Did you miss the the first class in the new Winter Baking Series from the Sitka Kitch? Well, it’s back by popular demand and you have a second chance to learn how to bake sourdough bread in the third class of the Winter Baking Series at the Sitka Kitch. The Sourdough Bread With Carolyn Rice class takes place from 6-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at the Sitka Kitch community commercial kitchen. (NOTE, this date has changed from what initially was announced.) This class will be similar to the class she taught on Jan. 14 to open the Winter Baking Series.
In this class, Carolyn will teach students how to make delicious sourdough bread. With just a little bit of instructions you’ll be on your way to making your own crusty, customized loaves.
Information on future Winter Baking Series classes will be posted when it becomes available. Here is a link to some scenes from Carolyn’s first class on sourdough bread, to give you a flavor for the class.
Raised in a tiny town in the Colorado Rockies, Carolyn has since lived all over the American West. Now, she “kind of” hails from Portland, Ore. — but feels at home generally in kitchens and when her feet are dirty. She loves to make sourdough bread, run, write poetry, and watch sunsets.
The registration deadline is 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22. Space is limited, so register early to secure your place in the class. We need at least eight students to register and pre-pay to make this class happen. The class costs $40, which is part of our new all-inclusive fee system (you no longer have to pay a class fee to register, then a separate food/supply fee). You can register and pre-pay using credit/debit cards or PayPal on our EventSmart page, http://sitkakitch.eventsmart.com (click on class title and follow instructions to register). For those wanting to pre-pay with cash or check, please call Chandler O’Connell or Clarice Johnson at Sitka Conservation Society (747-7509) to arrange a payment.
Current (paid) members of the Sitka Food Co-op are now able to attend the classes for $30 each (the co-op will cover the other $10 of your class fee). Please use the Sitka Food Co-Op ticket when you register and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org letting them know you’re in the class. (NOTE, Only one person per Co-op household may use the Co-op discount per class. Please name that person when you register so the name can be checked against the Co-op membership list.)
For more information about the class, contact Jasmine Shaw at 747-9440. We do offer one potential scholarship spot per class for people with limited incomes, so long as we have enough students registered to make the class happen. Contact Chandler at SCS for more details about the scholarship. This class is a fundraiser for the Sitka Kitch.
Also, the Sitka Kitch is hosting a vegetarian Indian food buffet fundraiser and silent auction from 5:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, at Beak Restaurant. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the silent auction closes at 7:30 p.m. Seating is limited for this event, so register early. The cost is $40, with all proceeds going to the Sitka Kitch to promote new classes.
Students should enter the Sitka Lutheran Church through the back entrance (through the alley off Harbor Drive by the old Bev’s Flowers and Gifts location). The door on the right should be open for students to enter. Please do not park in the church’s back parking lot. Please use the public parking lots off Harbor Drive.
The Sitka Kitch also has a new class cancelation policy. If you register for a class, then find out you can’t attend, please email us at email@example.com and we may be able to help fill your slot through our waiting list. If you cancel from the class at least five days in advance (eg, by Wednesday the week before for a Monday class), you are eligible for a partial refund of your class fee, minus $5 for processing (in this case, $35). If you need to cancel with less than five days advance notice, there is no refund.
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