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This is the right time of year to perk up your soup repertoire with the vibrant and warming flavors of Mexico, India, and Italy All the soups in this class are vegetarian. Dishes to be cooked: Tuscan Ribollita Smoky Black Bean Soup with Sweet Potatoes Curried Butternut Squash Soup Indian-Spiced Red Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk and Spinach
There is nothing better than homemade soups to keep you warm during winter nights. Starting with raw ingredients from the market and ending with dishes that are sumptuous yet comforting, in this class, we’ll make soups, stews, and chowders that are light in constitution yet hearty enough to ward off the cold.
Tuesday Jan 10th, 7pm
Pasta is a perennial comfort food and a testament to Italian authenticity—hundreds of different shapes serve a unique purpose, each singularly connected to regions, sauces, and stories. Baked pasta is the Italian take on (healthy) “comfort food”. In this class, guests will: Explore the tradition of baked pasta Learn how to make the perfect...
Tuesday Dec 27th, 6:30pm
Learn to cook the followng: Spiced Pumpkin Soup Boeuf Bourguignon iwth Mixed Herbed Rice Pilaf Winter Pecan and Cranberry Salad with Maple Vinaigrette Chocolate Brioche Bread Pudding Note: Students below 18 years old should be accompanied by a parent/guardian
Saturday Jan 14th, 12pm
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Chase away winter's chill with these hearty plant-based dishes. Recipes may include rainbow vegetable salad with tahini dressing; mushroom barley soup; lentil pâté with homemade caraway crackers; tricolor coleslaw with plum-mustard dressing; and pomegranate pears with toasted almonds.
Monday Jan 23rd, 7pm
Eataly Vino boasts an incredibly large selection of Italian wines from the 20 different regions of Italy. Oh the choices! Deciding what to bring home to drink with dinner can be daunting! Let Eataly Vino Manager, Leonard Rankin, ease the stress by giving you the inside scoop on the shop and sharing some of his favorite wines for the...
Friday Jan 27th, 6:30pm
The regions of Northern Italy are best known for their rich, hearty cuisines known for warming the blood and keeping you insulated during the colder months. Over the centuries, Northern Italians have borrowed and adapted dishes and techniques from the neighboring European countries of France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia....
Saturday Jan 14th, 6pm
Learn to make your own gourmet winter-inspired meals using seasonal ingredients, easy shortcuts, and tips for eating healthy on a budget. Recipes will be delicious as well as immunity-boosting to help ward off winter colds. Dishes may include curried carrot soup; Meyer lemon and gigante bean bruschetta; roasted broccoli with honey-sriracha glaze;...
Monday Mar 6th, 7pm
Sunday brunch cannot be beaten. Learn how to make some very classic brunch dishes while sipping away at your fruit fruit bellinis! Menu: Crispy Potato Cakes with Smoked Salmon and Creme Fraiche Poached Eggs Florentine Warm Lemon-Currant Scones with Winter Fruit Compote Bellinis!
Sunday Dec 18th, 12pm
It's time to learn how the pros make one of your guiltiest pleasures! In this experimental class we will deconstruct some classic seasonal coffee and tea beverages, taste some of the ingredients behind the flavors we associate with autumn and winter. We will then pick some of those flavors and design our own signature seasonal beverage. Pumpkin...
Saturday Dec 10th, 4pm
You won't miss the meat in these dinners; they are too packed with rich winter flavors. Learn to make the following: Farro Risotto with Wild Mushrooms and Goat Cheese Roasted Beets, Delicata Squash and Ricotta Salata over Arugula Frittata with Roasted Tomatoes, Goat Cheese, and Olives Penne with Zucchini and Chickpea Puttenesca
Wednesday Jan 4th, 6pm
These are one-session classes that introduce you to the art of making delicious easy-to-make vegetarian meals based on Ayurveda. You will gain a basic understanding of: Principles of what makes food healthy or not for you. An overview of how to use spices and make spice mixtures. An introduction into making entrées, soups, desserts, teas,...
Julia Child may be responsible for popularizing boeuf bourguignon and providing a cherished place for this dish in many American homes. After one bite of this wholesome and satisfying winter stew you will most likely agree. Join us as we travel to the pastures of Burgundy by recreating this timeless dish, which is the perfect make-ahead dinner item...
Friday Dec 16th, 7pm
Join Maeve in learning how to make your own fermented, probiotic wonder-foods! Kombucha is a fermented tea that has great benefits for your gut, and sauerkraut is that stinky food we never wanted to eat UNTIL NOW! Both are great healing foods, simple to make at home, and part of a wonderful and loving tradition of caring for our own bodies and health....
Wednesday Dec 21st, 7pm
This class is for young and old alike. We’ll provide the house and all the fun decorations you’ll need to create a winter wonderland fit for a prince or princess. One house per person. Hot chocolate included. Class is taught in a working restaurant kitchen by a professional chef. Class starts in the dining room, where you meet the chef and your...
Saturday Dec 17th, 12pm