Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies with Pastry Chef Natasha Goellner
Let's kick off the holiday baking season with a fun and festive class featuring classic time-honored Christmas cookies.
Sometimes we cooks just assume that everyone knows how to make the cookies that your Mom or Grandma serve up every year, but that’s not always the case. You may have these recipes sitting in some rag-tag recipe box, but do you really know the fundamentals behind the instructions? That’s the question.
Professional Pastry Chef Natasha Goellner will lead today's nostalgic class as you learn some age-old traditional recipes. Chef Natasha is a graduate of The French Culinary Institute and past owner of Mulberry & Mott and currently the Pastry Chef at The Antler Room, so you’ll be learning essential baking skills from one of the best in the business.
She’ll teach lots of baking fundamentals while showing you how to make holiday cookie classics like Russian Tea Cakes and Chocolate Peppermint Melting Moments (yum!). Plus, you'll learn one of Chef Natasha’s favorite family Christmas cookie traditions that includes a surprising ingredient. They're sooo good! We're betting these gems will become a tradition for your family too!
So join us as we keep the light on for this festive holiday baking class where you’ll get to tie on an apron and assist Chef with some of the baking activities, sample the homemade cookie treats (duh) and, of course, take home all the recipes to recreate for the holidays... as well as some freshly baked homemade holiday cookies for your family to enjoy.
Participation Class | Tasting & Take-Home Holiday Cookies
Sun 11/22/20 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine, with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
NOTE: For Onsite Classes,when you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. We will be arranging our classrooms to allow for social distancing. In order to comply with governmental orders and for the protection of our guests and staff, we ask that you wear a mask when here at The Culinary Center of Kansas City. If you are planning to sit next to someone else attending the class, we would suggest arriving at least 20 minutes prior to the start time of the class so that we can address that request. Both students would need to be comfortable with the request to be seated together. Thank you!
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