Dust off your mixer and get ready to bake! Of course we'll make a batch of cookies (Chocolate Mint Meltaways, to be exact), but holiday baking is about more than that. I always like to have a delicious breakfast sweet to serve overnight guests. Cranberry-Pecan Streusel Muffins tick that box. What about a lovely baked good to make as gifts for neighbors, friends, teachers? Carrot Cake Loaf with Apple Cider is your answer. Finally looking for a dessert to dazzle your holiday table? That would be Gingerbread Layer Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting and Candied Pistachios.
Where is the class held?
Classes are held at the Two Aprons kitchen at my home. The address is 2 Oakmount Circle, Lexington - first house on the left when you turn onto Oakmount (gray cape cod w/ yellow door). Please note that I have a cat, which I put away during the classes, in case you have allergies.
What's the class format?
Classes are taught in what I like to call an "interactive demonstration" format. Participants are welcome to help out with the recipes, but can also sit back and watch. We always have a lively discussion and questions are encouraged - it's definitely not a lecture.
What should I bring to the class?
Just bring yourself and a beverage, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, if you wish (I provide water - still and sparkling). I provide aprons, equipment, copies of recipes and the food. Occasionally we will have leftovers, so feel fring to bring a reusable container if you want to bring food home.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is public transport (bus) to Lexington center. I am about a half mile walk from the center. As for parking, there is plenty of street parking available on my street.
What's the refund policy?
Full refund up to one week before the class. Within one week of the class I will give you a refund if I can fill the space.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org