Well, we now have the needed time to craft, cook, and bake. While our in-person classes are suspended until further notice, we are gearing up our online & virtual classes, so please get ready to join us in a new & fun way.
Stay healthy and know that we have many good classes in the pipeline for Fall 2020.
We look forward to seeing you!
(below are some of the typical classes we offer).
Krumkake with Heidi Eger
Come learn how to make the Scandinavian classic cookie, krumkake! Class instructor Heidi first made krumkake on her Great-Uncle's stove. Since then, she's tested different recipes and learned to use her iron for more than just classic krumkake. In this class, participants will mix up a batch of classic, gingerbread flavored krumkake and a batch of nontraditional, spiced chocolate krumkake. We'll talk about recipe variations, different rolling techniques, and how to also use your krumkake baker to make Dutch Stroopwafels, waffle cones, sweet and savory Pizzelles, and Rommebrod. $35/$30 for Norway House members
Evergreen Foraging with Maria Wesserle
Just because it’s the dead of winter doesn’t mean you have to stop foraging! Evergreens are easy to spot among the otherwise grey landscape, and they have a long history of treating coughs and colds, and supplying much-needed vitamins A and C during the winter. They have been used by Nordic cooks to brighten flavors and have caught the attention of New Nordic Cuisine chefs for new, experimental foods. This class will focus on traditional uses as you make pine-infused vinegar, pine switchel, hot tea, juniper salt and a bit of juniper butter to spread on tasty slices of rye bread.
Join Maria Wesserle, founder of Four Season Foraging to learn which evergreens to harvest and which to avoid. Together, you will go over identification of different evergreen species, and how to use them. $40
Teacher’s bio: Maria has been foraging about 16 years and loves sharing this skill with others. She has been teaching for 10 years at various organizations in the Upper Midwest including the Traditional Ways Gathering, Ashland, Wisconsin; Martha Wagbo Farm and Education Center, East Jordan, Michigan; North Country Food Alliance in Minneapolis, Minnesota; and the Young Friends of the Jordan youth program in East Jordan, Michigan.
Last year she founded Four Season Foraging, and now offers monthly foraging workshops throughout the Twin Cities.
Kransekake with Brenda Lewis
A kransekake is the commanding centerpiece dessert at Norwegian weddings, graduations, baptisms, and other major life events. Made with ground almonds and consisting of tiers of wreath-shaped layers, the cake has a rich taste and texture that is uniquely its own. Learn to make this impressive cake with Brenda Lewis. Brenda learned from long-time Ingebretsen's instructor, Lorraine Jasinski and she won a blue ribbon at the Minnesota State Fair with her kransekake. Brenda will walk you through the steps of making a kransekake in this hands-on class and give you the confidence to bake one on your own. One two-hour class. $45
Would you like a DVD to help you remember what you learned in class? Click here.
Lefse Making Classes
If you would like a class, Ingebretsen's offers private lessons!
Book a class at a time that is convenient for you and invite friends and family.
A two-hour class is $350 (with a value up to $400) and you can have up to 10 participants.
To learn more, please email email@example.com
To register for a class, call our main store... 612 729 9333 and reserve your place with a credit card. If you have questions about a class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to check the location of the class in which you are interested.
Unless noted, classes are at our main store, 1601 E. Lake Street, Minneapolis.
We also hold classes, especially for cooking, at Norway House, 913 E. Franklin Avenue, and at Ingebretsen's av Stockholm, our store in Stockholm, Wisconsin.
Cancellations must be made one week in advance to receive a refund.