Art of Food | Ages 8 – 14, CANCELLED

Starting DateJuly 13, 2020

Ending DateJuly 16, 2020

Ticket Prices$79

Time 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Event Description

Virtual Class with Materials List 

Monday – Thursday

July 13 – 16

12 noon – 3 p.m. 

Class fee: $79 

Instructor: Hillary Price

 

Gather, chop, mix, blend, spread, bake, make, and share your edible creations. Each day make vegetarian recipes, learn about ingredients, practice prep skills, learn valuable safety skills, and taste your efforts. Also, create your own recipe book and design a model food truck. Adults, please plan to be present with your child for added support using knives, stovetop burners, and the oven for food prep. 

 

Hillary Price earned her M.F.A. with a focus in painting and installation at the University of Minnesota. She is a maker of objects and images that question our own reality through the use of non- traditional materials and interactive technology. With experience working in galleries and classrooms ranging from elementary to college, she leverages her unique art world perspective to inspire her students to share their voices in the classroom and beyond.

 


 

DAY ONE

We will Make

• Fresh Berry Jam

• Peanut butter and jam sandwich with a fresh fruit or veggie side (substitute peanut butter

with sunflower butter for food allergies)

• Handmade recipe and sketchbook

Food Ingredients

• 2.5 cups (1/2 lb) fresh berries- strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, etc.)

• 1/4 cup granulated sugar OR 3 tablespoons of honey, maple syrup, agave nectar, or any other sugar substitute

• 1 lemon

• 2 slices bread

• Peanut, almond or sunflower butter

• Your favorite fruit or veggie to cut up for a snack

Equipment Needed

• 1.5 – 2-quart pot

• 2 metal spoons

• Measuring cups and spoons

• Potato masher or large fork

• Heatproof spatula or wooden spoon

• Knife

• Cutting board

• 1 8 oz glass jar (recycled jam or condiment jar)

• Stove top burner

Art materials needed

• 10 or more sheets 8.5” x 11” (printer or drawing paper cut to size)

• 1 sheet construction paper or cardstock

• Pencil or favorite drawing materials

• For binding (either)

• Stapler

• OR

• Large embroidery needle, embroidery floss and scissors

 

DAY TWO

We will Make

• Pizza Sauce

• Pizza dough (easy rise)

• Taste maps (we’ll draw what and how we taste)

• Dream pizza drawings

Food Ingredients (yields one large pizza with sauce leftover)

Pizza Sauce

• 6 ounces tomato paste

• 15 ounces tomato sauce

• 1-2 tablespoons Italian seasoning

• 3 cloves garlic

• 1/2 – 1 onion

• salt

• pepper

• optional- sugar or substitute to taste and cut acidity

Pizza dough

• 1 0.25-ounce package active dry yeast

• 1 teaspoon white sugar (no substitutes)

• 1 cup warm water

• 2.5 cups flour (all purpose or bread flour)

• 2 tablespoons olive oil

• 1 teaspoon salt

• Cooking spray to grease pizza pan or stone

Toppings

• You choose the toppings that best suit your tastes.

• Recommended- mozzarella cheese or cheese substitute.

• If you choose fresh veggies, we will go over how to safely chop and slice these.

Equipment Needed

• Large mixing bowl

• Measuring spoons and cups

• Warm water

• Spatula or spoon for mixing

• Pizza stone or pan

• Flat surface for rolling out dough (optional rolling pin, instructor will show how to roll out by hand and pin)

• 1 quart or larger pot

• Oven

• Stovetop burner

• Knife

• Cutting board

• Pizza cutter

• Recycled glass condiment jar to store extra pizza sauce in

Art materials needed

• Recipe and sketchbook made yesterday

• Pencil, crayons, color pencils or markers to draw and write with

 

DAY THREE

We will make

• Veggie Stir Fry

• Recycled materials food truck

Food Ingredients (yields 4 servings)

• 1 broccoli head

• 1 onion

• 2 bell peppers (any color)

• 1 zucchini

• 1/4 cabbage

• 3 cloves garlic

• 1/4 cup Soy sauce

• Ginger (either 1 tbsp fresh or 1/4 tsp powdered)

• Chili powder (to taste)

• Salt (to taste)

• Pepper (to taste)

• 1 tbsp honey, maple syrup or agave

• Optional seasoning- turmeric

• 1/2-1 package of soba noodles

• Note: Please feel free to add on any vegetables or take away any that are not your favorite. Have at least 3 fresh vegetables ready to cut and cook.

Equipment needed

• Knife

• Cutting board

• Large pan

• Plate (for putting cut veggies on before cooking)

• 1-2-quart pot (for blanching broccoli and cooking soba noodles)

• Measuring cups and spoons

• Small bowl and spoon for mixing sauce

• Spatula or spoon for stirring

• Stovetop burner

Art materials needed

• Recipe and sketchbook

• Pencil, crayons, color pencils or markers to draw and write with

• Scissors

• Glue

• Tape

• Toothpicks or wooden skewers

• Recycled food containers

• Ex: cereal and snack boxes, egg cartons, toilet paper or paper towel tubes, recycled paper, etc.

• Optional decorations for food truck- washable acrylic or tempera paint, construction paper, cardstock, markers, etc.

 

DAY FOUR

We will make

• Fresh baked cake and icing decorations

• We will finish making our recycled material food truck

• We will share any of our favorite recipes and fill our recipe/ sketchbooks with new cooking ideas

Food ingredients needed

Both cake recipes below will need cooking spray or butter to grease the pan

Regular Yellow Cake

• 2 1/3 cups all-purpose flour

• 1 tablespoon baking powder

• 3/4 teaspoon salt

• 1 1/2 cups white sugar

• 1/2 cup shortening

• 2 eggs

• 1 cup milk (or non-dairy substitute)

• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

• Optional – to make this chocolate add 1/4 cup cocoa powder

Vegan Vanilla Cake

• 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour

• 1 cup white sugar

• 1 teaspoon baking soda

• 1/2 teaspoon salt

• 1 cup non-dairy milk

• 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

• 1/3 cup olive oil (sub canola or vegetable oil)

• 1 tablespoon white or apple cider vinegar

• Vanilla or Chocolate Frosting

• 3 and 3/4 cups powdered sugar

• 3 tablespoons butter or vegan butter substitute

• 4 tablespoons milk or non-dairy milk

• 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

 

• Optional chocolate frosting- add 3/4 cup cocoa powder, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 3 more tablespoons of butter or vegan butter

• Choose your decoration technique

• Fresh berries

• Food coloring added to frosting and put in sandwich bags to pipe onto cake

 

Equipment needed

• Mixing spoons and cups

• Mixing bowl for cake

• Mixing bowl for frosting

• Whisk

• Spoon for scooping batter into pan

• Butter knife for decorating cake with icing

• 9 x 13-inch pan for regular cake mix

• 7-inch round pan or 8 x 4-inch loaf pan for vegan vanilla cake

• Toothpick or fork to check if cakes are done cooking

• Oven

• Oven mitts

• Timer

• Optional for decorating

• Fresh fruit

• Knife and cutting board

• Food coloring

• Spoon

• Plastic sandwich bags

• Scissors

• Plate to set sandwich bags down on

Art materials needed

• Recipe and sketchbook

• Pencil, crayons, color pencils or markers to draw and write with

• Scissors

• Glue

• Tape

• Toothpicks or wooden skewers

• Recycled food containers

• Ex: cereal and snack boxes, egg cartons, toilet paper or paper towel tubes, recycled paper, etc.

• Optional decorations for food truck- washable acrylic or tempera paint, construction paper, cardstock, markers, etc.

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