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Bird Basics
How-to Cut up a Whole Chicken
Cutting It Up in the Kitchen
RECIPE: Roast Chicken with Mustard Butter
Roasting Favorites
Spatchcock a Chicken!
RECIPE: Chicken, Rice Salad with Mint Pesto & Peas
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We have a great line-up of classes underway! It's a great way to spend an evening or day!  We look forward to having you in our kitchen soon! Cooking classes make a great date night too! Get all of the details on our website's Cooking Class page or Click the Class Titles below. 

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Saturday, April 9 - Detailed & Decorated: Perfect Sugar Cookies - 11:00 a.m. - Sugar cookies can be a challenge for even the best baker.  They are either to soft and crumble or they are so hard that they aren't delicious even though they look good.  Kezia Whitteker has tips and tricks for perfect sugar cookies. Flooding sugar cookies for a professional look. Flavoring your icing to achieve different holiday favorites.  Don't let this cookie stump you any longer.  Just in time for Easter, this class will help you make perfect cookies you'll be proud to serve and share with others!



Tuesday, April 12th - The Miracle of Puff Pastry - 6:30 p.m. -
There is no single item in the kitchen as versatile as the unassuming puff pastry.  It can be sweet, savory.  Main course, appetizer, dessert.  The possibilities are endless.  Janice Skousen has recipes that showcase this convenience item to it's fullest potential. In addition to being delicious, this product is easy to work with and can be a real life-saver in a pinch!

Thursday, April 14 - Wraps & Spring Rolls - 6:30 p.m. - Whether you're looking for a quick meal on the go, a main course, or appetizers...Look no further! This class has wonderful recipes from Tiffany Jeppsen that will satisfy any of your cravings.  These foods are delicious, healthy, and fun. 


Saturday, April 16 - A Better Basket: Homemade Easter Confections - 11:00 a.m. -  

While peeps, jelly beans, and chocolate bunnies are the traditional favorites, this year, make a "better basket"!  Kezia Whitteker has tons of homemade Easter treats for filling up the kiddies baskets. Learn to make chocolate dipped marshmallow cream eggs, chocolate coconut eggs, peanut butter cream eggs, jelly bean bark and lots of other fun ideas for the Easter Basket and Table! Cute packaging and gift wrapping ideas included.

Tuesday, April 19 - 15 Minute Pasta Dinners - 6:30 p.m. - Sometimes we are desperate for anything quick for dinner.  Rather than turning to fast food or frozen food, how about a 15 minute pasta dinner.  Lindsey Owens has recipes to share that are fast and delicious.  By the time the pasta is cooked, dinner will be ready to get on the table.  


Wednesday, April 20 -  Hands On Whole Wheat Bread - 1:00 p.m. - Come learn from our in-store instructor how to make delicious wheat bread using freshly ground wheat flour.  Instructor will also demonstrate how to make our cinnamon/currant variation.  Includes pan and one loaf of bread to take home. 


Thursday, April 21 - Spring & Summer Salads - 6:30 p.m. - Salads can be a light and refreshing side dish in the spring and summer or a main course that won't heat up your house.   Leah Nielsen, local caterer has recipes that will add some new variety to the old favorites.  Bring them to a BBQ, summer picnic, or just enjoy them at home.  These dishes are versatile and delicious!


We have more wonderful classes planned! Learn more on our website's Cooking Class page.

Recipe: Roast Chicken with Basil, Scallion, Lemon Butter, & Potatoes
Cooking Tips
Secrets to Roasting Chicken
Bird Basics
Food Safety
How to Cut Up a Whole ChickenSteps 1 & 2
Step 3 & 4Steps 5, 6 & 7
Cutting it up in the Kitchen
Recipe: Roast Chicken with Mustard Butter
Roasting Favorites
How to Spatchcock a ChickenMaking Stock
Recipe: Chicken and Rice Salad with Mint Pesto and Peas

Cookbook Review

A Bird in the Oven and then Some by Mindy Fox. Copyright 2010. Published by Kyle Books


We'd fallen for the convenience of buying just boneless chicken breasts when we came across this book. Through it, we were reintroduced to rich, delicious flavors long forgotten. We reached for our roasting pan and turned on the oven. To our delight, the results were better than expected, and roasted chicken dishes are now back on our menu. In this cookbook, we found complete instructions for how to roast a good bird and many variations for unique flavors. A Bird in the Oven provides "20 Ways to Roast the Perfect Chicken plus 80 Delectable Recipes" to accompany the flavorful roasted bird. The choices include vegetable sides in some unique variations, a chapter on Roast Chicken Salads, another on Roast Chicken Soups, a section on chicken with Pasta and Rice Dishes, and a finale chapter covering Brunch and Lunch. The full-color photography is stunning and inspirational throughout the entire book.

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Celebrate spring with some freshly roasted chicken as the centerpiece on your menu and table!

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