Ger-Nis INTERNATIONAL, LLC

Russian Dumplings

Start:
January 4, 2020 5:00 pm
End:
January 4, 2020 7:00 pm
Cost:
$50
iCal Import
Venue:
Bolinas Location
Address:
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271 Poplar Rd, Bolinas, CA, United States, 94924

A freezer full of homemade Russian-style dumplings is the best way to stock up for the cold rainy days of winter. This class will teach you exactly how to do it.  And naturally, we will be pairing the dumplings and tasting local vodkas, because we are going all out Russian style for this one. We are essentially cooking up the article featured in Edible Marin & Wine Country: Tabletop Perestroika We will focus on two types of dumplings Pelmeni & Vareniki. Pelmeni are small ear-shaped, meat-filled dumplings. Vareniki are larger, crescent-shaped dumplings, usually filled with cheese or fruit jam.   For the vodkas we are skipping the grape based locals and emphasizing the Russian-style grain based folks in the spirit of authenticity. Cold vodka and a belly filled with warm dumplings is what your winter needs. We teach you how to pull it off at home!

Recipes: Russian Style Dumpling Dough, Pelmeni Siberian Meat Filled Dumplings Vareniki Cheese Filled Dumplings, Vodka Pickled Beets- Vodka Tastings: Charbay  Distilling Co. Vodka, Young and Yonder Armondt Vodka, Spirits Works Vodka

Class Type: Hands-on cooking class

Class Notes: How many dumplings can you gobble up?


Nissa Pierson

Founder of Ger-Nis, Nissa Pierson, is always looking how to cook and eat well while remaining lazy (sometimes)! One of her longtime quests has been winter dumplings and it turns out to be much easier than most would expect. She is pleased to share her years of hard work perfecting this dish and show you how easy and quick it is to make. In addition to running Ger-Nis , cooking writing and recipe development (and working with global organic growers) Nissa is a long time culinary instructor specializing fresh herbs. Besides being a passionate teacher of fresh herbs, organics and fair-trade, she enjoys spice (in her food and in her life), good conversation and debates, yoga, the ocean  and submersing herself in the food and culture of the world. Contact Nissa