This class will instruct students in the art of vegetarian cookery. Each month will have a lesson with cooking tips and recipes pertaining to a particular category - breakfast, desserts, lunch & dinner, and side dishes.
Lesson 1 - Introduction and Breakfast
- This lesson will go over a few cooking basics and then delve into some easy dishes for breakfast!
- Recipes include chocolate chip banana bread, tofu scramble, and fruit smoothie
- In addition to presenting a few lunch recipes, this lesson will discuss how you can expand on recipes, using them as a starting point to discovering your own dishes.
- Recipes include rainbow pasta salad, black bean burgers, and mini pizzas.
- In this lesson we will cover a few side dish recipes as well as the art of choosing side dishes that go well with the main meal.
- Recipes include green bean casserole, glazed carrots, and pumpkin muffins
- This lesson will provide an introduction to baking and cover some of my favorite recipes for desserts!
- Recipes include cinnamon bun cupcakes and chocolate brownie cookies.
There is a total of 300 points available, and students must earn at least 150 points to receive a quill. They may choose any combination of assignments to reach that total. Assignments include one homework assignment (worth 30 points) and one extra credit assignment (also worth 30 points) following each of the four lessons, as well as a project (worth up to 60 points) at the end of the term.
Dates and deadlines
- Spring term runs from September through January.
- September 1: Class sign-ups open
- November 30: Last day to join the class through the sign-up page
- You may sign up through the class page until November 30. Following that date, if you would like to sign up, send a completed assignment to the class email and mention that you are not currently a class member but would like to join.
- December 31: All homework and extra credit assignments due
- It is recommended that you complete one assignment each month (September, October, November, December), but the official deadline for all 4 lessons is December 31; you do not need to ask for an extension before that date.
- January 15: Class project due
- The class project is not required, but you can earn up to 60 points from completing it!
The class email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Send your assignments to that email! I only check that email about once a month to grade, however, so if you have questions, the best way to contact me is with an HOL message (pr_lem). I check my HOL messages daily so you should get a response quickly.