Meet Me for Breakfast: Classic Breakfast Dishes FLEX
In this 8 WEEK *flex* course students will prepare: chocolate chip pancakes, frittata, french toast, breakfast burritos, blueberry muffins, Denver omelets, cinnamon coffee cake, and breakfast sandwiches, on a flexible weekly schedule.
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Completed by 11 learners
learners per class
$9 per week
Over 8 weeks
No live meetings
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In this eight-week FLEX class students will learn to make eight classic breakfast foods from scratch. There are NO LIVE MEETINGS for this class to allow students maximum flexibility to participate each week. Student families purchase the supplies on their own each week, and prepare each dish using prerecorded detailed demonstrations. Students complete the assigned activities that provide opportunities to interact both with other students in class and with me, the teacher. Though we will...
Students will finish this class with confidence from the experience of preparing eight classic breakfast recipes to share with their family.
I am offering this class as an introductory class for older students to begin cooking classic meals from scratch. I have been cooking, baking and feeding people my whole life. My cooking focuses on foods that are whole, and natural as much as possible, but breakfast is a 'splurge' class for me! I will review safety and proper techniques every time we use: knives, a stovetop, or the oven. I will use clear and visible demonstrations as well as explain why we are using the specific techniques (why it is safer).
Eat your amazing food!
2 files available upon enrollmentA pfd file with the supply list for the first week will be available upon enrollment. Each week the supply list will be posted in the Outschool classroom no later than Monday for that week.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This is a cooking class that involves the use of knives, and a stovetop or oven. Parents must be present in case of accidents or emergencies, and available if their student needs assistance. Students need not be experts, but should be familiar with knives. I will review knife safety in every class that uses knives, demonstrate each cut, and explain how the technique keeps us safe. At parent or student request I can provide an additional demonstration video if needed. Please make sure they have sharp knives and consider buying them their own chef's knife with a shorter blade meant for smaller hands. They should not use steak knives as a substitute. It is your responsibility to review the ingredients each week and to let me know if there are any allergies or sensitivities you need help with so I can help you find an alternative. Families should purchase supplies ahead of time and students should be prepared to cook with me in the video. The lesson in the video is in real time. The only exception to this is long baking times.
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402 total reviews
237 completed classes
I am a credentialed teacher with a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Teaching. I have held teaching certifications in California, Alaska, and currently in Washington State with endorsements in social studies, civics, and government. My 10...