Learn to improvise: Squash soup ~ private class

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In this class, chef Edie will teach you how to flavor your butternut squash soup with ingredients you have in your pantry to a soup you will love. It's like an improvisation class in your own kitchen!


What you'll learn

This is a private hands-on class! So you'll be the only student and can ask chef Edie all the questions you have! 

~ Or make this a fun group or team building class, and find out who can make the nicest looking bowl of butternut squash soup! ~ 

Making soup isn't complicated, and everybody loves it. In this class you'll learn how to make a a silken pureed squash soup, and chef Edie will teach you how you can personalize it to your taste. Learn to trust your own taste buds! 

Class is open for all dietary preferences. Depending on your seasoning, the soup is vegan, vegetarian or can contain meat. It's up to you! 

In her cooking classes, chef Edie loves to explain what happens in your pots and pans. We will discuss the cooking technique(s) we're using, and how you can switch up recipes with ingredients you have in your pantry. All just to empower you to get a bit looser with recipes so you can come a more confident and creative cook.  

Feel free to get in touch with any questions you have. 

This class is perfect for

Everyone who loves soup and wants to learn how to make a great pureed squash soup
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Meet Edie Dourleijn,

Your teacher

Chef Edie was one of the first food bloggers of the Netherlands, attended culinary school to spice up her cooking and to learn all is possible. Then she taught curious home cooks like she was all the fun and interesting things she had learned. After moving to California, she started her company creative cook co to mentor people looking for a lifestyle change, spending more time in the kitchen and encouraging home cooks to become free of recipes. Chef Edie loves cooking with vegetables, and gets her inspiration from all over the world, the Mediterranean area in particular. She is a curious omnivore and hates to waste food.

What to bring

tools: knife and cutting boards, 1 large-ish pot, oven, sheet pan, regular or immersion blender or food processor
ingredients: butternut squash (or pumpkin), onion, garlic, olive oil, chicken or vegetable stock, ras-el-hanout, lime, cilantro/parsley, and/or other seasoning you have in your pantry

How to participate

emailHead to your confirmation email or booking page, and click the button to join the stream.
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