Hol­i­day treats fea­tured in lat­est cook­ing class

The Standard Journal - - LOCAL - By Sean Wil­liams [email protected]­hoo.com

While both the Rock­mart Farm­ers Mar­ket and the Polk School District en­joys their hol­i­day breaks, mar­ket staff and stu­dents still took the op­por­tu­nity to come to­gether for the lat­est cook­ing class, this one cen­tered around sea­sonal treats.

Youth were taught the ins and outs of mak­ing ap­ple cider donut muffins, homemade hot choco­late and homemade marsh­mal­lows.

Those who missed the class but are in­ter­ested in learn­ing how to make healthy dishes can visit Up­com­ing Classes — Rock­mart Farm­ers Mar­ket for de­tails on fu­ture events. Each course is typ­i­cally $5.50, but schol­ar­ships are avail­able for those who ap­ply.

Each class is held at the Sil­ver Comet trail­head. in­gre­di­ents for them­selves

Whether whisk­ing can­visit­the­mar­ketev­ery in­gre­di­ents, bak­ing in the Thurs­day from 2 through 6 oven, or ic­ing the muffins, p.m. on Wa­ter Street af­ter each stu­dent was given a its Jan­uary 17 re­turn. chance to par­tic­i­pate in “The ap­ple cider also gives dif­fer­ent ways. more fla­vor,” mar­ket board

Since the classes use mem­ber Heather Davis said. kitchen ap­pli­ances and “If you use ap­ple juice, it’s other po­ten­tially dan­ger­ous not gonna come out as well, items, par­ents should judge and if you use ap­ple cider for them­selves whether their with­out re­duc­ing by half, child is ready to at­tend. The it’s not gonna come out as lower age for the limit for well.” the youth cour­ses is 8 years The stu­dents were old, how­ever. given the chance to feed

With it cur­rently be­ing them­selves and their ap­ple sea­son, the ap­ple par­ents be­fore leav­ing. cider muffins served as Cour­ses are typ­i­cally listed an im­por­tant item in the on the web­site at the start class be­cause nutri­tional of each month, so those ed­u­ca­tion is a cen­tral topic in­ter­ested in a sim­i­lar in each course. ex­pe­ri­ence should check

Sim­ply teach­ing youth fre­quently. how to cook is an im­por­tant Floyd Polk Med­i­cal Cen­ter as­pect of the classes, but cur­rently sits as the only teach­ing stu­dents to ma­jor spon­sor, but many make good tast­ing food smaller, lo­cal busi­nesses with healthy ma­te­ri­als is have of­fered funds and the over­all goal. Those spon­sor­ship to­wards the in­ter­ested in test­ing the mar­ket.

/ Sean Wil­liams

Youth were taught the ins and outs of mak­ing ap­ple cider donut muffins, homemade hot choco­late, and homemade marsh­mal­lows dur­ing the fi­nal cook­ing classes of 2018.

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