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Cooking Classes--Fall 2014/Winter 2015

Date/Time
Class Topic
Location & Registration Info
Heart Healthy
Cooking Series
thru the
Karen Yontz
Women's Cardiac
Awareness Center 
6:30-8pm

AURORA HEART HEALTHY COOKING 
thru the
Karen Yontz Women's Cardiac Awareness Center

Reduce the sodium, Not the Flavor
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Chilled Herb soup
with Homemade Vegetable Broth
Zucchini Slaw with Cilantro

 Reduce the sodium, Not the Flavor
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Spinach Pesto Chicken Salad Wraps
Baked Halibut (or other fish if halibut not available) 
with tomatoes and herbs

 
Reduce the sodium, Not the Flavor (grilling menu)--outdoors
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Escalavida (grilled vegetables with olive oil)
Pinchos (Spanish kabobs with herbs)

 

Reduce the sodium, Not the Flavor (grilling menu)--outdoors
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Grilled chicken Ratatouille
Grilled Pineapple with Pistachios and coconut



Classes held at... 
Cardio Pulmonary Conference Room 
at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center 
2900 W. Oklahoma Avenue 
Call (414)649-5767 for information and to register
or visit www.karenyontzcenter.org 


$12.00 per class
or
Register for all 4 classes for the price of 3 - $36.00
Friends of The Karen Yontz Center discount: $10 per class, 4 classes - $32.00 


6
:00-8pm
Watch for new classes Winter/Spring 2015 

UNCORKT
240 Main Street Street
Racine, WI 53403
Register by calling (262) 632-WINE [9463]
or go to
www.uncorkt.com
Or email: uncorkt@uncorkt.com

 

Monday,
December 8
6
:30-9pm

Holiday Desserts—going Mini!
Bite-sized desserts are a “huge” trend. In fact, this trend has made the Top 5 restaurant trends for the past four years, according to the National Restaurant Association. Some of the reasons they are so popular are concern for portion size, holding the line on calories and sugar, and just the plain old urge for fun. So tonite I’ll show you how to make some fabulous Mini-desserts that are big on flavor and
beautiful to serve.
You’ll sample…
Bittersweet Chocolate Bruschetta Bites,
Mini Eggnog Cheesecakes with Pomegranate Glaze,
Peppermint Bark and 
Vanilla-Pomegranate Parfaits


NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org  

Tuesday,
December 9
6
:30-9pm

Holiday Desserts—going Mini!
Bite-sized desserts are a “huge” trend. In fact, this trend has made the Top 5 restaurant trends for the past four years, according to the National Restaurant Association. Some of the reasons they are so popular are concern for portion size, holding the line on calories and sugar, and just the plain old urge for fun. So tonite I’ll show you how to make some fabulous Mini-desserts that are big on flavor and
beautiful to serve.
You’ll sample…
Bittersweet Chocolate Bruschetta Bites,
Mini Eggnog Cheesecakes with Pomegranate Glaze,
Peppermint Bark and 
Vanilla-Pomegranate Parfaits


WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Thursday,
December 11
6
:30-9pm
Shortcut Desserts for the Holidays
Chocolate-Bread Parfaits
Bourbon Balls
Mini Cassata Cakes (with store bought poundcake)
Dulce de Leche Crispies with Sea Salt
(grown-up rice crispie treats)
 

BAY VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER
Classes are held at
The Bay View Community Center
1320 E. Oklahoma 
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Call Bay View at (414)482-1000 to register.
Website: 
www.bayviewcenter.org

**Bay View DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Monday,
December 15
6
:30-9pm

Holiday Appetizers
Learn how to make easy yet elegant holiday appetizers
and be the star of the holiday party circuit with this collection
of my favorite holiday appetizers. You’ll sample…
Filo “Cigars” with Goat Cheese and Basil
Tenderloin en Croute with Tarragon-Mayo
Crab Won-tons with Szechuan Blackberry Sauce
Shrimp and Scallop Bouillabaisse Skewers

 

ALVERNO COLLEGE
3400 S. 43rd St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53234
**Classes are held in the childcare building 
on the corner of 39th & Ohio. 
Park in Lot H and enter thru the North Door 
(not the main entrance).
Call Alverno at (414)382-6200 to register. 

Website: www.alverno.edu/community_friends/noncredit.html

**Alverno DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Wednesday,
December 17
6
:30-9pm

Holiday Appetizers
Learn how to make easy yet elegant holiday appetizers
and be the star of the holiday party circuit with this collection
of my favorite holiday appetizers. You’ll sample…
Filo “Cigars” with Goat Cheese and Basil
Tenderloin en Croute with Tarragon-Mayo
Crab Won-tons with Szechuan Blackberry Sauce
Shrimp and Scallop Bouillabaisse Skewers

 

NICOLET PARK & REC
Serving GLENDALE, BAYSIDE, FOX POINT, MEQUON & RIVER HILLS 

The Nicolet area classes are being held from 
6:30-9:00pm
at Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.
Glendale, WI 53217

Call Nicolet Park & Rec at (414)351-7566 to register. 
Monday,
January 12
6
:30-9pm

Soups
January is National Soup Month and we are celebrating with an all new Homemade Soup class. Soup can be a meal-in-a-bowl. Add some bread or crackers, something “fruit” and a hot beverage and you have a satisfying and hearty meal. We will cover the basics of soup making from preparation of stocks to soup ingredients and serving ideas. You will receive lots of recipes including the ones you’ll taste:
New England Clam Chowder
Chicken B.L.T. Soup
Creamy Onion Soup
Pasta e Fagioli served with Garlicky Rolls

NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org   

Tuesday,
January 13
6
:30-9pm

Soups
January is National Soup Month and we are celebrating with an all new Homemade Soup class. Soup can be a meal-in-a-bowl. Add some bread or crackers, something “fruit” and a hot beverage and you have a satisfying and hearty meal. We will cover the basics of soup making from preparation of stocks to soup ingredients and serving ideas. You will receive lots of recipes including the ones you’ll taste:
New England Clam Chowder
Chicken B.L.T. Soup
Creamy Onion Soup
Pasta e Fagioli served with Garlicky Rolls

WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Thursday,
January 15
6
:30-9pm

Soups
January is National Soup Month and we are celebrating with an all new Homemade Soup class. Soup can be a meal-in-a-bowl. Add some bread or crackers, something “fruit” and a hot beverage and you have a satisfying and hearty meal. We will cover the basics of soup making from preparation of stocks to soup ingredients and serving ideas. You will receive lots of recipes including the ones you’ll taste:
New England Clam Chowder
Chicken B.L.T. Soup
Creamy Onion Soup
Pasta e Fagioli served with Garlicky Rolls

VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA 
Classes are held at
The East Side Community Center.
6156 Douglas Ave. 
Racine, WI 53402 
(next to R&B Carpets)
Call Staci at (262)681-2908
or email 
Staci@cookingwithclass.us
 to register.

**Please see below for the 
Caledonia Area registration form.

I take care of the registration for Caledonia classes. 
Just print out the form and mail it to 
the address listed 
along with your payment.

**Caledonia DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Caledonia Cooking Class Registration Form

Monday,
January 19
5:30-7:30pm
Meatballs from around the World
Mexican Meatballs in Spicy Chipotle Sauce, 
Swedish Meatballs, 
Chinese Pearl Balls,
Grandma’s Finnish Meatballs served with Lingonberries and 
Königsberger Klopse
(German Meatballs with capers and anchovies)

 

MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MARKET
400 N. Water St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Register by calling (414)336-1111 or go to www.milwaukeepublicmarket.org and print a registration form

**Milwaukee Public Market DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Tuesday,
January 20
6
:30-9pm

Modern Twists on Classic Soups
Split Pea with Barley
Vietnamese Pho Bo 
Quick Chicken Posole
Cream of Cauliflower with Saffron

BAY VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER
Classes are held at
The Bay View Community Center
1320 E. Oklahoma 
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Call Bay View at (414)482-1000 to register.
Website: 
www.bayviewcenter.org

**Bay View DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Wednesday,
January 21
6
:30-9pm

Soups
January is National Soup Month and we are celebrating with an all new Homemade Soup class. Soup can be a meal-in-a-bowl. Add some bread or crackers, something “fruit” and a hot beverage and you have a satisfying and hearty meal. We will cover the basics of soup making from preparation of stocks to soup ingredients and serving ideas. You will receive lots of recipes including the ones you’ll taste:
New England Clam Chowder
Chicken B.L.T. Soup
Creamy Onion Soup
Pasta e Fagioli served with Garlicky Rolls

FRANKLIN COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RECREATION
Classes held at
Franklin High School 
8222 S. 51st St. 
Franklin, WI 53132--
(51st and Drexel)
in the Home Ec Room #264--Enter thru South Main Entrance.
Call Franklin Rec at (414)423-4646 to Register.

Muskego Park & Rec 
Co-op's classes at Franklin
Call Muskego at (262)679-5645 to Register.

Franklin Website: www.franklin.k12.wi.us
Muskego Website: www.ci.muskego.wi.us
 

Monday,
January 26
6
:30-9pm

Chilifest
Most Americans consider chili a fun, filling meal, but residents of some states take the dish a bit more seriously. The exact ingredients, toppings, and accompaniments vary by region, producing a wide world of chili appreciation and debate. Plus, chili is great for gatherings because of the ease of preparing large batches and keeping it hot for hours. So, I’ll prepare several different regional styles of chili for you to sample and maybe prepare for your own family…
Milwaukee’s own “Real Chili”-style Chili, 
San Antonio-style Chili, 
Chile Verde with Pork, White Chicken Chili and 
Staci’s “Not too Chilly”Chili 


ALVERNO COLLEGE
3400 S. 43rd St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53234
**Classes are held in the childcare building 
on the corner of 39th & Ohio. 
Park in Lot H and enter thru the North Door 
(not the main entrance).
Call Alverno at (414)382-6200 to register. 

Website: www.alverno.edu/community_friends/noncredit.html

**Alverno DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Tuesday,
January 27
6
:30-9pm

Soups
January is National Soup Month and we are celebrating with an all new Homemade Soup class. Soup can be a meal-in-a-bowl. Add some bread or crackers, something “fruit” and a hot beverage and you have a satisfying and hearty meal. We will cover the basics of soup making from preparation of stocks to soup ingredients and serving ideas. You will receive lots of recipes including the ones you’ll taste:
New England Clam Chowder
Chicken B.L.T. Soup
Creamy Onion Soup
Pasta e Fagioli served with Garlicky Rolls

GREENDALE PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Greendale High School
6801 Southway 
Greendale, WI 53129 
(in the Home Ec Room #135)
Call Greendale Rec at (414)423-2790 to register.

Greenfield Park & Recreation
Co-op's cooking classes at Greendale 
Call Greenfield Rec at (414) 329-5370 to register.

