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Our Cooking Classroom
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UPCOMING CLASSES!
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Thursday, February 28th
6:00 - 8:00 pm

 
Ingredient Spotlight - All Things Egg
It is said that the 100 pleats in a chef's hat represent the myriad of ways that one can cook an egg. From over-easy to omelet, coddled to carbonara, learn some of the fun and exciting ways to transform this basic ingredient into next level dishes. $60 Hands On
 
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Egg Drop Soup
Salad Lyonnaise
Pancetta Carbonara
Egg-Battered Vegetables
Angel Food Cake with Sabayon Sauce
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Friday, March 1st
6:00 - 8:00 pm

 
Global Cuisines - Spices of India
Modern Day India's cuisine reflects a 5000-year history of various groups and cultures interacting. This has led to a diversity of flavors and regional cuisine. In this class you will see just how easy it is to cook your favorite Indian dishes. $60 Hands On
 
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House-made Naan with Coriander Chutney
Tandoori Chicken with Cucumber Raita
Gobi Chana - Chickpea & Cauliflower Curry
Indian Tomato Rice
Mango Lassi
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Thursday, March 7th
6:00 - 8:00 pm


Chef's Table - Vermont's Sweet Nectar
Maple Sugar Season is Vermont's Fifth Season (sometimes shared by Mud Season) --that special time of year when sap is collected from sugar maple trees and boiled down to make maple syrup. In this class we will use our famous Vermont maple syrup to create a special meal using the golden nectar. Real Vermont maple syrup is so special that its very presence in a dish inspires attention. $60 Hands On

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Spinach Salad with Fried Goat Cheese & Maple Vinaigrette
Maple-Soy Glazed Salmon
Roasted Carrots in Maple Orange Glaze
Maple, Bacon & Corn Pancakes
Maple Whoopie Pies
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For the complete listing of all upcoming classes please click on the image below.
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Schedule of Classes
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The Store

5275 Main St.

Route 100

Waitsfield, VT 05673

(802) 496-4465

www.kitchenatthestore.com
Store Hours
Open Daily
Excluding some holidays
THE STORE is a wonderful mix of distinctive kitchenware, gourmet gifts and decorative accessories. The old 1834 Methodist Meeting House is filled with every gadget and pot or pan a cook or chef could need, displayed along with imported pottery, cookbooks, linens, gourmet and Vermont foods, bath items, and much more – all exquisitely displayed upon antiques and over oriental rugs.

Upstairs at The Store, you’ll find an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century English and American country antiques. The best kept secret at The Store is down the hallway in the back. There you will find a beautiful kitchen where cooking classes are held. The on-premise Chef is available to answer all your questions about food or gadgets and she teaches amazing classes.

For over 50 years, The Store has served the Mad River Valley and its many visitors from around the globe. The knowledgeable and warm service that greets customers at The Store is what sets it apart.