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Gina Guth of the Flour Pot, LLC shares her love of baking with experiential classes that are taught in Sister Bay and Southern Door. Blossom in your culinary talents learning to make popular local ethnic desserts. On select weekends from May-October participants can learn to make, bake, and take home the sweet pastry known as Belgian pie. Varieties such as apple, prune, cherry and rice are available. Belgian Pie making is a tradition that has been carried on by generations of Belgian immigrants to America and their ancestors from Europe. Having learned from her mother, Gina has been teaching others since 2010. You, too can experience what it is like to join the hundreds of people who have learned the custom at one of her classes. In addition, discover the process for making other ethnic treats such as kneecap doughnuts and kolaches, or other sweets such as angel food cake, Door County cherry or apple pie, cheesecake, caramels, candies and more.
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All recipes are made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Classes are held at 2 satellite locations: Southern Door High School in collaboration with St. Norbert College and at Northeast Wisconsin Learning and Innovation Center in Sister Bay. To see a schedule and to register, go to the Flour Pot website. www.flourpot-llc.com
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