Greendale Website: www.greendale.k12.wi.us 
Greenfield Website: 
www.ci.greenfield.wi.us 

Wednesday,
January 28
6
:30-9pm

Chilifest
Most Americans consider chili a fun, filling meal, but residents of some states take the dish a bit more seriously. The exact ingredients, toppings, and accompaniments vary by region, producing a wide world of chili appreciation and debate. Plus, chili is great for gatherings because of the ease of preparing large batches and keeping it hot for hours. So, I’ll prepare several different regional styles of chili for you to sample and maybe prepare for your own family…
Milwaukee’s own “Real Chili”-style Chili, 
San Antonio-style Chili, 
Chile Verde with Pork, White Chicken Chili and 
Staci’s “Not too Chilly”Chili 


NICOLET PARK & REC
Serving GLENDALE, BAYSIDE, FOX POINT, MEQUON & RIVER HILLS 

The Nicolet area classes are being held from 
6:30-9:00pm
at Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.
Glendale, WI 53217

Call Nicolet Park & Rec at (414)351-7566 to register. 
Thursday,
January 29
6
:30-9pm

Chilifest
Most Americans consider chili a fun, filling meal, but residents of some states take the dish a bit more seriously. The exact ingredients, toppings, and accompaniments vary by region, producing a wide world of chili appreciation and debate. Plus, chili is great for gatherings because of the ease of preparing large batches and keeping it hot for hours. So, I’ll prepare several different regional styles of chili for you to sample and maybe prepare for your own family…
Milwaukee’s own “Real Chili”-style Chili, 
San Antonio-style Chili, 
Chile Verde with Pork, White Chicken Chili and 
Staci’s “Not too Chilly”Chili 


PEWAUKEE PARK AND REC
Classes held at Wagner Park
N31 W23320 Green Rd.
Pewaukee, WI  53072
Call Pewaukee at (262)691-7275 to register 
or email park@pewaukee.wi.us
Website: www.cityofpewaukee.us 

**Pewaukee DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Town of Brookfield Rec Dept.
Co-ops cooking classes at Pewaukee
Call (262)796-3788 to register 
or email parkrec@townofbrookfield.com


Pewaukee website: www.cityofpewaukee.us
Brookfield website: http://www.townofbrookfield.com/cookingclass.html

Tuesday,
February 3
6
:30-9pm

Chicken
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and was one of the first domesticated animals. Chicken is a major worldwide source of meat and eggs for human consumption. It is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Tonight I’ll show you a few fabulous chicken recipes that can be made on a weeknight after work or for a formal dinner. You’ll sample…
Chicken Diane and Linguine with Truffle Butter
Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
Italian Chicken in Cream with Polenta

FRANKLIN COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RECREATION
Classes held at
Franklin High School 
8222 S. 51st St. 
Franklin, WI 53132--
(51st and Drexel)
in the Home Ec Room #264--Enter thru South Main Entrance.
Call Franklin Rec at (414)423-4646 to Register.

Muskego Park & Rec 
Co-op's classes at Franklin
Call Muskego at (262)679-5645 to Register.

Franklin Website: www.franklin.k12.wi.us
Muskego Website: www.ci.muskego.wi.us

Thursday,
February 5
6
:30-9pm

Chicken
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and was one of the first domesticated animals. Chicken is a major worldwide source of meat and eggs for human consumption. It is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Tonight I’ll show you a few fabulous chicken recipes that can be made on a weeknight after work or for a formal dinner. You’ll sample…
Chicken Diane and Linguine with Truffle Butter
Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
Italian Chicken in Cream with Polenta

VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA 
Classes are held at
The East Side Community Center.
6156 Douglas Ave. 
Racine, WI 53402 
(next to R&B Carpets)
Call Staci at (262)681-2908
or email 
Staci@cookingwithclass.us
 to register.

**Please see below for the 
Caledonia Area registration form.

I take care of the registration for Caledonia classes. 
Just print out the form and mail it to 
the address listed 
along with your payment.

**Caledonia DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Caledonia Cooking Class Registration Form

Monday,
February 9
6
:30-9pm

Chicken
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and was one of the first domesticated animals. Chicken is a major worldwide source of meat and eggs for human consumption. It is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Tonight I’ll show you a few fabulous chicken recipes that can be made on a weeknight after work or for a formal dinner. You’ll sample…
Chicken Diane and Linguine with Truffle Butter
Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
Italian Chicken in Cream with Polenta

NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org 

Tuesday,
February 10
6
:30-9pm

Chicken
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and was one of the first domesticated animals. Chicken is a major worldwide source of meat and eggs for human consumption. It is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Tonight I’ll show you a few fabulous chicken recipes that can be made on a weeknight after work or for a formal dinner. You’ll sample…
Chicken Diane and Linguine with Truffle Butter
Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
Italian Chicken in Cream with Polenta

WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Thursday,
February 12
6
:30-9pm

Better than Chinese Take-out
Moo Shu Pork with Scallion Pancakes
Sweet and Sour Chicken
Better than takeout Fried Rice
Chinese Almond Cookies

BAY VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER
Classes are held at
The Bay View Community Center
1320 E. Oklahoma 
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Call Bay View at (414)482-1000 to register.
Website: 
www.bayviewcenter.org

**Bay View DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Monday,
February 16
5:30-7:30pm
Gluten Free Pizza
Regular Gluten Free Pizza Dough
Gluten Free Mushroom and Ricotta Pizza
Gluten Free Pizza Margherita
Antipasto Salad
Hazelnut-Brown Butter Brownies
 

 

MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MARKET
400 N. Water St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Register by calling (414)336-1111 or go to www.milwaukeepublicmarket.org and print a registration form

**Milwaukee Public Market DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Tuesday,
February 17
6
:30-9pm

Chicken
Chicken is the most common type of poultry in the world, and was one of the first domesticated animals. Chicken is a major worldwide source of meat and eggs for human consumption. It is prepared as food in a wide variety of ways, varying by region and culture. Tonight I’ll show you a few fabulous chicken recipes that can be made on a weeknight after work or for a formal dinner. You’ll sample…
Chicken Diane and Linguine with Truffle Butter
Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
Italian Chicken in Cream with Polenta

GREENDALE PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Greendale High School
6801 Southway 
Greendale, WI 53129 
(in the Home Ec Room #135)
Call Greendale Rec at (414)423-2790 to register.

