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Valley Arts is pleased to present an exhibit of magical and colorful paintings by Deanna Chilian. Please join us for the opening reception at the Festival Gallery on Saturday, September 15, from 5-7 PM. Hours for the show: Wednesday - Saturday, 1-5 PM Visit Deanna’s website for a complete review of her biography, her inspiration, and a gallery of her paintings: http://www.deannachilianfineart.com
Mad Mill's weekly spin and knit night. Join fellow fiber friends in sharing ideas and getting the creative juices flowing. Bring whatever project you are working on--knitting, crocheting, spinning, rug hooking, you name it! There will also be featured projects or programs periodically to keep you inspired. You don't want to miss this!
In this class, you will be hands-on and learn that making your own pasta is easy and well worth the effort. Learn how to make it from scratch and turn those noodles into great pasta dishes. Let's venture out from the packaged pasta with an assorted trifecta of flavors. MENU Shrimp Caprese with Basil Speckled Fettucine Beet Ravioli with Ricotta, Goat Cheese & Mint Potato Gnocchi with Pork & Bacon Alfredo Sauce Chocolate Panna Cotta with Amaretti Cookies
Cast iron has been used for cooking for hundreds of years. Cast iron's ability to withstand and maintain very high temperatures makes it a common choice for searing or frying, and its excellent heat diffusion and retention makes it a good option for long-cooking stews. MENU Mini Fry Bread with Black Bean Salsa Blackened Fish with Cajun Remoulade Potatoes Anna – Crispy Pan-Roasted Potatoes Sautéed Greens with Cumin and Pine Nuts Apple Pecan Clafoutis
The Valley Players will present The Arsonists by Max Frisch, Fridays-Sundays Nov. 30 through Dec.16. Show time will be 7:30 on Friday and Saturday, and 3:00 on Sunday, at the Valley Players Theater, 4254 Main Street, Waitsfield, Vermont. The story of the play concerns Gottlieb Biedermann (Liam Hannon, Duxbury), who thinks his world could go up in flames at any moment. He is fortunate to have had some recent success in business, but questions the loyalty of his associate of…
Love sushi, but never dared to make it yourself? Then this is the class for you. You will learn the basics, from the proper way to make rice to the many different sauces to serve with your sushi creations. Stop spending a ton of money eating out & start making your sushi at home. MENU Shrimp Onigiri Tuna Avocado Roll California Roll Spicy Salmon Roll Green Tea Ice Cream
Sometimes cooking for that special date night can seem rather intimidating, between trying to impress and the dishes that are left over. Why not take a class with The Kitchen at The Store? Here we will give you some of the techniques to make fantastically simple yet delicious food for a romantic night together. MENU Roasted Leek & Bacon Bruschetta with Basil & Parmesan Beef Burgundy Garlic Mashed Potatoes Zucchini Gratin Chocolate Souffle
Taking over the home-cook world, the Air Fryer is making headway as a wonderful way to cut down on the amount of oil that typically goes into the frying process. In this class we will be focusing on fun and exciting ways to make the most of this wonderful tool. MENU Cheesy Chicken Pepper Jack Bites Spinach & Artichoke Stuffed Beef Roulade Crispy Shoestring Fries with Sriracha Mayo Sesame Stir-Fried Vegetables Banana S’mores
Some historians state that instead of an apple the pomegranate was hailed as the fruit of knowledge. Rich in flavor and nutrients, this powerhouse of a fruit is fantastic on its own but can be even better when used to brighten up delicious favorites. MENU Citrus Pomegranate Salad Maple Pomegranate Roasted Chicken Beet Pasta with Pomegranate & Goat Cheese Curry Seasoned Sweet Potatoes Lemon Berry Trifle
Join us for drinks, appetizers, and dancing as we celebrate Sugarbush's 60th Birthday! Kick off 60 Years of Music with The Grift starting with the 1960's.
Get transported back to times of old as The Grift plays your favorite tunes from the 60's!
The biggest feasts in Italy happen during the winter season. Come warm up the kitchen with these traditional Italian dishes that will help put a delightful new spin on your festivities. MENU Brodetto – Italian Fish Stew Braciole in Tomato Sauce Garlic Broccoli Rabe Butternut Squash Risotto Panforte – Tuscan-Style Fruit Cake
With the season greeted by glistening snow, festive flavors and seasonal favorites start to come back into home kitchens. The Kitchen will be fired up, geared up to make restaurant-quality food worthy of a sleigh ride home and bundling up near the fireplace. MENU Saffron Vegetable Soup Arugula & Parmesan Salad with Almonds & Citrus Vinaigrette Roasted Rack of Pork with Pomegranate Glaze Roasted Shallot & Endive Tart Peppermint Chocolate Cake
If your fondue pot needs dusting off, this class will show you some easy and flavorful fondues. We will be making savory cheese and sweet chocolate fondues. See how quick and easy they are to make after you have skied all day. MENU Cheddar Ale Fondue Mexican Cheese Fondue with Chiles & Chorizo Creamy Tomato Fondue Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue
This class will highlight the crêpe or French pancake, which is made from thin batter. Crêpes can be filled with a variety of sweet or savory mixtures. We will be creating both sweet and savory crêpes that are filled with various meats, cheeses or vegetable mixtures- sometimes topped with a complementary sauce. MENU Smoked Salmon Blintzes Chicken Crepes with Tarragon Sauce Spinach, Bacon, Mushroom & Ricotta Crepes Sweet Crepes with Raspberry Preserves & Chocolate Mascarpone
In this class you will learn how to make some great recipes that feature all things pork from shoulder to bacon. Learn some helpful tips to create delicious, moist pork at home for your family dinners. MENU Ham & White Bean Soup Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus Pork Au Poivre with Pepper Cream Sauce Bacon Rotisserie-Style Potatoes Orange Bread Pudding
Make this year's final meal "extra special" and one to remember. Whether you are celebrating with the one you love, good friends or family. We promise you will remember the food. MENU Pinwheel of Roasted Peppers, Mozzarella Cheese & Spinach Brussels Sprouts Salad with Bacon, Kale & Warm Bacon Dressing Beef Tenderloin with Herb Butter Truffled Macaroni & Cheese Champagne Cake with Strawberry Frosting
Come and enjoy our Après-ski class. In this class we will show you some easy Soups and Panini's that are quick and easy to make when you have guests over and you have skied all day and want to stay in. MENU French Onion Soup Thai Chicken Curry Soup Cuban Panini Margherita Melt on House-Made Focaccia Magic Bars
Kick off the Castlerock Music Series this New Year's Eve at your favorite slopeside bar.
