TECHNIQUES CLASSES

 

Whether you're interested in raising your culinary game or just curious about how sausage is actually made, the techniques classes take an indepth look at all of the processes, equipment andi ingredients chefs use to create great meals. Our hands-on approached will have you making pasta like a pro, sharpening your knife correctly or making the perfect sauce. So, find a class that interests you and we'll have an apron waiting for you at Schola.

 

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. 

Cooking with Beer! - Wednesday September 30, 6PM  

Beer and Happy Hour pretty much go together! We'll gathering up a variety of brews to use as our main ingredients for this beer laden menu: Beer Battered Onion Rings, Dark Beer Braised Beef Sliders with Spicy Slaw, Beer Steamed Mussels with Garlic and Herbs, Beer infused Mac & Cheese and Deep-Fried Beer Brownies. $59 TICKETS

Cooking with Beer! - Thursday October 1, 6PM   

Beer and Happy Hour pretty much go together! We'll gathering up a variety of brews to use as our main ingredients for this beer laden menu: Beer Battered Onion Rings, Dark Beer Braised Beef Sliders with Spicy Slaw, Beer Steamed Mussels with Garlic and Herbs, Beer infused Mac & Cheese and Deep-Fried Beer Brownies. $59 TICKETS

Understanding Cast Iron Cooking - Wednesday October 7, 6PM

One of the most frequently asked questions we get is how do I take care of my cast iron skillet? So, we’ve decided to dedicate a class to focused on learning how to care for and cook with one of the greatest inventions in cookware. Besides talking all about what cast iron is and how to season it, we’ll put it to good use making a cheddar jalapeno corn bread and baking pancakes in our skillets, roasting the perfect sausage & bean pie in cast iron casserole dishes and braising collards with pork in the Dutch ovens. The price for class includes a 10.25-inch Lodge pre-seasoned cast iron skillet. $79  TICKETS

The Art of Making Pizza - Wednesday October 14, 6PM

Pizza, probably one of the most enjoyed foods in this country, is fun and easy to make from scratch at home. We'll learn to make both a thin crust and deep-dish pizza crust, craft sauces and prepare toppings for this ubiquitous food. We'll then spend the rest of the class making our own pizzas and eating them! $59   TICKETS 

The Art of Making Pizza - Saturday October 17, 5PM

Pizza, probably one of the most enjoyed foods in this country, is fun and easy to make from scratch at home. We'll learn to make both a thin crust and deep-dish pizza crust, craft sauces and prepare toppings for this ubiquitous food. We'll then spend the rest of the class making our own pizzas and eating them! $59 TICKETS

Knife Skills Class – Wednesday October 21, 6PM

The knife is the chef's most important tool! The class will start with a lecture about knives, how they're made, how to sharpen them and what the different types are used for. The class will then go to work practicing the basic cuts, large & small dice, batonettes, peeling with a paring knife and mincing. Each student will then go to work deboning their own chicken. Everything we cut up will become dinner! Please feel free to bring your own knives and we'll help you sharpen them on our sharpening stones. $59   TICKETS

Knife Skills Class – Thursday October 22, 6PM

The knife is the chef's most important tool! The class will start with a lecture about knives, how they're made, how to sharpen them and what the different types are used for. The class will then go to work practicing the basic cuts, large & small dice, batonettes, peeling with a paring knife and mincing. Each student will then go to work deboning their own chicken. Everything we cut up will become dinner! Please feel free to bring your own knives and we'll help you sharpen them on our sharpening stones. $59   TICKETS

The Art of Making Pasta I - Saturday October 24, Noon

Making fresh pasta used to be commonplace but with the advent of easy to cook, dried pasta, fresh pasta has taken a back seat in the kitchen. Unfortunately, once you've tasted the fresh stuff, it is hard to go back! Join us as we used the pasta sheeter to create a few of the old favorites - fettuccine alfredo, pappardelle in Bolognaise and cheese raviolis in spinach pesto. $59.   TICKETS

The Art of Making Bacon & Sausage - TBD

It is hard to deny that bacon has become ubiquitous in the culinary world, and for good reason. Sausage, something every culture has its own version of, stemmed from the desire to use even the most difficult of cuts from the animal. Join us as we explore these two culinary treasures. The class will learn about the proper tools and ingredients for making a variety of fresh sausages such sweet Italian, chorizo, maple sage breakfast patties and the spicy lamb sausage Merguez. We'll then talk about the curing of meats and the process of making bacon. We'll finish by sampling all of these amazing creations. $59.99  TICKETS

The Art of Making Pasta I - TBD

Making fresh pasta used to be common place but with the advent of easy to cook, dried pasta, fresh pasta has taken a back seat in the kitchen. Unfortunately, once you've tasted the fresh stuff, it is hard to go back! Join us as we used the pasta sheeter to create a few of the old favorites - fettuccine alfredo, pappardelle in Bolognaise and cheese raviolis in spinach pesto. $59.    TICKETS

The Art of Making Soup I - TBD     

Possibly the best comfort food on a cold day, we've been making soups forever. Join us as we make five soup classics; Julia Child's Potato Leek, a traditional Italian Tomato & Winter Greens soup, New England Seafood Chowder, Chicken Noodle soup and the classic French Onion soup. $49.99     TICKETS

The Art of Making Soup II - TBD

Sometimes we just can’t get enough soup! In Soups I we take a look at many of the classics. In the second version of this class we are going to craft five soups from around the globe…the Southern French Bouillabaisse, India’s Mulligatawny, Tom Kha Gai - Thailand’s coconut chicken soup, Green Chili Posole and Italy’s Stracciatelli. $49.99 You do not have to take Soup I to take this class.   TICKETS

The Art of Making Pasta III - TBD

Join us as we continue to explore the endless world of making great pasta. In Pasta III we will start to explore flavored doughs – a spinach and lemon zest fettuccini tossed in a tomato cream sauce and a porcini mushroom cannelloni stuffed with ricotta and sage. Then we’ll shape by hand some different and uncommon shapes – the Tuscan pinci, pencil thick strands in a traditional tomato sauce and the ‘ear’ pasta – orecchiette with sausage and bitter greens. $59. You do not have to take any of the other pasta classes to take Pasta III   TICKETS

The Art of Making Pasta II - TBD

After making everything from the pasta sheeter in Pasta I, we move on to explore a few different doughs, different tools and different shapes. We'll make gnocchi in a roasted garlic cream sauce, cavatelli with sausage, garlic and spinach and rigatoni in a rustic mushroom ragout. You do not have to take Pasta I to take Pasta II. $59.  TICKETS

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