Class and Event Schedule

2015 brings us a brand new classroom. All classes and events are now held at the Table, not at the Wedge Co-op Lyndale.

Wedge Table

The Wedge Table
2412 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Parking at the Wedge Table: Please do not park in lot between the Wedge Table and McDonalds. That parking lot does not belong to the Wedge and you will be at risk of being towed. There is parking in the south lot (between the Table and Evergreen Chinese) or street parking.

To register for a class, call Wedge Customer Service at 612-871-3993 or sign up at the Customer Service desk in store. Register early to ensure your spot. Please cancel your reservation more than 48 hours in advance to get your full-refund. Classes may be canceled by the Wedge or our instructors and you will be issued a full refund.

March 2015

No classes found.

April 2015

Bread without Fear

Thursday, April 02
David S. Cargo
Demo, Hands-on
6:00–8:30 pm
$30 owners/ $33 non-owners

Learn to bake bread from scratch with confidence. Learn the three essential skills for successful bread baking and how to avoid bread baking failures. Learn how to choose recipe, shape loaves, and enjoy fresh baked bread out of your own oven. In this class, you'll make your own loaf to bake at home!

Becoming Grain Free

Tuesday, April 07
Jeff Woodward
7:00–9:00 pm
$49 owners/$59 non-owners

Drop the grains in your diet. Watch your body feel, digest and sleep better.

10 Minute Chicken Thighs with Merlot Sauce and Mashed Potatoes; Shrimp and Vegetable Salad with Ginger Dressing; Creamy Mushroom Soup (dairy free).

Planting and Caring for a Backyard Fruit Orchard

Thursday, April 16
Jim Lipka and Fruits of the City
7:00–8:30 pm
$5 owners/$10 non-owners

Jim Lipka and his wife Nadine Snead have been growing tree, bush and ground fruits for over a decade. Their orchard is in Columbia Heights, MN on a standard urban lot. The orchard includes over 100 trees - including apples, pears, plums and cherries. The collection includes all the publically released named apple varieties from the University of Minnesota as well other cold-hardy fruits; over 70 varieties in total. Jim is an experienced fruit tree grafter, nurseryman and orchard grower. He will discuss rootstock selection (which controls tree size), varieties for the Twin Cities, planting, care and pruning methods, including espalier techniques. This class is offered as part of the Fruits of the City.

Eat in 5

Tuesday, April 21
Kate Moore
Demo w/Meal, Gluten-free, Dairy-free
6:00–8:00 pm
$25 owners/Movement Minneapolis members/$30 n

Join Chef Kate for an evening of fun and edutainment where she will share with you the tools to create fast new meals out of a few basic staples and a couple tricks of the trade to help you work smarter, not harder. Great for busy folks on the go, people cooking for one, and for people who hate eating leftovers.

Lion, Bear or Lamb? Finding Your Metabolism

Tuesday, April 28
Jeff Woodward
7:00–9:00 pm
$49 owners/$59 non-owners

Take the test (in class) to find the diet that best suits your metabolism. You will prefer meats and fats; grains, beans and vegetables; or a mixture of both.

Seared Ribeye Steak or Salmon Salad; Lentil Soup with Lemon Pesto; Risotto with Asparagus, Carrots and Shitake Mushrooms

A Rightful Return to Raw--NEW DATE

Thursday, April 30
AmyLeo Barankovich
Demo w/Tasting, Vegan
6:30–8:30 pm
$30 owners/$35 non-owners

Before the discovery of the use of controlled fire, we ate strictly raw. We have since learned to cook food in a myriad of ways. Now there is trend towards eating raw again as there are many benefits to this way of preparing food. This time around we enter the delectable world of gourmet. Join Chef AmyLeo as you prepare and sample these easy and satisfying dishes: Kale Chips, Rawvioli with Marinara Sauce and Zucchini Peanut Thai Noodles. Learning how to make your own Kale Chips is itself worth the price of the class!

May 2015

Easy and Healthy Fish Dishes

Tuesday, May 05
Kate Moore
Gluten-free, Hands-on w/Meal
6:00–8:00 pm
$35 owners and Movement Minneapolis Members/$

Let Chef Kate show you how to be the boss of your fish! With a focus on simple techniques, whole ingredients, and a good understanding of the fundamentals, Chef Kate will show you how to create several simple and delicious fish dishes that cover will cover broiling, pan frying, baking, and even a simple stew!

Multigrain Breads

Thursday, May 07
David S. Cargo
Demo w/Tasting
6:00–8:00 pm
$25 owners/ $28 non-owners

Learn to bake multigrain breads with interesting flavors and shapes. Learn three different methods for combining different grains into the same loaf. Learn about enhancing the flavor of breads with starters and added ingredients

Essential Steps to Better Health: Functional Nutrition & Detoxification

Monday, May 11
Dmitri Medvedovski
6:30–7:30 pm
$5 owner/ $7 non-owner

Attendees will be introduced to the nutritional food evolution based on the recent scientific research discoveries necessitating the actionable steps to better health today. The essential steps to improving own health will be discussed in this class including the educated choices of functional food nutrition and the controversial role of food supplementation with the physiological and the pharmaceutical dozes. This class will also explore the increasingly important role of dioxins in everyday life emphasizing the proper food intake with elegant, practical and simple ways of detoxification based on the recipes of the ancients supported by modern science.

Container Gardening 101

Saturday, May 16
Callie M
Hands-on Gardening
3:00–4:00 pm
$10 owners/$12 non-owners

This class is for people who are newcomers at container gardening! Do you live in an apartment or condo, or don't have a yard to garden in? Are you interested in growing your own vegetables and herbs, but are unsure of how to get started? Want to have garden fresh veggies at the ready? Join us for an afternoon of container gardening! We'll be talking about the basics of organic gardening in small spaces, and we'll even get our hands dirty. Using the wonderful vegetable and herb plants from Gardens of Eagan, and the fabulous local and organic potting soil from Cowsmos, you'll learn how to easily grow your own food in the city and on a budget. Plus, you will get to take home your own container with an herb that you planted yourself!

Students should bring with them:
Clothes that can get dirty
Optional: gardening gloves, trowel, hand fork, notebook and pencil.

Spring Vegetables

Tuesday, May 19
Jeff Woodward
7:00–9:00 pm
$49 owners/$59 non-owners

Get out of the winter vegetable rut with these fresh spring recipes.

Thai Spring Vegetable Soup with Soba; Spring Greens and Apple Salad with Ume Dressing and Crispy Tofu; Asparagus with Lemon Butter and Chili Crusted Salmon: Warm Beet, Carrot and Radish Salad with Sesame Dressing

Sweet on Vegan Sweets

Thursday, May 21
AmyLeo Barankovich
Demo w/Tasting, Vegan
6:30–8:30 pm
$30 owners/$35 non-owners

If you want to whip up some delicious treats for your friends and family, but don't want to involve animal products, this is the class for you! Skip the eggs and dairy and dig into plant based delicacies that are easy to bake and crowd pleasers for plant based eaters and carnivores alike. Discuss how to "veganize" your favorite recipes. Learn about AmyLeo's tried and true plant based substitutes and enjoy a menu of delicious seasonal desserts. On the menu: Sweet and Savory Cheddar Cheeze Cayenne Cookies: Buttery Coconut Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies and Carrot-Pecan Pudding with Toasted Nutmeg.