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Hill’s Kitchen Offers GF Baking Class

October 13th, 2009 by Brandi

Hill’s Kitchen in the Eastern Market neighborhood is a gourmet cooking store that I stumbled upon recently because of its pressure cooking courses. There are few cooking classes that delve into the  locavore culture, but Hill’s Kitchen is all about teaching people to cook with seasonal ingredients and preserve summer’s pleasures in jams, jellies and canned sauces.

What’s better? Today, the gourmet shop announced its November class schedule. What a treat – the local entrepreneurs are offering a gluten free baking demo.What’s even better than that? While bacon can sometimes be a glutie dining challenge, it’s often safe, but the hip new butchers of the world (like Nathan Anda of Red Apron Butchery) say make it yourself. Before learning how to bake GF toast, figure out how to cure your own bacon.

The recommendation is to book early; apparently Hill’s Kitchen’s approach to d.i.y. culinary education is in hot demand.

November Hill’s Kitchen Classes:

11/1 11-1p Cooking Without Meat

11/1 3-5p The Best of the Season: Apples

11/3 6.30-7.45p The Harried Chef: Roasted Chicken

11/6 6.30-8p Basic Knife Skills

11/7 11-12:30p Handmade Pasta

11/8 11-1p Baking Bread at the Speed of You

11/8 3-5p Knife Skills 2: Poultry

11/10 7-9p Lox to Learn with Allison Sosna from DC Central Kitchen

11/11 6.30-8p Basic Knife Skills

11/12 6.30-7.45p The Harried Chef: Fondue- It’s Back.

11/14 11-12.30p Basic Knife Skills

11/14 3-5p Curing Meats: Bacon and Pancetta

11/15 11-1p PIE!

11/15 3-6p The Thanksgiving Basics: A Guide for the Modern Cook

11/17 6.30-8p Basic Knife Skills

11/19 7-9p Gluten Free Baking

11/21 10-1p The Thanksgiving Basics: A Guide for the Modern Cook

11/21 3-5p Farmer’s Market Cooking

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