Lorie Haddad returns to share her expertise in Lebanese cooking. From street food carts to grandmothers’ tables, the meat pie is a staple of Lebanese cuisine. Eaten for breakfast, lunch, snack or dinner – come learn how to make this traditional tasty pocket of wonder! No previous cooking or baking skills required. Savory Lebanese meat pies (called fatayer or sfiha) are bread dough stuffed with ground beef and/or lamb, onions, pine nuts and spices. The meat pie cooking class will be held on Wednesday, October 2, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the FACS Room (209) of the High School. Cost is $35.Lorie is also kind in offering a class on making the vegetarian version of the Lebanese meat pie (fatayer), which substitutes spinach and other ingredients for the meat . Students will be taught how to prepare the spinach filling, roll out pre-made dough and learn the unique folding technique of the pie. Their creations will then be baked and enjoyed with a celebratory snack at the end of class. The Spinach Pie Class will be held on Wednesday, October 9, 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the FACS Room (209) of the High School. Cost for the class is $35.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Lorie Haddad is a Lebanese American who grew up watching and working with her grandmother and other family prepare traditional Lebanese food. She has her own food-related instagram account (lamwowraya) and regularly prepares large meals for friends and family. She is excited to share her cooking hints with you.