20 Please Bring Containers, an Apron, and Dish Towel for All Culinary Classes Fresh Cheese and Homemade Butter Making your own fresh cheese and butter is one of the simplest and most delicious ways to get back to basics in your own kitchen while wowing your dinner guests and family! We’ll make fresh herbed and honey butter, classic farmer’s cheese, and scrumptious fresh mozzarella while we discuss the biology of cheese, how to source quality milk, and what to do with your delectable fresh creations. Please bring at least two containers to take home cheese and butter. Monday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 25 • $55 CU14-S19a Instructor: Sammy Barrett Thursday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • April 25 • $55 CU14-S19b Instructor: Sammy Barrett Super Foods! Super You! Dinner Party Learn how to prepare two full-course dinners using the best whole foods on the planet, to gain energy, vitality and optimum health. Our Dinner Party course shows students of all culinary levels how to practice “clean eating”, a lifestyle which helps eliminate inflammation, chronic conditions and mood swings from daily life. Let your ordinary kitchen become your sanctuary of health and wellness. You should come “prepared to prepare”, in this luscious, hands-on, healthy food creation course. Our menu for this 2-week course includes: Week 1 • Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce • Salad with Dijon Pumpkin Seed Dressing  Arugula •Sesame Citrus Zoodle Bowl • Chocolate Almond Truffles Week 2 • Peach and Avocado Summer Rolls with Tamarind Dipping Sauce • Creamy Kale Salad • Buddha Bowl • Lemon Balls Our recipes are vegan, no processed food, no extracted oils,  soy- free, gluten-free and grain-free. Based on the research of Julie Daniluk, R.H.N., Joel Fuhrman, M.D., Kim Campbell and T. Colin Campbell, PhD.   2 Tuesdays • 6:30 -9:30pm • April 30 - May 7 • $95 CU51-S19 Instructor: Amy Karibian For more information visit www.assabet.org or call 508-485-9430 How Assabet Serves the Community PUBLIC SERVICES Assabet is ”Open for Business” for our community members! Assabet performs work for member communities as appropriate. Please contact our Director of Technical Programs at (508) 485-9430 x1459 to see if we can assist with your specific needs. AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Automotive Technology students will perform general maintenance and repair work on vehicles 10 years old and younger. Please call (508) 485-9430 x 2424 to schedule an appointment. COLLISION REPAIR Students majoring in Automotive Collision Repair Technology are available to repair vehicles for residents within the Assabet school district. Please call (508) 485-9430 x 2828 to schedule an appointment. COSMETOLOGY SALON The Assabet Cosmetology Salon offers a variety of beauty services to the public. All services are performed by students and are supervised by an instructor. Students are trained in Hair Styling, Hair Cutting, and a variety of Hair Coloring Techniques, Permanent Waving, Skin Care and Nail Care. Hours of operation are Thursday and Friday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Our warm and welcoming atmosphere makes for an enjoyable experience. We ask clients to allow time in their schedule for student/teacher consultation, instruction, and assessment of completed student work. To make a day appointment or for more information, please call the salon at (508) 485-9430 x1137 EPICUREAN ROOM RESTAURANT The Epicurean Restaurant is a full-service, student operated restaurant. Students are responsible for the menu development, food preparation as well as service techniques in the restaurant. The Epicurean Restaurant is open to the public and operates Wednesday through Friday between the hours of 10:50a.m. and 12:45p.m. when school is in session. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 508-485-9430 ext. 1119