EGACE to offer holiday cooking classes | Community
Looking for that perfect cooking class to learn how to prepare delicious treats for the holidays? Look no further – Elk Grove Adult and Community Education (EGACE) is offering two fun, affordable classes to teach you how to prepare your own scrumptious treats at home. Classes are held in Room 1 at the EGACE campus (8401-B Gerber Road, Sacramento). Upcoming classes include:
Chocolate Gifts from the Kitchen
Almond bark, chocolate dipped caramel pretzels, chocolate cherries and more! Students learn professional candy-making tips, storage and packaging tricks, as well as the best local and online places to shop for supplies. In this class, students will have hands-on practice and expert guidance ensures that creations turn out perfectly. Students will gain plenty of recipes to take home and should bring an apron to class.
Date: Monday, November 26, 2012
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Fee: $34, plus a $15 materials fee, payable in class
This absolutely delicious and fun class will have you rolling and dipping truffles! Learn the best methods for garnishing and storing your creations. Surprise your family and friends with these homemade creations. Join Instructor, Michelle Lee of Michelle Lee’s Truffles and Specialty Chocolate for this fun and affordable class!
Date: Monday, December 3, 2012
Time: 6:30 p .m. to 8:30 p.m.
Fee: $34, plus a $15 materials fee payable in class
For more information or to register for classes, contact Therese Schultz at (916) 525-4744, ext. 2104 or email@example.com. Students can also register online at http://egace-egusd-ca.schoolloop.com/.
Source: Elk Grove Unified School District
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