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Ice Cream Innovations with Sam Mason - 2/3

February 03, 2014 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Institute of Culinary Education

$195 • 1 session
Considering opening your own ice cream shop? Want to learn new techniques to revamp your existing ice cream and sorbet menu? Spend a day with Sam Mason of OddFellows Ice Cream Co., Brooklyn’s newest ice cream parlor. In this class you will learn how to make premium small-batch ice cream, using in-house pasteurized milk from Battenkill Valley Creamery, in whimsical flavors such as PB&J and Toast and Buttermilk Biscuit, or inventive pairings such as Manchego-Pineapple and Tobacco Leaf Smoked Chili.

Sam Mason is one of New York City’s most progressive pastry chefs, with a nomination in 2006 for a James Beard award for his work at wd~50 and his blurring of lines between dinner and dessert at Tailor. His other projects include IFC’s television series, “Dinner with the Band;” Empire Mayonnaise, an artisanal line of gourmet mayos; and now OddFellows Ice Cream Co.

To Register: email or call Chef Kathryn Gordon at (888) 971-CHEF.

Please note: ICE's dress code requires all students to wear black, khaki or checkered pants, a chef's coat and black closed-toe shoes. There are no exceptions. Students who come to class without a chef's coat will be required to purchase one from the Admissions Department.