The final session of Nonnie’s Kitchen will begin at the Mason County Library starting Friday, February, 26, 2016, from 12 to 1:30 PM. The tile of this session is: “Funeral Food meets Fast Food.”
We will explore delicious and traditional “Deep South” Funeral food. Pimento cheese fritters with Hot Pepper Jelly, Chicken Lasagna with pecan topping, Spinach Salad, Broccoli Squares and Southern Caramel Cake will be on the menu for the February class.
The next three classes will cover fast food, beginning with a trip into San Antonio to visit a fresh sea food market, Groomer’s(Thursday, March 17, 2016).
On Friday, March 18, 2016, we will prepare a healthy version of fish and chips and then top it with an outlandish tartar sauce from the King’s Inn restaurant. A delicious Cole Slaw will accompany our fish and chips followed by brownies and ice cream.
In April, (Friday the 15th), we will learn to make easy pizza dough, then create five pizzas with different toppings, some traditional and some surprises. We’ll end the meal with a Mason Tropical Tart!
Our final class will be on May 20, 2016. The Best Hamburger you’ve ever eaten with all the fixings and more. That delicious hamburger will be served with My Aunt Doris’s baked beans and my mom’s (Mary Heyen) potato salad and her famous chocolate dessert.
Class size is limited to 10 people and you can sign up for the classes by calling the Mason county Library at 325-347-5446. Cookbooks from the previous cooking classes are available at the Mason county Library. Cost of cookbooks is $15 with all proceeds going to the Library. Come join us for some hands on cooking experience and I guarantee you won’t leave the Library hungry!

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