Greenfield Park & Recreation
Co-op's cooking classes at Greendale 
Call Greenfield Rec at (414) 329-5370 to register.

Greendale Website: www.greendale.k12.wi.us 
Greenfield Website: 
www.ci.greenfield.wi.us

Tuesday,
February 24
6
-9pm

**SPECIAL EVENT** 
 
An Elegant Evening Affair
Hands-on Cooking class
Bring an apron and an appetite and join me in the kitchen where you will be preparing and eating all the fruits of your labor. The menu will be...
Butter Lettuce Salad with Garlic Croutons and Green Goddess Dressing
Beef Tenderloin Tournedos with Bearnaise Sauce
Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes 
Chocolate & Caramel Tart with Hazelnuts

Please bring an apron, your favorite kitchen knives (wrapped in a towel and secured for travel) and a little something to tie back your hair.
Space is limited to only 12 participants. Register early for this very special event.


Minimum 8/Maximum 12 people

WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Monday,
March 2
6
:30-9pm

Cooking with Coffee
Many people love to drink coffee. Not quite as many people know that you can actually use coffee in your food too!
Coffee is commonly used as an ingredient in desserts; however there are more uses for coffee! Coffee could quite easily find itself at home in barbeque sauces, meat glazes, and pot roasts. It is a very versatile ingredient. So, tonight I’m going to prepare several dishes that use coffee as an ingredient. You DO NOT have to be a coffee lover to enjoy these dishes; the coffee is as subtle as a fine liqueur. You’ll sample…
Roast Pork Ribs with Coffee Mole,
Espresso Risotto,
Tangy Coffee Beans and 
Raspberry Mocha Mousse

ALVERNO COLLEGE
3400 S. 43rd St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53234
**Classes are held in the childcare building 
on the corner of 39th & Ohio. 
Park in Lot H and enter thru the North Door 
(not the main entrance).
Call Alverno at (414)382-6200 to register. 

Website: www.alverno.edu/community_friends/noncredit.html

**Alverno DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Tuesday,
March 3
6
:30-9pm

Cooking with Coffee
Many people love to drink coffee. Not quite as many people know that you can actually use coffee in your food too!
Coffee is commonly used as an ingredient in desserts; however there are more uses for coffee! Coffee could quite easily find itself at home in barbeque sauces, meat glazes, and pot roasts. It is a very versatile ingredient. So, tonight I’m going to prepare several dishes that use coffee as an ingredient. You DO NOT have to be a coffee lover to enjoy these dishes; the coffee is as subtle as a fine liqueur. You’ll sample…
Roast Pork Ribs with Coffee Mole,
Espresso Risotto,
Tangy Coffee Beans and 
Raspberry Mocha Mousse

NICOLET PARK & REC
Serving GLENDALE, BAYSIDE, FOX POINT, MEQUON & RIVER HILLS 

The Nicolet area classes are being held from 
6:30-9:00pm
at Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.
Glendale, WI 53217

Call Nicolet Park & Rec at (414)351-7566 to register. 
Wednesday,
March 4
6
:30-9pm

Cooking with Coffee
Many people love to drink coffee. Not quite as many people know that you can actually use coffee in your food too!
Coffee is commonly used as an ingredient in desserts; however there are more uses for coffee! Coffee could quite easily find itself at home in barbeque sauces, meat glazes, and pot roasts. It is a very versatile ingredient. So, tonight I’m going to prepare several dishes that use coffee as an ingredient. You DO NOT have to be a coffee lover to enjoy these dishes; the coffee is as subtle as a fine liqueur. You’ll sample…
Roast Pork Ribs with Coffee Mole,
Espresso Risotto,
Tangy Coffee Beans and 
Raspberry Mocha Mousse

PEWAUKEE PARK AND REC
Classes held at Wagner Park
N31 W23320 Green Rd.
Pewaukee, WI  53072
Call Pewaukee at (262)691-7275 to register 
or email park@pewaukee.wi.us
Website: www.cityofpewaukee.us 

**Pewaukee DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Town of Brookfield Rec Dept.
Co-ops cooking classes at Pewaukee
Call (262)796-3788 to register 
or email parkrec@townofbrookfield.com


Pewaukee website: www.cityofpewaukee.us
Brookfield website: http://www.townofbrookfield.com/cookingclass.html

Thursday,
March 5
6
:30-9pm

French Toast
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country. The exact origins of French toast are unknown, but it isn’t surprising that humans seem to have come up with the recipe quickly, given that French toast is traditionally made out of stale bread. But my recipes tonight go far beyond just soaking bread in egg & milk. They are decadent and delicious and you’ll sample some of my favorites including…
Banana Stuffed French Toast with Chocolate-Hazelnut Sauce and Homemade Granola,
Panko-crusted Rumchata French Toast with Raspberry-Chambord Syrup,
Monte Cristo French Toast

VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA 
Classes are held at
The East Side Community Center.
6156 Douglas Ave. 
Racine, WI 53402 
(next to R&B Carpets)
Call Staci at (262)681-2908
or email 
Staci@cookingwithclass.us
 to register.

**Please see below for the 
Caledonia Area registration form.

I take care of the registration for Caledonia classes. 
Just print out the form and mail it to 
the address listed 
along with your payment.

