Culinary, Beer, Wine & Spirits

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Biscuits & Muffins & Scones- Oh My! 
We will be making both savory and sweet biscuits, scones and muffins: sweet potato biscuits, cheddar herb biscuits, dried cherry almond scones, and fruit muffins. Students will learn the art of making flaky scones and biscuits by cutting butter into flour and handling dough quickly and gently for a delicate mouthwatering pastry. We will also learn the tricks to making crumbly, moist, delicate muffins. Please bring an apron, a lunch, a knife, and a box to carry home your creations. 
Katie Fuller                            9:00am-3:30 Sa                  49503
11/19                                     Bend CUL 116                    Cost $79                        

NEW! Regional Italian Pasta
Italian Cuisine is synonymous with pasta, but regionally what are the differences? We will make a variety of short cut, long cut and filled pasta, pairing each with the sauce that best fits that pasta shape. Please bring an apron, lunch and take-home containers.
David Trask                            9:00am-2:30 Sa                  49371
11/5                                       Bend CUL 117                    Cost $89

NEW! Spanish Tapas 
Spain is famous for its tapas, culture and nightlife. We will prepare delicious, lively and social dishes just in time for holiday party season. Please bring an apron, lunch and take-home containers.
David Trask                            9:00am-2:30 Sa                  49372
12/3                                       Bend CUL 117                    Cost $89               

Knife Skills
Learn to cut like a pro. This introductory knife skills class will teach you safe handling techniques and how to properly maintain knives. Practice slicing, dicing, chopping and garnishing while making simple soup and salsa in class. Knives will be available for practice and demonstration. Bring your best knife to class, along an apron and storage containers.
Julian Darwin                          9:00am-noon Sa                 49317
10/29                                     Bend CUL 117                    Cost $59

Julian Darwin                          9:00am-noon Sa                 49318

11/19                                     Bend CUL 117                    Cost $59                                
Beer Brewing Sensory Analysis 

Join Sensory Analysis expert, Lou Crooks, from Deschutes Brewery, to learn about flavors in beer, including off flavors and how to prevent them. Discuss the aspects of flavor as you taste samples. Find out how to improve your sensory experience as well as your home beer brewing.  This class is open to anyone interested in learning more about beer but those with home brewing experience will benefit the most. Must be 21+ and show ID.   
Randy Scorby                           6:30pm-8:30 Th                 49602
10/27 to 11/3                             Bend CUL 118                  Cost $59      

Oregon Alcohol Server Training 
Get your OLCC Alcohol Service permit at the Cascade Culinary Institute. Course includes a workbook that is yours to keep and use as a workplace reference guide.  Must be 18 years of age. Class is followed by exam. Bring a $23 check or money order for application fee made out to OLCC (no cash).             

Samuel La Duca                       9:00am-1:00 Sa                 49656
11/5                                         Bend CUL 120                   Cost $49                                                                                                                                                

NEW! Mixology I for Beginners: Specialty Cocktails
Want to learn to make cocktails for the upcoming holiday season? This hands-on and fun interactive class will introduce students to the fundamentals of bartending and holiday cocktails that will surely please any guest or customer. Topics discussed in class will include the process of distilling and the brief history and characteristics that differentiate each distilled spirit. Students will learn bar terminology, pouring techniques, how to properly set up a bar, and operate bar tools/equipment. By the end of the course, students will be able to demonstrate the correct method of creating both traditional and contemporary cocktails in a real-life bar/restaurant setting. This is an entry-level course. Must be 21+ and show ID.                                

Holiday Cocktails
Samuel La Duca                      9:00am-1:00 SaSu               49635
11/19 to 11/20                         Bend CUL 120                     Cost $99




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