Kitchen Arts: Get on Board with Charcuterie!

  • Sunday, December 12, 2021
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code KI121221KB
  • 3


  • $45 tuition + $20 materials fee
  • $35 tuition + $20 materials fee

    Please note that this class is for ages 21+

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This class is for ages 21+

Add charcuterie to your kitchen wheel house in this hour and a half class at BARN. Led by Kimber Brown you’ll learn how to create a meal for two (or appetizers for 4) on a serving board of your choice that will not only look amazing but will dazzle those who you invite to devour it.

Featuring a Mediterranean theme, you’ll be making hummus from scratch, slicing and dicing veggies and cheeses, and layering all the ingredients, which include; salami, olives, naan, and dolmus into a beautiful, colorful gastronomical feast. When your creation is finished, you’ll step back and say, “Wow! I made that!”

We’ll supply the ingredients and a glass (or two) of vino – you come with a serving board such as a ceramic or glass plate or platter, a wood slab – like a cutting board, or metal tray. As for size, plan for something in the range of 6” to 11” across x 12” to 16” long or up to a 14” circle. If it’s larger, no problem. We’ll create in the space you provide. Also, bring two to three small bowls that will fit onto your board to hold dips and other food items, about 3 – 4 inches across.


  • We are partnering with our Woodshop studio by offering a Try It! Make a Charcuterie Board or a Folk Cutting Board class on Saturday, December 4th beginning at 9:00am. Make a charcuterie board to bring to this Kitchen Arts class! To read more about the offering in our Woodshop, click here.
  • To comply with WA State Health Department guidelines, please wear closed-toe shoes to class.
  • BARN will be practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. More details can be found here.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to complete our simple form.

    Instructor: Kimber Brown
    Never one to back away from a fun kitchen experience, Kimber discovered the world of building food boards when a friend gifted her a board book and a food board for her birthday.  Both items sat until this past summer when she cracked open the book and immediately scoured her larder for the starting ingredients of what became the first of many boards. From savory to sweet each board she creates has its own style and flavor but all are guaranteed to wow. Also, as a woodworker Brown looks forward to creating more boards for her collection to use for when she says, “I am bored – let’s make a board!”

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