**Caledonia DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Caledonia Cooking Class Registration Form

Monday,
March 9
6
:30-9pm

French Toast
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country. The exact origins of French toast are unknown, but it isn’t surprising that humans seem to have come up with the recipe quickly, given that French toast is traditionally made out of stale bread. But my recipes tonight go far beyond just soaking bread in egg & milk. They are decadent and delicious and you’ll sample some of my favorites including…
Banana Stuffed French Toast with Chocolate-Hazelnut Sauce and Homemade Granola,
Panko-crusted Rumchata French Toast with Raspberry-Chambord Syrup,
Monte Cristo French Toast

NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org  

Tuesday,
March 10
6
:30-9pm

French Toast
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country. The exact origins of French toast are unknown, but it isn’t surprising that humans seem to have come up with the recipe quickly, given that French toast is traditionally made out of stale bread. But my recipes tonight go far beyond just soaking bread in egg & milk. They are decadent and delicious and you’ll sample some of my favorites including…
Banana Stuffed French Toast with Chocolate-Hazelnut Sauce and Homemade Granola,
Panko-crusted Rumchata French Toast with Raspberry-Chambord Syrup,
Monte Cristo French Toast

WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Wednesday,
March 11
6
:30-9pm

French Toast
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country. The exact origins of French toast are unknown, but it isn’t surprising that humans seem to have come up with the recipe quickly, given that French toast is traditionally made out of stale bread. But my recipes tonight go far beyond just soaking bread in egg & milk. They are decadent and delicious and you’ll sample some of my favorites including…
Banana Stuffed French Toast with Chocolate-Hazelnut Sauce and Homemade Granola,
Panko-crusted Rumchata French Toast with Raspberry-Chambord Syrup,
Monte Cristo French Toast

FRANKLIN COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RECREATION
Classes held at
Franklin High School 
8222 S. 51st St. 
Franklin, WI 53132--
(51st and Drexel)
in the Home Ec Room #264--Enter thru South Main Entrance.
Call Franklin Rec at (414)423-4646 to Register.

Muskego Park & Rec 
Co-op's classes at Franklin
Call Muskego at (262)679-5645 to Register.

Franklin Website: www.franklin.k12.wi.us
Muskego Website: www.ci.muskego.wi.us

Thursday,
March 12
11:30am-1:30pm
Lunch with Staci
Food in books & movies
In these food novel classes I’ve touched on The Whistle Stop Café and Under the Tuscan sun and Heartburn and now I’ll bring you some new recipes based on the book and movie “The Hundred Foot Journey” by Richard C. Morais. The book centers around a lowly Indian chef who conquers the elite world of French haute cuisine. You'll enjoy...
Vegetable Samosas with Sweet & Sour Sauce
Chicken Tikka Masala
Curried Cauliflower & potatoes
Shrikhand with Mangoes & Cardamom
(sweetened yogurt dessert)

$20/person

FRANKLIN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Classes held at
Franklin Public Library
9151 W. Loomis Rd.
Franklin, WI 53132
Call Franklin Lib at (414)425-8214 to Register.
or print a Registration form below and mail it with your check.

**Franklin Lib DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Franklin Lib Registration Form

Tuesday,
March 17
6
:30-9pm

French Toast
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country. The exact origins of French toast are unknown, but it isn’t surprising that humans seem to have come up with the recipe quickly, given that French toast is traditionally made out of stale bread. But my recipes tonight go far beyond just soaking bread in egg & milk. They are decadent and delicious and you’ll sample some of my favorites including…
Banana Stuffed French Toast with Chocolate-Hazelnut Sauce and Homemade Granola,
Panko-crusted Rumchata French Toast with Raspberry-Chambord Syrup,
Monte Cristo French Toast

GREENDALE PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Greendale High School
6801 Southway 
Greendale, WI 53129 
(in the Home Ec Room #135)
Call Greendale Rec at (414)423-2790 to register.

Greenfield Park & Recreation
Co-op's cooking classes at Greendale 
Call Greenfield Rec at (414) 329-5370 to register.

Greendale Website: www.greendale.k12.wi.us 
Greenfield Website: 
www.ci.greenfield.wi.us

Wednesday,
March 18
5:30-7:30pm

Food in books & movies

In these food novel classes I’ve touched on The Whistle Stop Café and Under the Tuscan sun and Heartburn and now I’ll bring you some new recipes based on the book and movie “The Hundred Foot Journey” by Richard C. Morais. The book centers around a lowly Indian chef who conquers the elite world of French haute cuisine. You'll enjoy...
Vegetable Samosas with Sweet & Sour Sauce
Chicken Tikka Masala
Curried Cauliflower & potatoes
Shrikhand with Mangoes & Cardamom
(sweetened yogurt dessert)

WATERFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
101 River St.
Waterford, WI 53185
Call Waterford Lib at (262)534-3988 to register
or emai
l lhobson@waterford.lib.wi.us

**Waterford Lib DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Thursday,
March 19
6
:30-9pm

Fondue
French Onion Fondue
Oil Fondue featuring…
Bacon wrapped chicken with Sweet Hot BBQ Sauce and
Battered Meatballs with Tarragon-Mustard Mayo
Plus, Tiramisu Fondue for dessert


BAY VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER
Classes are held at
The Bay View Community Center
1320 E. Oklahoma 
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Call Bay View at (414)482-1000 to register.
Website: 
www.bayviewcenter.org

