2019 Young Chef/ Kids Cooking Classes at the Savory Spoon

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 …

Italian, Seafood On the Menu at Savory Spoon Oct. 13-14

By Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse Coming to Fall Fest in Sister Bay? Join Savory Spoon Cooking School on Friday or Saturday night as the school celebrates a great 2017 season. On Oct. 13 at 6 pm, “Foods of Emilia-Romagna” will have participants cooking the robust, distinctive and superior food of this Italian region. The menu includes Wild Porcini Mushroom Tart; Balsamic Roasted Chicken and Potatoes; Grilled Broccoli Rabi with …

Savory Spoon Releases Itinerary for France Culinary Trip

By Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse Savory Spoon Cooking School is heading across the Atlantic in a trip to Gascony, France from May 14-20, 2018. Southwest France is a foodie’s paradise and the specialties of the region will speak to palates like no other. Duck confit, prunes, armagnac (brandy) and fois gras, are just a few of the regional specialties travelers will indulge in. Gascony is ancient and seems to …

Shoreline Chef Mike Mead to Teach Class at Savory Spoon

By Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse Mike Mead, executive chef at Shoreline Restaurant, will be the featured guest chef at Savory Spoon Cooking School on Sept. 28 at 6 pm. Mead, chef/owner of the Shoreline Restaurant for 21 years, has a passion for whitefish and mussels and his favorites will be featured in this class. The menu includes whitefish dip on handmade pita; salad of spring greens with prosciutto and …

Savory Spoon Announces New Workshops For Aug 26, 27

By Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse Savory Spoon is welcoming students into their kitchen for a pair of upcoming workshops. In “Just Say Cheese,” Aug. 26 at 6 pm, award-winning artisan cheesemaker George Crave will lead a special class about exploring the craft of making fresh mozzarella. The Crave family has been in the dairy business for more than 20 years. The menu includes Fresh Mozzarella with Cantaloupe and Blueberry …