Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Doughnut Summer

On June 23, 2006, Blognut will learn how to make doughnuts.

The Institute of Culinary Education here in NYC has announced that they will be offering a specialty baking course called Doughnuts, Beignets, and Fritters. There will be 3 sessions offered this spring/summer – May 21st, June 23rd, and September 21st. The course will be taught by former Army sniper-turned-pastry chef Chad Pagano, with each session lasting 5 hours.

Students will learn to make apple fritters, French beignets, old-fashioned buttermilk cake doughnuts, classic doughnuts, jelly-filled doughnuts, and ricotta-yeast doughnuts, among other Nut-relatives. Tuition is $90 and no previous Nut-Experience is required.

Other courses being offered that Blognut recommends include: Best Homemade Pizza, Soul Food and Old School Hip Hop with DJ Q, and Authentic Southern BBQ. For a complete list of courses see the ICE’s Web site.

It’s going to be a great summer.

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