Online – Nordic Meatballs Three Ways

Folk Art School

Vesterheim Folk Art School

Online – Nordic Meatballs Three Ways

Wednesday, December 1 (5:30-7:00pm CT) with Patrice Johnson

Level of Instruction
All levels
Tuition
$25.00 Members
$30.00 Non-members

Join celebrated Nordic cookbook author and food historian Patrice Johnson (AKA the Nordic Food Geek) to explore the rich tradition of Nordic-style meatballs! We'll make Swedish köttbulle, Danish kødboller, and vegan meatballs as we dive into one of Scandinavia's most iconic dishes. This Vesterheim cooking class is designed as a small-group cook-along and we invite exchange between the instructor and students in order to build community around food traditions. In this same spirit of sharing, we invite the whole family to experience this collaborative cooking and learning process. Only one registration is needed per household. Participants will be provided with a shopping list and recipes prior to class.

The listed class time includes one live Zoom on Wednesday, December 1 (5:30-7:00pm CT).

Supplies: A computer, laptop, or tablet with a camera and mic as well as a fast, reliable internet connection. You will be sent the recipes with the ingredients list and class preparation approximately one week before the class in order to prepare.

Special Instructions: When registering for the class, please make sure to use the email address you'd like the Zoom meeting invitations sent to. You will receive links to the Zoom sessions by email sometime during the week prior to the class. If this class is a gift, please sign up with the recipient's email address or be prepared to forward all communications.

Enrollment Deadline: November 22, 2021

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About the Instructor

Patrice Johnson

Patrice Johnson

Patrice Johnson, AKA Nordic Food Geek and meatball historian, is a cultural communicator specializing in Nordic foodways. She is the author of Land of 10,000 Plates and Jul: Swedish American Holiday Traditions, writes a weekly food and culture column for her hometown newspaper, and teaches Nordic food classes throughout the Twin Cities and beyond. She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband and their three cats.

Learn more: Find out more about Patrice and New Nordic Cuisine in this interview and order her book Jul: Swedish American Holiday Traditions here.

 



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