Region VI CRC 2021
April 29th thru May 1st
Carol Pearson, Retired Curriculum Director, The Einstein Project
Friday, April 30 - 10:00 - 11:00 am
As they say “Necessity is the Mother of Invention”. From life rafts to disposable diapers to rocket fuel women have invented amazing things. Most of us would be hard pressed to name even a single woman inventor. Come and learn about women inventors whose innovations both large and small have helped shape the modern world.
Back to Basics: Oil and Vinegar
Kari A. Trzinski, Founder & Owner of Green Bay Olive Oil Co.
Friday, April 30 - 1:00 - 2:00 pm
You will find by using these basic items in everyday cooking you can add gourmet flavor without all the time, effort and thought processes for ideas. Just the enjoyment of bringing the cooking back home.
Green Bay Olive Oil Co. was created in the spirit of recognizing all people are starved for time; time for cooking and serving the ones we love. Unimpressed by grocery store olive oils and oil chains, she found a way to bring all of the flavor and less time to cook, without sacrificing the natural ingredients, health benefits or flavor. Here are a few areas that will be discussed:
Savory & Sweet - a mixture of ready to eat appetizers, bite size desserts and how to use balsamic vinegar in beverages (both spirited and non-spirited)
Spicy - a mixture of southwest items to dip and drizzle both balsamic and olive oil - bite size tacos, cheeses, Mexican truffles, salsa etc.
Baked Goods - a mixture of baked good items to demonstrate how to use in actual baking and using for finishing, dipping and entertaining
Charcuterie Board - items to make a small charcuterie and which include cheeses, sausages, fruits, crackers and a couple of veggies.
Whether you are a Master Chef or an inexperienced cook, Green Bay Olive Oil can cater your every need with flavors. Come sample items with the flavored oils and balsamic vinegars and learn from Kari at this culinary event.
Stop Whining and Start the Wine Thing
Anthony J. Bilwin, General Manager, von Stiehl Winery/Captain's Walk Winery
Friday, April 30 - 2:30 - 3:30 pm
We're doing a fun seminar on how to pair wines with meals as well as sampling key varietals from California and Washington State made right here in Wisconsin!
We will also discuss the different types of wines, the different styles between 'Old World' and 'New World', and how to properly serve and store them.
Von Stiehl winery has been in business since 1967 making it the oldest licensed winery in Wisconsin. Captain's Walk Winery was founded in 2007 by the von Stiehl Winery owners Aric and Brad Schmiling, and is still operated under the von Stiehl Winery umbrella.
Join our host on an adventure of non-forbidden delights in wine making, tasting and more.