"Austrian Crêpes & Pancakes," with Birgit Rutledge-Riel, Saturday, March 23, 9:00am-10:30am
Birgit Rutledge-Riel, a lecturer of German at the University of Georgia, hales from Krems, Austria, a region of lower Austria known for fine wines and delicious cuisine. She grew up surrounded by loving parents, including a mother who mastered the art of making Austrian delicacies.
For this class Birgit will be teaching the art of Austrian Crêpes, You'll be Making Palatschinken, a thin sweet crepe usually filled with jam or Nutella and dusted with powdered sugar. She'll also demo an Austrian pancake for you try. It's called Kaiserschmarrn, a thick fluffy pancake that is torn to pieces before eating it (it's usually served instead of a meal typically on Fridays since a lot of people do not eat meat, but we're stepping out of the box for this one and teaching it on a Saturday morning.)
Both of these Austrian delicacies will be a great way to start the day. We'll be serving either a glass of bubbles or drip coffee to go along with these amazing Austrian dishes.
Participants receive a 10% discount on most in store items the morning of the class.