This holiday season, we’re all about adventure, and our favorite place to experiment is the kitchen. Get your team’s creative juices flowing and trade your boardroom holiday soirée for a Private Holiday Cooking Class at Pippin Hill. Each private cooking class includes a hands-on cooking demonstration and instruction from Executive Chef Ian Rynecki, a family-style dinner and wine pairings, and printed recipe cards to take home. The kitchen is the perfect place to celebrate the end of a successful quarter and bond over a shared meal.
In order to ensure that your Pippin Hill experience is tailored to you, we’re offering three different themes to customize your Private Holiday Cooking Class. So which adventure will you choose? Check out our three holiday cooking class themes below.
From the Hearth
Heat up the kitchen this holiday season. This special cooking class is centered entirely around our wood-burning oven. Start the class by learning to make your own pizza dough. You’ll experiment with a variety of techniques and flavor profiles, from the classic margherita to innovative seasonal favorites. Complement your pizza with fire-roasted winter vegetables and rustic pastries for the ultimate holiday feast.
Pippin Pizza Dough
20 minute scratch tomato sauce
Roast your own garlic, learn how to use the oil in other applications
Pita Bread from extra dough
Holiday SPIRITS + Festive FOODIES
Join us as we make cocktails + canapés in the kitchen at Pippin Hill Farm. This class comes just in time to learn holiday recipes that are sure to impress your guests at your upcoming parties! Master some of Pippin Hill’s favorite small bites and develop your own signature holiday cocktail. The class includes both cocktail and hands-on cooking demonstrations, dinner, and two glasses of wine.
Pani Puri, Sweet Potato, Cilantro Chutney
Yellowfin Tuna, Cucumber Cup, Dijon, Caper, Castelvetrano Olive
Apple Ginger Shrub with Rye
Rosemary Gin Ricky
Cooking for a Crowd
Learn no-fail recipes that will take the stress out of holiday entertaining. You’ll learn how to make dishes that you can make now and bake later as well as recipes that you can pull together in a matter of minutes. Whether you are cooking for a crowd of 5 or 20, these straightforward recipes are sure to impress your guests.
Rosemary Honey Vinaigrette & Cured Carrots
Branzino en papillote, Lemon, Thyme, Oyster Mushroom
Poached & Fried Marble Potato, Pickled Scallion Aioli