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Olive's Workshops

Warming Winter Spice Blends: Chocolate Lands

Regular price $65.00
Regular price Sale price $65.00

Instructor: Nanette Davidson

Thursday, February 2

10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 

Ages: 16+

All Levels

Enjoy a cozy winter day mixing herb s and spices to create healthful and flavorful blends that will enhance your daily fare. Learn some interesting facts about the ingredients and explore flavor profiles from different parts of the world where spices abound. Discussions include the origin and benefits of individual spices and herbs. Spice blends will be created during this workshop and packaged to use at home. Participants will enjoy a hearty tasting of dishes created with the spice blends including some made by the instructor in advance and some simple dishes made together during the workshop.

Chocolate Lands flavors include:  

Mole, Adobo, Hot Chocolate, Arroz Bowl, Handmade Tortillas, Chili Truffles

All ingredients and tasting samples are included with a Materials Kit Fee of $20-$25 payable to the instructor at the time of the workshop.  

*Materials fee is determined by the number of participants and cost of goods at the time of the workshop. 

*Payment by cash or check is required for materials fees.  

Students may choose to bring:

  • Apron
  • Note-taking materials

*Masks are recommended but not required while participating in a workshop or event.

About Nanette Davidson:

Nanette Davidson began the cooking program for the John C. Campbell Folk School in 1998 and served as Resident Artist for twenty years. In 2018 she authored "The Folk School Cookbook: A Collection of Seasonal Favorites," which features recipes from the dining hall, greater Folk School community, and many of her own recipes from decades of cooking. Nanette has taught adults and children alike at summer camp settings, wine and food festivals, farmers markets, sustainability fairs, arboretums, teaching kitchens, wellness centers, and more. Her food philosophy is whole, fresh, healthy, colorful, and seasonal.

Photo by Tetiana Bykovets