**Bay View DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Monday,
April 13
6
:30-9pm

Ethnic Sandwiches with Gourmet Flair!
Maybe sandwiches aren't the first things that come to mind when you think of "gourmet food," but then again, we're not talking about your average PB&J. Yes, with the right ingredients, a sandwich can be quite gourmet indeed. And, almost every culture, in one form or another, has a sandwich.  Some kind of bread, some kind of meat, and some kind of veg slapped together in an easily transportable package. Tonight I’m going to prepare some ethnic favorites that you can pack into your lunch box or serve to your favorite friends. You’ll sample…
Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi Sandwich
with do chua (Pickled Carrots & daikon) 
Plus, Chinese Rou Jia Mo sandwich with beef  and
Mexican Chicken Milanesa Cemita


NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org 

Tuesday,
April 14
6
:30-9pm

Ethnic Sandwiches with Gourmet Flair!
Maybe sandwiches aren't the first things that come to mind when you think of "gourmet food," but then again, we're not talking about your average PB&J. Yes, with the right ingredients, a sandwich can be quite gourmet indeed. And, almost every culture, in one form or another, has a sandwich.  Some kind of bread, some kind of meat, and some kind of veg slapped together in an easily transportable package. Tonight I’m going to prepare some ethnic favorites that you can pack into your lunch box or serve to your favorite friends. You’ll sample…
Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi Sandwich
with do chua (Pickled Carrots & daikon) 
Plus, Chinese Rou Jia Mo sandwich with beef  and
Mexican Chicken Milanesa Cemita


WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us

Wednesday,
April 15
6
:30-9pm

Ethnic Sandwiches with Gourmet Flair!
Maybe sandwiches aren't the first things that come to mind when you think of "gourmet food," but then again, we're not talking about your average PB&J. Yes, with the right ingredients, a sandwich can be quite gourmet indeed. And, almost every culture, in one form or another, has a sandwich.  Some kind of bread, some kind of meat, and some kind of veg slapped together in an easily transportable package. Tonight I’m going to prepare some ethnic favorites that you can pack into your lunch box or serve to your favorite friends. You’ll sample…
Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi Sandwich
with do chua (Pickled Carrots & daikon) 
Plus, Chinese Rou Jia Mo sandwich with beef  and
Mexican Chicken Milanesa Cemita


FRANKLIN COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RECREATION
Classes held at
Franklin High School 
8222 S. 51st St. 
Franklin, WI 53132--
(51st and Drexel)
in the Home Ec Room #264--Enter thru South Main Entrance.
Call Franklin Rec at (414)423-4646 to Register.

Muskego Park & Rec 
Co-op's classes at Franklin
Call Muskego at (262)679-5645 to Register.

Franklin Website: www.franklin.k12.wi.us
Muskego Website: www.ci.muskego.wi.us 

Thursday,
April 16
6
:30-9pm

Ethnic Sandwiches with Gourmet Flair!
Maybe sandwiches aren't the first things that come to mind when you think of "gourmet food," but then again, we're not talking about your average PB&J. Yes, with the right ingredients, a sandwich can be quite gourmet indeed. And, almost every culture, in one form or another, has a sandwich.  Some kind of bread, some kind of meat, and some kind of veg slapped together in an easily transportable package. Tonight I’m going to prepare some ethnic favorites that you can pack into your lunch box or serve to your favorite friends. You’ll sample…
Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi Sandwich
with do chua (Pickled Carrots & daikon) 
Plus, Chinese Rou Jia Mo sandwich with beef  and
Mexican Chicken Milanesa Cemita


VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA 
Classes are held at
The East Side Community Center.
6156 Douglas Ave. 
Racine, WI 53402 
(next to R&B Carpets)
Call Staci at (262)681-2908
or email 
Staci@cookingwithclass.us
 to register.

**Please see below for the 
Caledonia Area registration form.

I take care of the registration for Caledonia classes. 
Just print out the form and mail it to 
the address listed 
along with your payment.

**Caledonia DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome. 

Caledonia Cooking Class Registration Form

Monday,
April 20
6
:30-9pm

Pizza Pizzazz!
Pizza, everyone loves it! And there is a variation or topping for just about everyone. Tonight, I’ll show you that you can make a pizzeria-style pizza without the takeout including how to prepare a great pizza crust. You’ll sample…
Individual Pizza Pot Pies, 
Jimmy’s Grotto-style Ponzarotta Pizzas
(similar to a calzone), 
Buffalo Chicken Pizza and Chicago-style Deep Dish

ALVERNO COLLEGE
3400 S. 43rd St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53234
**Classes are held in the childcare building 
on the corner of 39th & Ohio. 
Park in Lot H and enter thru the North Door 
(not the main entrance).
Call Alverno at (414)382-6200 to register. 

Website: www.alverno.edu/community_friends/noncredit.html

**Alverno DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.  

Tuesday,
April 21
6
:30-9pm

Ethnic Sandwiches with Gourmet Flair!
Maybe sandwiches aren't the first things that come to mind when you think of "gourmet food," but then again, we're not talking about your average PB&J. Yes, with the right ingredients, a sandwich can be quite gourmet indeed. And, almost every culture, in one form or another, has a sandwich.  Some kind of bread, some kind of meat, and some kind of veg slapped together in an easily transportable package. Tonight I’m going to prepare some ethnic favorites that you can pack into your lunch box or serve to your favorite friends. You’ll sample…
Vietnamese Pork Banh Mi Sandwich
with do chua (Pickled Carrots & daikon) 
Plus, Chinese Rou Jia Mo sandwich with beef  and
Mexican Chicken Milanesa Cemita


GREENDALE PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Greendale High School
6801 Southway 
Greendale, WI 53129 
(in the Home Ec Room #135)
Call Greendale Rec at (414)423-2790 to register.

Greenfield Park & Recreation
Co-op's cooking classes at Greendale 
Call Greenfield Rec at (414) 329-5370 to register.

