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Thursday, February 23, 2006

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We would love to share information with curious and interested parties, so leave your contact info in the Comments. Also, let us know what you would be interested in in terms of classes, wares, hard-to-find rareties and your preferences:

Bake?
Cook?
Hearty?
Haute?
Simple?
Epic?
Omnivore?
Herbivore?

6 Comments:

At 10:33 AM, Anonymous Nicole LaRace said...

I would love to take part in an Emergency Substitution class. Actually, I could teach this class (unless you want like pros, yo.) I find myself experimenting often - like one time I ran out of corn syrup while trying to bake some pies and I discovered a way to make my own substitution. Or, another time I ran out of buttermilk, and worked out a way to substitute regular milk and certain portion of vinegar for the same effect. Both of these went off perfectly. This kind of thing really interests me.

 
At 10:34 AM, Anonymous Nicole LaRace said...

Also - canning! Make your own jarred fruits, pickles, vegetables, jams, etc.

Very exciting.

 
At 12:31 PM, Anonymous ernie monteiro said...

a regular Basics Class would be great

such as cooking Basics; learning to braise, poach, roast

or Basic of ethnic cuisine: Mexican , Thai, Indian

or Even Baking Basics

 
At 12:32 PM, Anonymous ernie monteiro said...

a regular Basics Class would be great

such as cooking Basics; learning to braise, poach, roast

or Basic of ethnic cuisine: Mexican , Thai, Indian

or Even Baking Basics

 
At 8:39 PM, Anonymous sady said...

breads
preserves
fish
science of baking
intro to spices sweet & savory
can't wait

 
At 11:02 PM, Anonymous Isa said...

My friend Amy told me about the store and I'm really excited for it! My husband works in the area so I'll be stopping by (or sending him) often.

Classes that I think people would like:
Sushi rolling, cake decorating, the canning idea is a great one, waffle making, crepe making. I'd love to teach a cupcake decorating class!

I think you should sell idli pans, those are impossible to find. And lots of frosting tips. And cute kitchen timers for impulse buys. And those laptop lunchbox bento box things. Also, not enough kitchen supply stores sell things to hang your pots and pans on. The overhead ones and also the wall mounted ones. Oh, and those individual cupcake holders. Cute.

In another blog you asked for tools you can't live without so I'll just answer that here:
1- Tongs Tongs Tongs
2- Fine mesh strainer (for sifting)
3- Wusthof chef's knife (kind of a no brainer)
4- Cast iron grill pan, not a tool but whatever
5- Wooden spatula

Add me to your mailing list and good luck!
postpunkkitchen@gmail.com

 

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