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Each of our classes will be held in the Tomasic Hall. Unless specified, you don't need to bring anything with you for the classes. If it is a cooking class, people have been known to bring their favorite apron for show, or for protection. The Strawberry Hill Museum will provide all materials needed for you to enjoy the class. Typically the class will include you taking your finished product home with you. So, dress comfortably and plan on having a fun time.
Strudel Class - Just in time for Christmas, the Strawberry Hill Museum is blessed with awesome teachers for the making of apple strudel. Learn the secrets of the “Old World” and how they made the delicious pastry and apple filling. You will have hands on for making your own strudel that you will be able to take home and bake or freeze for a special occasion.
Imagine the delicious mouth-watering smells in your own home as you prepare your own homemade apple strudel.
Pysanky Class - Back by popular demand! Irene Thompson is again presenting a class on the art of Pysanky, the European tradition of decorating eggs. Each student will be able to take their “work of art” home to enjoy during the Christmas holiday.
Ukrainian Egg Decorating Class. A pysanka (Ukrainian: писанка, plural: pysanky) is a Ukrainian egg, decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist method. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, “to write”, as the designs are not painted on, but written with beeswax.
Sarma Class - Stuffed cabbage in one form or another is present in most world cuisines but especially among Eastern Europeans. It is a hearty dish that many Croatians serve every day but especially for special occasions and holidays. Recipes vary from cook to cook, but they all consist of a meat filling wrapped in cabbage and cooked over more cabbage usually in a tomato sauce for more flavor. You will have your own creation to take home and bake or freeze or another time.