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Cooking Classes-Hands On Participation
The classes take a hands-on approach to cooking, combining a relaxed, congenial atmosphere with personal instruction that guides you through every stage of recipe preparation. Julie and her special guest chefs provide a thorough overview of each recipe. In addition to learning recipes and techniques, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of theories that will create a strong foundation for your culinary repertoire. Learning the basic cooking techniques provides you with the confidence you need to tackle a recipe successfully. Teaching technique is important to me, once you understand the techniques it will allow you to cook with greater pleasure and success.
Whether you’re a veteran cook or just learning your way around the kitchen, these classes will help you develop your skills – and you'll have a great time doing it.
The caponata is great to have on hand any time for a quick antipasta. It has a hint of sweetness from currants and just the right amount of garlic. The lemon leaves give the chicken a unique fresh lemon flavor. And now is the time for those beautiful fresh spring peas. Annie Baker will teach the dessert, a classic that is all too often overlooked. It is a light fresh Baba with rum and strawberries perfect to welcome spring.
Baby Artichokes Caponata
Grilled Chicken on Lemon Leaves
Peas Braised with Spring Lettuce
Babas with Strawberries