Are you interested in learning how to bake Austrian bread? Your do you want to know how to make cheese spaetzle and apple strudel from scratch?
Do you live in the Boston area? Then come and join my classes about Austrian Breads and Austrian Cuisine at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education in Cambridge, MA.
Sunday April 9, 2017, 11am-3pm
In this hands-on class you will learn how to make a delicious sunflower seed bread, a sourdough bread and how to braid a sweet Rosinenzopf (typical Austrian yeast braid with raisins). You will not need any special equipment and all recipes are easy to follow. You will enjoy a taste of all the breads we make in class. At the end, you will leave with a 2-year old sourdough starter to bake your own bread at home. Register at the CCAE.
Austrian cuisine: Apple strudel & cheese spaetzle
Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 6pm-9pm
This class will bring you right into the heart of European cooking tradition. Austrian and Viennese cooking is well known around the globe. In this class, we will prepare an authentic Austrian three-course menu. You will learn from me, an Austrian native, how to shape dumplings for a classic semolina dumpling soup, and how to make pasta from scratch for cheese spaetzle with bacon and caramelized onions – a dish from the Alps. For dessert, we will prepare Vienna’s signature dish: apple strudel. Learn how to make the pastry dough from scratch, to prepare the filling, and the nuts and bolts of rolling everything into a perfectly flakey strudel.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
To register hop over to the CCAE site.