Join professional cheesemaker Ryan Mihalik of Terrell Creek Farm for our newest hands-on culinary workshop, “Yogurts Galore!” and discover the art of home yogurt-making! We will learn to create refreshing and probiotic drinkable kefir and master the techniques of making various international styles of yogurts. Then, we’ll dive into the world of Mediterranean flavors, making labneh, tzatziki, and other tasty yogurt-based spreads. Finally, we’ll treat ourselves to homemade frozen yogurt. Under Ryan’s expert guidance, you’ll gain invaluable knowledge and techniques to create these delightful yogurts at home. Get ready to embark on a delicious adventure and become a yogurt-making master!
TICKET TERMS, POLICIES, & USEFUL INFORMATION:
By purchasing this ticket, we agree that we understand that we are joining the Pickwick & Cherry Cooking Club, a private, fraternal organization, and that all food will be prepared by members of the club. We understand that cooking is an activity that involves some inherent danger, including but not limited to cuts, burns, slips and falls, and other risks, and we waive all liability and hold Pickwick & Cherry harmless in the unlikely event we are injured.
We understand and agree to the Cancellation Policy, which states that “Class reservations are like theatre tickets – the show must go on! Therefore, if you find that you cannot make it, we strongly encourage you to send someone else in your place. If need to cancel more than 30 days before your class, you may without penalty. If you need to cancel within 30 days, but more than 14 days, you may switch your reservation to any other of our classes with space available (and pay the difference if necessary). If you must cancel within 14 days, you may exchange your reservation only if we can fill your space in the class. We will certainly work with you to find someone to take your space if we can help, but we encourage you to find someone on your own. If we cancel a class due to unforeseen circumstances or lack of interest, we will refund you in full.”
We understand and agree to the Appropriate Attire Policy, which states, “Please wear appropriate clothes for a hands-on cooking experience. We discourage long flow-y sleeves, lots of fringe, anything with glitter, things that stain easily, and anything else impractical for standing and moving on floors that contain drains, grates, uneven surfaces, and potential slippery areas. FLAT SHOES FOR WOMEN ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.”