Adult Cooking &
Baking Classes

Challah Baking Workshop
With Margaret Hathaway

Sunday Sept. 17, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Rosen Family Kitchen – 1342 Congress St., Portland
$18/JCA members, $20/General public
5 student minimum
Registration deadline: Tuesday, September 12

 

Bring the tradition of challah baking into your home! In this two hour class, foodie and cookbook author Margaret Hathaway will share her family’s recipe for challah, with variations for whole wheat and raisin loaves, and tips for baking and shaping the dough. This hands-on session will follow the process from proofing the yeast through putting the loaf in the oven. Participants will leave with recipes and a loaf of challah.

Vegetarian Jewish Cooking From Around the World
With Margaret Hathaway

Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
6 sessions: Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Oct. 17, Oct. 24, Nov. 7, Nov. 14
(No class on Oct. 10 or Oct. 31)
Rosen Family Kitchen – 1342 Congress St., Portland
Tuition: $135/JCA members, $150/General public, plus $50 ingredients fee
5 student minimum
Registration deadline: Monday, September 18

 

Explore the world of vegetarian Jewish cooking with foodie and cookbook author Margaret Hathaway! From Moscow to Marrakesh, we’ll visit a new region of diaspora cooking in each of the course’s six sessions. In every class, we’ll make three dishes: bread/salad, main course, and dessert, and we’ll end each session sharing the meal we’ve created. Participants will receive a packet of recipes and resources for further culinary exploration.

Jewish Baking From Around the World
With Margaret Hathaway

Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
4 sessions: February 27, March 6, March 20, March 27
Rosen Family Kitchen, 1342 Congress St., Portland
Tuition: $90/JCA members, $100/General public, plus $30 ingredients fee
5 student minimum
Registration deadline: Friday, February 16

 

Bake like your bubbie in this four session class! Explore the world of Jewish baking with foodie and cookbook author Margaret Hathaway. Beginning before Purim with hamantaschen and Czech kolache, we’ll explore classic Jewish cookies, breads and cakes, and look at Ashkenazi and Sephardic variations on the same themes. Participants will leave each session with treats to take home, and with a packet of recipes and resources for further culinary exploration.