With the majority of our autumn classes already at capacity, Heirloom Cookshop is excited to announce expanded workshop offerings in 2020! Equal parts kitchen and community hub, since it’s genesis Heirloom Cookshop has created a space for nourishment, connection, creativity, and innovation. In that spirit, our winter series of educational offerings is expanding in order to better reflect our values, talents, and interests as a community.
Just as integral in the design of the Heirloom Cookshop space as she is the composition of her weekly menus, Chef Schu shares, “I consider myself an artist that works with many mediums, inside and outside of the Cookshop. Heirloom provides a sense of creativity beyond just food and flavors.” To this end, you can expect to see offerings in terrariums, hand-painted trays, and natural cold care alongside culinary classes in foraging, Instapot cooking, family meal prep, and regional cuisine.
In addition to expanding workshop genres, Heirloom is pleased to share that we will be increasing class frequency and broadening our audience. While Wednesday evenings will remain dedicated to workshops, Tuesdays and Sundays will also make their way onto the cookshop class calendar. Plus, with the addition of these dates, you can look forward to more family friendly options such as Sunday meal prep sessions and classes for kids!
With 36 classes slated for January through March, there’s something on the menu for everyone in the Heirloom Cookshop community. “This valley is rich with artists and makers of all kinds, “ says Chef Schu, “people seeking a creative outlet and a convivial place to share ideas and talents. Heirloom Cookshop provides a welcoming and aesthetically beautiful place to get the creative juices flowing.”
Stay tuned for next week’s newsletter where we will announce the first set of 2020 Heirloom Cookshop classes available for registry. We hope you’ll take a seat at the table!