Dim Sum Brunch
New York has adopted dim sum as a weekend morning tradition in lieu of that American brunch. If you're looking to avoid the wait of your number to be called out from a scratchy mic, but still craving those dim sum flavors, this class will inspire you. Students will learn how to make dumplings and other favorite dim sum treats using fresh ingredients and traditional techniques.
- 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.
- Regional Italian: Winter in the Tuscany
focus on classics such as ribolita and papa all a pomodoro and discussing culinary traditions that make the region so special. You'll be seeing cypress trees by night's end.
- Mastering the Classics: Moroccan Tagines
Beat the winter blues by learning to make hearty stews and quick breads using traditional Moroccan ingredients and condiments such as preserved lemon, harissa, ras el hanout, and dried fruits and honey.