The Savory Spoon offers the ultimate visit at Villa Bonita as an immersion in the way of life in a small Mexican village as well as an up close and personal experience with the culinary and cultural guidance and expertise of Janice and Anna.
Cooking classes can give kids the confidence and curiosity to get creative in the kitchen, building a lifelong habit of healthier eating. To maximize these benefits, look for at our cooking class’s that emphasizes nutrition education along with cooking skills. Why sign up your child, grandchild, niece or nephew up for cooking class? Here are some reasons! Cooking classes are fun, they are sure to have a few laughs. Cooking …
The fourth Thursday of every month we will have a professional sharpener from Green Bay at the school from noon to 2.
Learn how to use seasonal materials to create charming floral arrangements to decorate your Door County table. Refreshments will be served. Space is limited.
Basque cooking enjoys a reputation for being one of the best cuisines in the world. Indulge in Basque charcuterie, farmstead sheep’s milk cheese, as well as the many outstanding wines of the region. Find out more about our 2019 trip.
The first class had guests creating a floral arrangement in an old fashioned wooden berry box, line with a red check towel.
This year the Savory Spoon has a few exciting changes that we believe make us greener. This is the first year in 15 years that we have not done a mailing of our brochure. Everyone must sign up on line for all of our classes, and that is where they see our calendar of classes as well. Help us save a tree. If you would like a hard copy of …
The 2018 Savory Spoon class calendar and registration are now available. Visit the registration site to view 60+ courses and events, starting in June and running through October.