Mastering the Classics: Tapas
Some people argue that tapas appeared on the gastronomic scene as a way to keep workers satisfied and productive until lunchtime. Others have contended that tapas were originally pieces of bread or meat used to cover glasses of sweet sherry, deterring hovering fruit flies. Currently, we enjoy tapas as a convivial meal — shared plates that satisfy different cravings. Spend an evening at Haven’s Kitchen sipping wine and creating a variety of small plates.
- Gnocchi! Tagliatelle! Ravioli! Fresh Winter Pasta
You will get the opportunity to learn different techniques such as hand-shaped, rolled and filled pastas as well as sauces and preparations.
- Dim Sum Brunch
New York has adopted dim sum as a weekend morning tradition in lieu of that American brunch.
- Vegetarian Kitchen: Indian Curries & Breads
Creamy, rich, and flavorful, curry satisfies many of the requirements for what makes a great dish. Indian curries tend to strike a balance between a combination of flavors, making them appealing to a broad array of palates.