Lessons in Libations: Tiki Drinks Thurs, Mar 21 at 6pm
Tiki culture encompassed all parts of American life following World War II, after U.S. soldiers returned from their tours in the Pacific. From television (think "Gilligan's Island") to novels (i.e. James Michener's Hawaii), ideas of paradise were an important escape during a time of social change. There was no greater anodyne to this feeling than the tropical beverages that accompanied this moment. In this class, our cocktail instructor will teach you how to make classic tiki drinks as well as the fascinating history of these beverages to warm you up for the pending cool of winter. Tentative Curriculum: Classic Daiquiri Pina Colada Zombie Corpse Reviver Tiki Punch
- Hey, Dumpling! - Thurs, Mar 21 at 6:30pm
Learn how to make savory and sweet dumplings.
- Cook the Book: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat – Fri, Mar 22 at 6:30pm
This season, we're drawing on Samin Nosrat’s recipes and lessons from Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat in order to showcase how easily you can build any dish using these elements as a roadmap.
- Vegetarian Middle Eastern Mezze - Mon, Mar 25 at 6:30pm
We’ll compose a meze table that draws inspiration from a range of regions of the former Ottoman Empire and their classic dishes.