Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 7! We have been planning a great getaway day of pampering and shopping for you and your friends. We will be giving away seven gift baskets (one from each sponsoring shop). The Kitchen Shoppe will be doing a variety of demos all day long. You won’t want to miss this day.
At Sue’s bread making school, there was a lot of emphasis on gluten free recipes. The Kitchen Shoppe now has gluten free bread and pizza dough mix. We also have a great recipe book that covers all aspects of gluten free cooking.
Sharon’s Country Store is located behind Subway (near Java Junction on Hwy 2). Their bakery prepares absolutely great scones and other baked goods. They also stock a wide variety of bulk foods that are very reasonably priced. I have been working with them to add the grains and products that we use in our breadmaking classes and items for gluten free baking. They are planning to add soups in the future. Telephone number: 447-2100. They open at 9 a.m. Monday thru Saturday.
If you’ve been thinking about investing in a Bosch or Nutrimill, now is the best time. Starting on October 1 and continuing through December 31, The Kitchen Shoppe will be having a Bosch (and related products) Sale.
- Universal Plus + Slicer Shredder Combo MSRP: $619.99 Sale: $449.99
- Universal Plus + Nutrimill Combo MSRP: $769.99 Sale: $599.99
(With each combo, purchase 1 blender for $29.99- regularly $69.99)
- L’Equip Stick Blender MSRP: $79.99 Sale: $59.99
- Cloer 2 Slice Toaster MSRP: $59.99 Sale: $29.99
- Stainless Steel Bowl MSRP: $89.99 Sale: $49.99
- Nutrimill MSRP:$289.99 Sale: $239.99
If you enjoyed seeing Julie & Julia, why don’t you plan to try out one of her recipes and bring it to share at a Julia potluck at the Kitchen Shoppe? I plan to try her Beef Bourguignon Recipe. If you are interested in participating, please RSVP by email or call 447-4600. If we have more than 10, I will arrange for a larger location. (Note: If you need the French style pans she used, the shop carries the Mario Batalli enamel covered cast iron pans that are comparable in quality to Le Creuset but more reasonably priced.)
Instructor: Linda McCormick Time: 3:30 to 5:30
Kids will prepare a ghoulish Halloween lunch that is frightening to look at but good to eat! (Class size limited to 7)
Cost: $20 (Teens: $15)
Instructor: Ken Smith Time: 6 to 8
Ken will show you how use a master dough to create dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls and Danish pastries in a variety of unique shapes. He will show you a number of relatively easy tricks that will make you look like a pastry chef.