Tuesday, December 1st 7pm – 8pm
“Oh bring us some figgy pudding!” We’ve all heard it referenced in the timeless classic “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” but what is it? Find out in this virtual cooking class! We’ll walk through the steps of making a traditional steamed Christmas pudding and learn the history behind this bygone holiday tradition.
You are welcome to just watch or to make this traditional pudding along with us! Either way we hope this class will be an entertaining and educational take on learning a little more about the famed “figgy pudding.” This will run like a cooking show where the Christmas pudding will be demonstrated with some parts of the recipe prepared in advance. We want to give you the knowledge of how to prepare this pudding within the time frame, which may mean that all attendees may not be able to complete the recipe during the class time, but will have the skills to complete this menu from home.
How to register:
To register, click below to pay. Following check-out, you’ll be prompted to register for the Zoom meeting. After completing registration, you should receive an email with information on how to log-in to the meeting.
*This meeting may be recorded for future use
*Please note: This will be a Zoom meeting, which gives you the option to have your camera on and to turn off and on your audio. These options will be moderated.
If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.Christmas Pudding Class Registration – $5
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Kyle Yoho, Education Director – The Castle
Kyle Yoho has served as the Education Director for The Castle since 2015 and is an Adjunct Professor of Museum Studies for Marietta College. He received his BA in History from Marietta College and MA in Public History from Wright State University. Kyle has been an avid researcher, practitioner, and demonstrator of historical foodways for about five years. He recently taught a four part class for the Institute for Learning in Retirement at Marietta College on the history behind what we know today as American cuisine elaborating on the origin and influences of popular dishes.