Greendale Website: www.greendale.k12.wi.us 
Greenfield Website: 
www.ci.greenfield.wi.us 

Wednesday,
April 22
6
:30-9pm

Pizza Pizzazz!
Pizza, everyone loves it! And there is a variation or topping for just about everyone. Tonight, I’ll show you that you can make a pizzeria-style pizza without the takeout including how to prepare a great pizza crust. You’ll sample…
Individual Pizza Pot Pies, 
Jimmy’s Grotto-style Ponzarotta Pizzas
(similar to a calzone), 
Buffalo Chicken Pizza and Chicago-style Deep Dish

NICOLET PARK & REC
Serving GLENDALE, BAYSIDE, FOX POINT, MEQUON & RIVER HILLS 

The Nicolet area classes are being held from 
6:30-9:00pm
at Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.
Glendale, WI 53217

Call Nicolet Park & Rec at (414)351-7566 to register. 
Thursday,
April 23
6
:30-9pm

Pizza Pizzazz!
Pizza, everyone loves it! And there is a variation or topping for just about everyone. Tonight, I’ll show you that you can make a pizzeria-style pizza without the takeout including how to prepare a great pizza crust. You’ll sample…
Individual Pizza Pot Pies, 
Jimmy’s Grotto-style Ponzarotta Pizzas
(similar to a calzone), 
Buffalo Chicken Pizza and Chicago-style Deep Dish

PEWAUKEE PARK AND REC
Classes held at Wagner Park
N31 W23320 Green Rd.
Pewaukee, WI  53072
Call Pewaukee at (262)691-7275 to register 
or email park@pewaukee.wi.us
Website: www.cityofpewaukee.us 

**Pewaukee DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Town of Brookfield Rec Dept.
Co-ops cooking classes at Pewaukee
Call (262)796-3788 to register 
or email parkrec@townofbrookfield.com


Pewaukee website: www.cityofpewaukee.us
Brookfield website: http://www.townofbrookfield.com/cookingclass.html

Friday,
April 24
11:30am-1:30pm
Lunch with Staci
Food in books & movies
In these food novel classes I’ve touched on The Whistle Stop Café and Under the Tuscan sun and Heartburn and now I’ll bring you some new recipes based on the movie “Chef" by Jon Favreau. The movie is about a once-hot celebrity chef who has fallen into a rut working in a California restaurant owned and micromanaged by Dustin Hoffman. When he gets into an online feud with a food critic, Casper gets himself fired, so he decides to explore other routes, traveling down to Miami with his son to look into starting up a food truck. You'll enjoy...
Cuban Sandwiches
Tostones with Mango Salsa
Barritas de Mango (Cuban Mango Bars)

$20/person

FRANKLIN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Classes held at
Franklin Public Library
9151 W. Loomis Rd.
Franklin, WI 53132
Call Franklin Lib at (414)425-8214 to Register.
or print a Registration form below and mail it with your check.

**Franklin Lib DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Franklin Lib Registration Form

Monday,
May 4
6
:30-9pm

Bourbon, Bacon & Brown Sugar
These are a few of my favorite things! And a flavor match made in heaven! Bacon draws out the smoky, woodsy flavor of the bourbon and brown sugar is a subtle sweetness that compliments both. I’m going to bring these flavors to life in this ALL NEW class. You’ll sample…
Mixed greens with Raspberry-Bourbon Vinaigrette and Spiced Pecans, 
Bacon Muffins with Bacon Jam, 
Bacon-wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Whiskey Glaze and a 
Brown Sugar Pie

ALVERNO COLLEGE
3400 S. 43rd St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53234
**Classes are held in the childcare building 
on the corner of 39th & Ohio. 
Park in Lot H and enter thru the North Door 
(not the main entrance).
Call Alverno at (414)382-6200 to register. 

Website: www.alverno.edu/community_friends/noncredit.html

**Alverno DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.  

Tuesday,
May 5
6
:30-9pm

Bourbon, Bacon & Brown Sugar
These are a few of my favorite things! And a flavor match made in heaven! Bacon draws out the smoky, woodsy flavor of the bourbon and brown sugar is a subtle sweetness that compliments both. I’m going to bring these flavors to life in this ALL NEW class. You’ll sample…
Mixed greens with Raspberry-Bourbon Vinaigrette and Spiced Pecans, 
Bacon Muffins with Bacon Jam, 
Bacon-wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Whiskey Glaze and a 
Brown Sugar Pie

NICOLET PARK & REC
Serving GLENDALE, BAYSIDE, FOX POINT, MEQUON & RIVER HILLS 

The Nicolet area classes are being held from 
6:30-9:00pm
at Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.
Glendale, WI 53217

Call Nicolet Park & Rec at (414)351-7566 to register. 
Tuesday,
May 6
6
:30-9pm

Bourbon, Bacon & Brown Sugar
These are a few of my favorite things! And a flavor match made in heaven! Bacon draws out the smoky, woodsy flavor of the bourbon and brown sugar is a subtle sweetness that compliments both. I’m going to bring these flavors to life in this ALL NEW class. You’ll sample…
Mixed greens with Raspberry-Bourbon Vinaigrette and Spiced Pecans, 
Bacon Muffins with Bacon Jam, 
Bacon-wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Whiskey Glaze and a 
Brown Sugar Pie

PEWAUKEE PARK AND REC
Classes held at Wagner Park
N31 W23320 Green Rd.
Pewaukee, WI  53072
Call Pewaukee at (262)691-7275 to register 
or email park@pewaukee.wi.us
Website: www.cityofpewaukee.us 

**Pewaukee DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Town of Brookfield Rec Dept.
Co-ops cooking classes at Pewaukee
Call (262)796-3788 to register 
or email parkrec@townofbrookfield.com


