For Asher Ramras, blintz tells the story of one of his fondest family food memories: late Sunday brunch at his Aunt and Uncle’s house. The comforting aroma of browning butter and fruit sauces have kept blinz relevant throughout history, bringing homemade happiness to many generations of Ashkenazi Jewish people. In class you’ll make handmade blintz leaves to fill with sweet and savory ricotta (made from homemade ricotta); and top with sherried mushrooms with herbs; orange, fennel, and vanilla compote; and rum raisin caramel sauce.
We are excited to welcome you into our space and would like to remind you of our covid policy. For the safety and comfort of our staff, guests, and their loved ones at home, we are requiring proof of vaccination and ID to attend in-person events in our space. Please make sure you and your guests know to bring either their vaccination card or a photo of their card as well as their ID. All guests will be required to wear a mask during instruction regardless of vaccination status. If you have had symptoms of covid or if you have been in close contact with someone with covid in the past 14 days, you will need a negative covid test to attend class. If you are sick, please stay home. Thank you for your help keeping each other and our staff safe!
Itching to get back into the Pantry kitchen, but still feel hesitant about the end-of-class dinner party? We get it! We are happy to pack up your meal at the end of class for you to enjoy at home. We’ll check in at the start of class to see what you’d prefer!