Designed for parent and child to discover the love of cooking together! Learn basic cooking techniques and skills. Each class will cover different topics. For children ages 8-12, accompanied by a parent. To register, please call 720.865.0325 x 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As Chad Robertson recounts in Tartine Bread, bread is an art form: “Each loaf would tell the hands of the baker who made it, and each would also have its own expression.” For many, bread making—the act of punching down dough, letting it rise, and shaping loafs—is a form of meditation, if not obsession. Jeff Cleary of Golden’s Grateful Bread Co. joins 5280’s Food Editor Amanda M. Faison, to discuss the dynamic process of turning flour and water into a food that has captivated humans for millennia.
Sample a well-known coffee prepared five different ways on a beautiful September morning. Learn tips from the experts at Copper Door Coffee Roasters using items you may already have at home, as well as tools you may not have seen since Chemistry class! Show your library card in their shop anytime during the month of September for 10% off!
Is your summer garden overflowing with veggies? Are you interested in preserving some of your fruits and vegetables?
Check out our small batch canning demonstration on processing your own harvest for storage.
Sticky Fingers Cooking: We are cooking up fun with Sticky Finger Cooking School! Come learn kitchen techniques and make yummy (and healthy) food at these cooking classes for little chefs. Registration is required and attendance is limited to 20. For ages 8-12.