Thursdays at Mt. Ellen, lift tickets are only $30. After a day on the slopes, come enjoy live après music featuring local bands and food specials at the Green Mountain Lounge. Sponsored by Cabot Cheese, Citizen Cider and Zero Gravity.
With a new year comes new year resolutions, and among the most common: dieting. It never is glamorous, but with the right tools it can be. In this class you will learn how to make dishes that taste great and are guilt free! MENU Tomato Florentine Soup Grilled Tuna with Basil Butter & Roasted Tomatoes Sweet Potato Sauté with Caramelized Onions Cauliflower Risotto Chocolate Almond Bark
If your fondue pot needs dusting off, this class will show you some easy and flavorful fondues. We will be making savory cheese and sweet chocolate fondues. See how quick and easy they are to make after you have skied all day. MENU Brie Fondue Smoked Chile Cheddar Fondue Creamy Vegetable Fondue Spiced Chocolate Fondue
Japan’s food culture is based off simple yet distinct profiles. While boasting some unique flavors and daring creations, the classical tastes of Japan borrow inspiration from nearby China and Korea while highlighting their own brand of culinary traditions. Come learn about some of the staple foods of the region along with some modern interpretations added to the mix. MENU Miso Soup Spicy Tuna Roll Tonkatsu Pork Cutlet with Curry Sauce Ginger Sticky Rice Japanese Cheesecake
Come and enjoy our Après-ski class. In this class we will show you some easy Soups and Panini's that are quick and easy to make when you have guests over and you have skied all day and want to stay in. MENU Vegetable Minestrone Chicken Soup with Parsley Dumplings Steak, Gruyere Cheese & Horseradish Panini Cheddar, Bacon & Scallion Panini Gingersnaps
For fruit so bright in a season so cold, it’s hard to believe that January is National Citrus Month. In this class we will look at creative ways to utilize these tart gems and liven up traditional flavors and lighten up the frigid weather. MENU Citrus, Beet & Fennel Salad Pan-Seared Fish with Lime Coconut Sauce Lemon Ginger Roasted Broccoli Orange Green Harissa Couscous Grapefruit Custard with Poppyseed Shortbread
The pub isn’t the first place a person thinks of for good quality food, often associated as a place for cheap beer and good times. However, with the increasing popularity some pubs have been reinvented into gastropubs, featuring homegrown classics and unique flavors alike for those who find food to be an integral component for a good night out. MENU English Cheddar Stout Soup Bangers with Bourbon Onion Gravy Chile Scallion Smashed Potatoes Crispy Brussels Sprouts Sticky Toffee Pudding
What can be said about the first meal of the day? Brunch puts a spin on the typical breakfast and arrives into the realm of higher end lunch fair. In this class, you'll learn classic egg preparations along with twists on traditional accompaniments. MENU Arugula, Smoked Salmon & Crème Fraiche Tart Eggs Benedict over Corn Cakes with Pesto Hollandaise Vegetable Souffle Mixed Greens Salad with Green Goddess Dressing Coffee Cake
The Mediterranean Sea is bound by a cultural melting pot of countries. This class will focus on the different regions of this area. You will learn techniques that you can use at home when you prepare meals for your family and friends. MENU Italian Wedding Soup Homemade Babaganoush with Pita Chips Kofte – Turkish Meatballs with Yogurt Sauce Spanish Chickpeas & Spinach Bougatsa – Greek Custard-Filled Phyllo Pastry
In this class, you will be hands-on and learn that making your own pasta is easy and well worth the effort. Learn how to make it from scratch and turn those noodles into great pasta dishes. Let's venture out from the packaged pasta. MENU Roasted Red Pepper Pappardelle with Goat Cheese, Sausage & Basil Crab Ravioli with Sherry Cream Sauce Three-Cheese Manicotti with Marinara Torrone – Nut & Nougat Confection
A sauce is the crowning glory of any dish. From the basic "Five Mother" sauces to the modern spreads, there are literally hundreds of variations of sauce that are used to dress, compliment, enhance and bring out the flavor of the food it is served with. MENU Creamy Mushroom Soup Roasted Pork with Mustard Sauce Brown Butter Maple Glazed Carrots Parmesan Potato Slices with Chimichurri Sauce Chocolate Cake with Mint Chocolate Sauce
Our Journey take us to the classic tracks of the 80's thanks to The Grift!
Were heading to the 90's! Enjoy a night of food and drink while rocking out to your favorite jams of the 90's!