Autumn sets the ideal aperture for pie making, allowing the sweetening fall produce to assist in the bittersweet transformation of the seasons. This class ensures that every sort of potential pie ingredient is put to the best use! And in this class everything taste like pie, even the drinks! There is a wide range of knowledge to obtain when it comes to preparing ideal autumn pies! From amplifying apple pies with pure cinnamon and bubbling Italian Prosecco to obtaining the background knowledge for preparing a traditional apple pie using the cross stitch top method, you will see the various designs of producing the highest quality of apple pies. You’ll discover how to draw upon fall sage’s greatest culinary virtues mingled with freshly prepared whipped cream and fall spices to further prepare fall desserts and then… use similar fall crust designs to cleverly assemble pockets, bars and tartlets that make you fall for fall! Fortifying pecans with bourbon in a fall bar, ensuring the flavor of ricotta with vanilla in a tartlet, you will be the reason for the warming of many an autumn!
Recipes: Cinnamon Apple Pie Prosecco, Old Fashioned Apple Pie with Cross Stitch Top, Maple Sage Crusted Pumpkin Tart with Nut Meg Cardamom Whipped Cream, Rosemary Plum Pie Pockets, Pecan Bourbon Pie Bars, Vanilla Ricotta Fig Tartlets
Class Type: Individual
Class Notes: Pie making, the lost art is moving in for revival this fall at Ger-Nis!
Managing Director the Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center in Park Slope, Brooklyn, Nissa Pierson, is the utmost of a food enthusiast in the kitchen. Nissa began her food journey as a child in Central America later to open Ger-Nis International LLC, a fair-trade, organic fruit & vegetable distribution company with an emphasis on fresh herbs and helping small subsistence growers throughout the world bring their goods to market for fair pricing. To further her desire to teach others about healthy living and eating, as well as agriculture and food sustainability, Nissa opened the Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb, specializing in a wide range of recreational cooking and educational classes for adults and children; promoting healthy eating and living habits through hands on and lecture style classroom environments. She is fully committed to the community, as well as the planet, focusing on the entire cooking and eating process, from grower to “cooker.” In addition to traveling the world seeking organic and fair-trade conversation for her business, she is a noted cooking instructor & recipe writer focusing on fresh herbs as well as an extremist in proving that the art of eating and cooking well is a relatively simple process and just takes enthusiasm and some tidbits of knowledge. She has specialized in children’s cooking classes for many years and believes children are seeking better food knowledge and is always up for the challenge. Besides being a passionate about food she enjoys spice in general life, good food & cultural & political conversation and debates, kickboxing, the ocean and surfing, and submersing herself in the food and culture of the world. She loves solving problems and turning lemons into lemonade. Contact Nissa
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