Monday, March 2, 2009

Pioneer Days Cooking Class This Saturday...

I am so excited about this class.  We have read all the Little House books at our house and even the boys love them.  Who wouldn’t love stories about roaring rivers, warring Indians, prairie fires and wild animals like panthers and wolves. 

 I had a similar class this summer and it was such fun.  It’s great for children to learn about times in our history that weren’t so affluent and how families worked hard together to build a life and a future.  Cooking meals was an integral part of this world and many of the recipes they prepared are still used today.  EVERY child should learn how to prepare homemade biscuits.  All the problems of the world melt away when a butter and jam topped biscuit melts in your mouth.


Pioneer Days

March 7; 11 a.m.-1 p.m.     $20.00        (6-11 year olds)

Ma Ingalls would be so proud!  Take a step back in time and see what it was like to prepare meals on the prairie.  This class is a great course for the beginning baker as we will prepare homemade biscuits, corn bread, beans and even try Laura’s favorite maple candy.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Robin!!! I can't even come to your blog without wanting to hop into the car and come hang out and cook/eat this yummy food!! The classes sound so awesome and I will definitely have to make the chicken next week! I wish we were closer! Miss you sweet friend!