One of the things I love best about food is how it brings people together. That’s certainly the case for family meals and socials with friends, and also with the news I’m excited to share with you today. In just a couple of weeks I’ll be leading my first cooking class at the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle. The Museum has scheduled a fun lineup of pancake classes–one for each of the Nordic countries–this winter and spring and they’ve asked me to teach the Norwegian one that kicks off the series this month.
If you’re in Seattle and have an interest in cooking alongside other people with a passion for Nordic food (particularly pancakes!), I hope you’ll consider coming out for the class on Saturday, January 25, from 10am to 12:30pm. We’ll gather in the kitchen for some hands-on time making pannekaker and a hearty Norwegian soup then sit down to brunch.
The class is just $30 ($25 for museum members), and there’s a discount if you sign up for the five-class series. Find out how to register–and see the whole lineup–on the museum’s website. I hope to see some of you there!
4 thoughts on “Coming Up: Cooking Class in Seattle”
See you there! I can manage plattar (Swedish) but pancakes never work. Hope to learn some good tricks.
The pannekaker looks a lot like a pancake, but it must have something different! Hopefully sometime you could share the recipe with us.
Great class; successfully made pancakes at home day after the class. Thanks!
Agneta – Thank you for coming to the class! It was a pleasure to meet you. I’m glad to hear that you were able to successfully recreate the process. Let me know if you have any more questions along the way.