Create Christmas cookies at the Culinary Vegetable Institute

C is for cookie and CVI, a Christmas cookie class at CVI to be specific. The Culinary Vegetable Institute is having a Christmas cookie making class on December 1. CVI events are very popular and sell out quick, so we wanted to give you ample time to sign up.
Ariel Shuey
Nov 12, 2012

Want to go?
WHAT: Christmas Cut-out Cookie Decorating Class
WHEN: 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Saturday, December 1
WHERE: Culinary Vegetable Institute, 12304 State Route 13, Milan
COST: $40 per person
INFO: culinaryvegetableinstitute.com or calling 419-499-7500

C is for cookie, is it good enough for you? What about your mother-in-law? Learn how to impress her and your other holiday guests with your new cookie decorating talents.

The Culinary Vegetable Institute (C.V.I) is hosting a Christmas cookie decorating class on Saturday, December 1 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. In the class you will receive a dozen Vanilla Bean cookies, the recipe and learn how to impress your holiday guests with your new cookie decorating skills.

Event coordinator, Katelyn Zemba and C.V.I’s sous and head chefs will teach the class.

All cookies will be prepared ahead of time to give amble time to learn how to decorate them. Participants will “learn how to make the royal icing themselves and how to layer it in different ways,” said Zemba. Toppings, such as different types of sugars, will be also available.

Better yet! You will have the option to take home any left over icing that you didn’t use during the class. “Any left over icing or decorating bags can be taken home to add the finishing touches on the cookies or if you make another batch at home,” Zemba said.

The public is welcome to join, regardless of culinary skill, however class is limited to forty, so call to save your spot today. Just in time for the holidays, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to wow your guests with your new skills.

“It’s a fun technique. You get to learn something new that you can use at Christmas or any other time throughout the year,” said Zemba.