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Holiday Fare at the Open Hearth
Cooking
November 1-7, 2009
Instructor: Kay Moss
Tuition: $512.00
Prepare festive foods at the hearth as you make friends with the bake kettle, spit, and pipkin. Heritage dishes worthy of rediscovery include jugged hare, quail pie, forced pumpkin, and of course, plum pudding. (These historic recipes translate well from fireplace and campfire to modern kitchen.) Finally, relax by the fire to create kitchen tools while we explore early holiday traditions. Everyone welcome.

Tending to the hearth in the Cooking Studio
Other Classes This Week
Nantucket Baskets: A True American Art Form - Basketry
Traditional Joinery Projects - Blacksmithing
A Family Tradition in Clay - Clay
Illustrating Nature's Marvelous Patterns - Drawing
Playing with Fire - Experimental Enameling - Enameling
Arborsculpture - Gardening, Nature Studies, Unique Offerings, Woodworking
Stained Glass Panels - Glass
Continuing Autoharp - Music
Photographing the Natural World Around You - Photography
The Campbell Folk School Quilt - Quilting
Weaving Shaker Rag Rugs - Rugs, Weaving
Old World Santa - Woodcarving
Firewood to Fine Art - Woodturning
Building a Square-neck Resonator Guitar (Dobro) - Music, Woodworking
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