Prudence Sloane’s Cooking School



Tuesday, Nov 26

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fee: $79 per person


Hands on workshop
Detailed handouts & recipes
Substantial sampling of Turkey, dressing, gravy and vegetables

Class held at Glastonbury High School

Registration & Payment

Purchase & Register through

Glastonbury Continuing Education - Or call 860-652-7253


Farmington Continuing Education


Thanksgiving Dinner and other wisdom to make Thanksgiving the “Cook’s Holiday” - Thanksgiving Workshop

Back by Popular Demand 

Come take advantage of this incredible opportunity to cook side by side with Prudence Sloane in this hands on class!

Benjamin Franklin once said “Fools make Feasts, and wise men eat them”. If you feel that way about being the cook for Thanks- giving, then this is the class for you. In Prudence’s own words: I’m going to show you how to get juicy white meat and perfectly cooked dark meat with “Julia Child’s Reassembled Turkey” and it comes to the table looking just like the real thing! I’ve been cooking my turkey this way for years and I wouldn’t do it any other way. The disassembling can be done up to two days ahead and the gravy made a day ahead. No more last minute frantic cooking.

So it’s BYOT – “bring your own turkey” and you’re going to disassemble it in class – all done and ready for you to pop it in the oven Thanksgiving day! And here’s an added bonus - you won’t have to get up at 5 in the morning because the turkey will roast in about half the time! Plus you’ll learn the principles and techniques of making gravy, stuffing and cooking green vegetables the restaurant way– all lower calorie and the day before – making this the “Cook’s Holiday”. Trust me – this will change your Thanksgiving forever! Don’t forget your turkey!

Upon registering you will receive instructions on how to package your turkey for transport. Bring an apron and a boning knife if you have one. There will be some to share.

There will be a liability waiver that need to be signed by each student prior to class.

Photo credits: Pumpkin- Michael Elliott. Turkey-Prudence Sloane