh, and miso, thereby creating plant based dishes using traditional soy products.

    There will be an additional materials fee of $15.00, which will be added to the cost of class when you register online. If writing a check, please be sure to include the materials fee.

    About the Instructor, Nancy Travis: "Early in life I delighted in cooking for my family. My father instilled an appreciation of quality food with beautiful presentation. Drawn to the health aspects of plant-based cooking as an adult, in the 90’s I studied at the Natural Gourmet Cookery School and learned macrobiotics at the Vega Institute. I furthered my natural foods expertise through operating a vegetarian restaurant in Seattle, with a focus on whole foods. After raising my children full-time, I went back to professional cooking in 2009 starting a business as a personal chef on Bainbridge Island, and operating  a small 'grab and go' café for two years in a yoga center. Then in 2016, I completed a certificate in Plant-Based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. I bring more than 20 years of experience in plant-based meal preparation and love helping people reach their goals for wellness."

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    • Sunday, January 28, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • BARN Kitchen Studio KI012818WC
    • 16
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    Join Wayne and Tina Chang as they present how to create dumplings in celebration of Chinese New Year! You will create the dumpling dough and learn to roll out the wrappers, prep a variety of fillings, and practice how to properly fold and shape the dumplings. Dumplings will be prepared using one of two cooking methods that will be demonstrated. Your prepared dumplings will be enjoyed as a light meal, alongside a small side and soup.


    There will be an additional materials fee of $20.00, which will be added to the cost of the class when you register online. If paying by check, please be sure to include the materials fee.

    About the Instructors: Wayne & Tina are recent transplants to Bainbridge Island. Wayne grew up in a restaurant family and ran his own restaurant for 16 years before moving to the island. In their families, cultural traditions and gatherings always revolved around sharing, making, and eating food. They are thrilled to have this opportunity to share this little p
    art of their culture with the community.


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