An event every month that begins at 7:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until December 1, 2020
DATES: First Tuesday of each month
The perennial favorite series, What’s Cookin’?, is BACK! The series of cooking demonstrations are designed to bring out your artistry in the kitchen. Each session includes step-by-step demonstrations in the kitchen and delectable samples in the gallery. Some of our chefs like to engage the audience in demonstrations. Viewers leave with a list of tips and recipes in hand and a smile on their faces. A Q&A period will follow demonstrations. These sessions fill up fast so sign up now to ensure your spot! If you prefer to join the class from the comfort of your own kitchen, the Nov. 3 and Dec. 1 classes will be streamed live using the Zoom platform. You can follow along and interact with the instructor.
Buy the ingredients and print the instructions (please download from our website) - and be ready to ask questions as you cook with your instructor!
October 6 - Practical guide to Sushi with Dennis Dufek. A martial arts guru, artist, and chef, Dennis Dufek will show us how to make this very healthy, light and delicious food, as well as will advise on the best places to obtain the highest quality ingredients. A demonstration on how to use chopsticks will be provided along with sampling of the Sushi freshly made.
November 3 - Perfect fall soups from the garden with Ashley Tussing Vegetarian cook and gardening aficionado Ashley Tussing will introduce you to making those strange veggies into a scrumptious bites to share with friends – or polish off yourselves! November is the perfect time for soups! Learn how to make a squash based soup to help keep you warm during the cold months.
December 1 - How to make a Christmas Biscotti with Lisette LaFave. As the days grow shorter and colder, we all seek warmth and comfort. Why not bake something delightful and new? Learn to make biscotti - the twice-baked Italian cookies that are hard, dry, and crumbly, perfect for dunking in coffee, tea or—in the Christmas spirit—hot cocoa. These cookies are extremely versatile - you can mix practically anything in the dough – and Lisette is going to show you the festive Christmas version - dipped in chocolate with crushed candy cane. You can store the biscotti in an airtight container up to 3 weeks so they would make delightful Christmas presents for friends and relatives.
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