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SUNDAY BRUNCH CLASSES

 

Join us Sunday mornings as we prepare some of the traditional brunch favorites along with some modern twists on good old bacon and eggs! Remember to BYOB if you want to enjoy something while we cook. We'll have lots of fresh orange juice and everything to make our famous bloody Mary mix, plus lots of  stemware and ice.

 

 

Please remember that we can't offer refunds to classes because our seating is very limited. If you can't make a class, you can send a friend in your place. Email us at least six hours before the class starts and let us know who will be taking your place. Schola is BYOB so bring a bottle or two of whatever you'd like to enjoy while cooking and eating. 

 

NEW CLASS! Sunday Funday Bloody Mary Brunch - Sunday August 8, 11:30AM

Please join us for some decadent brunch favorites including a Bloody Mary bar with all of the fixins'. Remember, we are BYOB so you will need to bring your own alcohol.  $65.  TICKETS

Menu:

  • Prime Rib Potato Hash with Poached Eggs & Hollandaise

  • Sausage Biscuits & Gravy

  • Buttermilk Chocolate Chip Pancakes & Seasonal Fruit

  • A make-your-own Omelette Station!

Brunch 'Southern Style' - Sunday September 5, 11:30AM

Nothing says comfort food as well as a good 'ole Southern Brunch! We’ll bake cheddar biscuits with sausage gravy, poach eggs over cast iron skillets of fried potatoes, bacon and onions and make cheesy grits with garlic roasted tomatoes and onions. We’ll finish with Dutch Babies with apple bourbon raisin compote. $59     TICKETS

Brunch 'Italian Style' - Sunday October 3, 11:30AM

Although brunch isn’t something you would do while in Italy, we thought it’d be fun to take some of our favorite Italian dishes and adopt them for early morning consumption. Join us in the morning for some coffee and Bomboloni, the classic Italian doughnut fresh from the fryer. We’ll then make eggs poached in tomato sauce on toasted Italian bread rubbed with garlic, the classic breakfast pasta, Carbonara, a tomato & basil frittata, potatoes & pancetta and the classic sweet ricotta pastry in pasta frolla. $59   TICKETS

Brunch ‘Country French’ - Sunday October 17, 11:30AM

Everyone thinks French food is very rich and everyone says breakfast is the most important meal of the day so, why not make it a rich one! The class will bake the cheese of France, Brie, in puff pastry with strawberry compote, make the traditional Far Breton with raisins and Cognac, bake asparagus, potato and goat cheese omelets and top salmon on the traditional French Bread with Hollandaise. $59.  TICKETS

Greek Brunch - Sunday October 24, 11:30AM

Everybody loves the healthy ‘Mediterranean’ diet of Greece. So, we thought it would be fun to take some of these classic Greek dishes and make them for brunch. Join us as we bake almond olive oil cake muffins Loukoumades - drizzled with honey, cinnamon and walnuts, Tyropita – cheese pies topped with a poached egg, a decadent lamb & potato hash and baked eggs with tomato & feta topped with tzatziki. $59.  TICKETS

Tex-Mex Brunch - Sunday November 7, 11:30AM

We both enjoy Tex-Mex for breakfast and heck…it’s a cuisine that makes sense at every meal with big bright flavors and bold interpretations of native Mexican cooking. The cuisine is based on the culinary creations of the Tejano people of Texas and has spread from border states such as Texas and others in the Southwestern United States to the rest of the country and beyond. We'll make cast iron skillets of moist Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread, Huevos Rancheros - poached eggs on corn tortillas with salsa, an upscale version of the Breakfast Burrito and Potato Hash studded with Chorizo. And, for the sweet tooth, we’ll deep fry some Churros. $59   TICKETS

FARMERS' MARKET BRUNCH

Sunday morning Market Tour & Brunch at 8AM at the Baltimore City Farmers Market (next date TBD)

 

We'll meet at the northeast corner of the Market at 8AM , right in front of Zeke's Coffee. We can grab a cup of their latest roast and then wander the stalls, purchasing whatever the season has to offer. We'll then head back to Schola to cook several brunch dishes using whatever great produce and other food items that we've found. It's a great way to learn about different foods you may have never even thought to purchase or try to cook.  

Remember to BYOB if you want to enjoy something while we cook. We'll have lots of fresh orange juice and everything to make our famous bloody Mary mix, plus lots of stemware and ice.