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.