Chessa from Maybe Local Vegan also took this class at a different location. So now you have 2 testimonials to take this class. If you're not in the Seattle area, sorry for tempting you.
This is the only cooking class for the fall quarter that Andy would take. Because it had biscuits and gravy.
Here is the food....
Spiced Pecans - YUMMY. Andy hates nuts, so I got to eat his too :) This was the only food in this class that I got to take from him...
Miss D's Smokin' Collards. The BEST ever. Typically I hate the bitterness of collards, but these had no bitterness at all. Just a big pile of smoky deliciousness.
Vegan Buttermilk Biscuits and "Sausage" and Mushroom Gravy. OMG, these biscuits were so moist and flaky good. And the gravy was sooo good. I found out from Dawnula that you shouldn't use a sweet "milk" in gravy otherwise when it thickens up, it will have a gross sweet flavor. Could be the reason that the last batch of gravy I made got sweeter as time went by. That was because I was using a rice and soy blend. The sweetness of the rice milk was a bad move. Lesson learned. Thanks, Dawnula!
Bread Pudding with Maple-whiskey sauce. YUMMERS. I love bread pudding - the apples and currants were a bonus!
BTW, a worm pile can sometimes include Kobie. That's because Tubs LOVES Kobie. Technically Kobie isn't a cat, so I wasn't lying about the worm pile rules & regs in my house where max = 4 cats in a pile. Now watch Faline and Nibbler make me a liar by hanging w/ their enemy cats.