Thu, Mar 16|
Wholesome Roots Cooking
**Preteen/Teen** This is the fifth class in our French Cooking series!
Time & Location
Mar 16, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EDT
Wholesome Roots Cooking, 14411 Lima Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46818, USA
About the Event
Mar 16th, 6-7:30PM
This class is for middle school and high school students!
We are trying out a new class just for middle school and high school students! Some of you have asked for classes for your older child that will continue to challenge and inspire their cooking passion. In these classes we plan on teaching about different kitchen appliances and cooking methods. You will also see more specialty classes. Invite your child's friends along so we can keep these classes going and continue to inspire kids with culinary skills!
Tartiflette is an iconic French dish, and is typical of the Savoy region. It comes in the form of a gratin made from sautéed potatoes, sliced smoked bacon, onions, and garlic. Finally, there’s creme fraiche and Reblochon, a locally produced cow’s milk cheese.
Tartiflette is also found in the Mont Blanc region, as well as on both sides of the border, in the Aosta Valley. Each component is put together and baked until the cheese and cream brown on the surface.
All classes must meet a mininum enrollment requirement!
This is good for one student in middle or high school.
SIBLING Preteen/Teen TBD
This can only be purchased if one ticket at full price has been purchased. This is only good for a SIBLING!
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