SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 | 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm ET
EPHS 219 "Baking & Making Grilled Honeybuns" with Geraldine Shen '01
Talented baking enthusiast and engaging instructor Geraldine Shen '01 will walk us through the process of making Williams' famous grilled honeybuns. Attendees are welcome to bake along in real time and ask questions during this interactive session, or simply enjoy watching the demonstration! The recipe and materials list will be sent to registrants in advance.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ET
EPHS 203 "Knitting Stranded Colorwork" with Ashley Weeks Cart '05
Lifelong knitter and skilled creative Ashley Weeks Cart '05 will lead an advanced knitting class with her custom-designed "Climb High, Climb Far" fair isle hat pattern, with current student Isabel Bushway '23. While this workshop is intended for experienced knitters, beginners are welcome to attend to be in community with fellow Eph creators. (Attendees are encouraged to show off their coolest Williams' knit and crochet creations!) Pattern, handouts and recommended materials will be sent to registrants in advance.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 | 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm ET
EPHS 224 "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Indian Food But Were Afraid to Ask" with Aroop Mukharji '09 & Auyon Mukharji '07
Join brothers Aroop and Auyon Mukharji as they brew up a pot of their mother's warming masala chai. In addition to the live cooking demo, Aroop and Auyon will discuss bits of Indian culinary history and trivia, drawing on their upbringings in an Indian-American household in Kansas City, their experiences working at Williamstown's own Spice Root as college students, and Auyon's cookbook research. Likely topics will include butter chicken, navigating an Indian menu, and how to use the word curry without causing inadvertent offense.