Pewaukee website: www.cityofpewaukee.us
Brookfield website: http://www.townofbrookfield.com/cookingclass.html

Thursday,
May 7
6
:30-9pm

All about Rhubarb
There is more to Rhubarb than just pie. Join me for this fun and delicious demo-style class and learn about the history of Rhubarb, different varieties of Rhubarb and how to use them in creative recipes. You’ll sample…
Shaved Rhubarb Salad with Almonds and Cheese
and a Strawberry-Rhubarb Vinaigrette,
Seared Chicken Breasts with Rhubarb Sauce,
Pork Chops with Sweet Onion -Rhubarb Sauce and
Strawberry-Rhubarb Quinoa Pudding

VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA 
Classes are held at
The East Side Community Center.
6156 Douglas Ave. 
Racine, WI 53402 
(next to R&B Carpets)
Call Staci at (262)681-2908
or email 
Staci@cookingwithclass.us
 to register.

**Please see below for the 
Caledonia Area registration form.

I take care of the registration for Caledonia classes. 
Just print out the form and mail it to 
the address listed 
along with your payment.

**Caledonia DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Caledonia Cooking Class Registration Form

Friday,
May 8
11:30am-1:30pm
Fresh Healthy Asian for Summer
With the bounty of fresh vegetables available in the summer and the desire to cook lighter and healthier meals, the recipes in this class are perfect. I’m going to keep it simple and light by preparing…
Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls, 
Chinese Lemon Chicken & Lettuce Wraps with 
     Cold Chinese Noodles in Peanut Sauce, 
Thai Cucumber Salad and 
Mangoes on Sticky Rice 

Standard demo class...
$20/person

FRANKLIN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Classes held at
Franklin Public Library
9151 W. Loomis Rd.
Franklin, WI 53132
Call Franklin Lib at (414)425-8214 to Register.
or print a Registration form below and mail it with your check.

**Franklin Lib DOES NOT charge non-resident fees. People from all communities are welcome.

Franklin Lib Registration Form

Monday,
May 11
6
:30-9pm

All about Rhubarb
There is more to Rhubarb than just pie. Join me for this fun and delicious demo-style class and learn about the history of Rhubarb, different varieties of Rhubarb and how to use them in creative recipes. You’ll sample…
Shaved Rhubarb Salad with Almonds and Cheese
and a Strawberry-Rhubarb Vinaigrette,
Seared Chicken Breasts with Rhubarb Sauce,
Pork Chops with Sweet Onion -Rhubarb Sauce and
Strawberry-Rhubarb Quinoa Pudding

NEW BERLIN PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at 
Hickory Grove School.
2600 S. Sunnyslope 
New Berlin, WI 53151
Call New Berlin Rec at (262)797-2443 to register.

Website: www.newberlin.org  

Tuesday,
May 12
6
:30-9pm

All about Rhubarb
There is more to Rhubarb than just pie. Join me for this fun and delicious demo-style class and learn about the history of Rhubarb, different varieties of Rhubarb and how to use them in creative recipes. You’ll sample…
Shaved Rhubarb Salad with Almonds and Cheese
and a Strawberry-Rhubarb Vinaigrette,
Seared Chicken Breasts with Rhubarb Sauce,
Pork Chops with Sweet Onion -Rhubarb Sauce and
Strawberry-Rhubarb Quinoa Pudding

WEST ALLIS PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Nathan Hale High School
Home Ec Room
11601 W. Lincoln
West Allis, WI
Call West Allis Rec at (414)604-4900 to register.

Website: www.wawm.k12.wi.us 

Wednesday,
May 13
6
:30-9pm

All about Rhubarb
There is more to Rhubarb than just pie. Join me for this fun and delicious demo-style class and learn about the history of Rhubarb, different varieties of Rhubarb and how to use them in creative recipes. You’ll sample…
Shaved Rhubarb Salad with Almonds and Cheese
and a Strawberry-Rhubarb Vinaigrette,
Seared Chicken Breasts with Rhubarb Sauce,
Pork Chops with Sweet Onion -Rhubarb Sauce and
Strawberry-Rhubarb Quinoa Pudding

FRANKLIN COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RECREATION
Classes held at
Franklin High School 
8222 S. 51st St. 
Franklin, WI 53132--
(51st and Drexel)
in the Home Ec Room #264--Enter thru South Main Entrance.
Call Franklin Rec at (414)423-4646 to Register.

Muskego Park & Rec 
Co-op's classes at Franklin
Call Muskego at (262)679-5645 to Register.

Franklin Website: www.franklin.k12.wi.us
Muskego Website: www.ci.muskego.wi.us  

Tuesday,
May 19
6
:30-9pm

All about Rhubarb
There is more to Rhubarb than just pie. Join me for this fun and delicious demo-style class and learn about the history of Rhubarb, different varieties of Rhubarb and how to use them in creative recipes. You’ll sample…
Shaved Rhubarb Salad with Almonds and Cheese
and a Strawberry-Rhubarb Vinaigrette,
Seared Chicken Breasts with Rhubarb Sauce,
Pork Chops with Sweet Onion -Rhubarb Sauce and
Strawberry-Rhubarb Quinoa Pudding

GREENDALE PARK & RECREATION
Classes held at
Greendale High School
6801 Southway 
Greendale, WI 53129 
(in the Home Ec Room #135)
Call Greendale Rec at (414)423-2790 to register.

Greenfield Park & Recreation
Co-op's cooking classes at Greendale 
Call Greenfield Rec at (414) 329-5370 to register.

Greendale Website: www.greendale.k12.wi.us 
Greenfield Website: 
www.ci.greenfield.wi.us 

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