Couple's Class: Ossetian Pies

Date: Friday, August 19, 2022

Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Cost: $175 per couple - ticket includes entry for two!

Katya Lyukum is bringing another global culinary treasure to the mill! In this couple's class, you and your friend or lover of choice will learn how to make Ossetian Pies. These tender, stuffed flatbreads are perfect as filling appetizers for a crowd, or as the centerpiece for a family-style meal. These pies are also perfect for any pizza enthusiast ready to expand their flatbread repertoire, and dive into the world of stuffed dough.

Classic Ossetian pies combine feta-like cheeses and seasonal greens and vegetables to create a well-rounded mouthful. Hot out of the oven and brushed with melted butter, these are sure to please even the choosiest palate! In this class, Katya will walk you through the dough-making, shaping, stuffing, and baking processes from start to finish, and you will be able to sample three traditional styles of filling. The dough recipe you will learn is true to Ossetian recipes, and yields a soft, creamy crumb - perfectly complimented by a beet greens + herb, cabbage + onion + walnut, or a chive + ramp filling. 

Additionally, we are excited to debut some new flour in this class, fresh from this year's harvest! Butler's Gold is a new hard red winter wheat offering that is SUPERB for bread, pizza, and flatbread-style applications. Katya is thrilled to show you how to work with this varietal in such a delicious and unique application!

BYOB is fine by us for participants 21+ 🍷

We hope you come to this class to learn more about Ossetian Pies, and more about the versatility of our flour offerings!

Beginners are welcome, and encouraged to attend, though this class does include some intermediate level technique 😉.


Things to look forward to:

  • Have an opportunity to work with our own fresh flours, stone-milled right here at Barton Springs Mill
  • Learn about new wheat varietal offerings, fresh from this year's harvest!
  • Learn how to make Ossetian Pie, wine and dine with your partner, and take home the recipe & technique!
  • Tour the mill with our Education Director, Kimberly Krebs
  • Purchase BSM products at a special one-time 15% discount

By purchasing these class tickets, you acknowledge and agree to our Participant Class Policies and Media Release FormClose-toed shoes and a head covering (such as a baseball cap) required for all classes.

Touring our facility requires that all participants adhere to health guidelines - all touring participants (included in ticket) will be required to remove most jewelry and piercings, and wear a beard net (if applicable) and/or hair net. Close-toed shoes are required for entering any part of our facility. 

In keeping with low COVID risk level in Travis County, masks are optional and up to personal discretion for this class. Should COVID levels rise in the weeks/days leading up to class, we reserve the right to change our masking policy and will reach out via email with any updated guidelines. Should masks become a requirement for class based on statewide or countywide recommendations, non-masked participants will not be able to participate in mask-required classes. Refunds or ticket transfers are available for those who do not wish to attend a mask-required class.

Tickets are non-refundable, but transferrable up to 5 days before the class date.

In the event of class cancellation, we will email you to notify you of a canceled class.

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