Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

French Cooking Class

After spending time in France recently, Chef Erica has created a menu based on some of the amazing dishes she had the pleasure of eating during the visit. Get familiar with some french cooking terms and techniques and then enjoy this indulgent meal.

ON THE MENU:

Oeufs Meurette de Lyon:  Soft Poached Egg in a Bacon and Mushroom Bourguignonne Sauce with Rustic Croutons and Fleur de Sel

Classic Buckwheat Crepe with Tender Duck Confit, Roasted Cherries and Crushed Chestnuts served with a salad of Mixed Organic Greens and a Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette

Apple Tarte Tatin: Caramelized Apples melted into Puff Pastry and finished with a hand whipped Chantilly Cream


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

Hands-On Cooking Class: French
85.00
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Oct
31
6:00 PM18:00

All About That Squash

All About That Squash

Skip the Halloween Candy this year (it’s no good for you anyways) and instead, treat yourself to a killer vegetarian cooking class instead. We’re going to work with a variety of Squash to curate a lush meal

ON THE MENU:

Maple Roasted Acorn Squash Salad with Cajun Pumpkin Seeds, Feta Cheese and a Carrot Top Dressing finished with Tempura Zebra Squash

Roasted Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravolio tossed in Brown Butter and Toasted Hazelnuts on a Squash and Garlic Confit Puree and Chive Oil

Pumpkin Cheese in a Jar with Gingerbread Crust and Pumpkin Seed Brittle


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

Hands-On Cooking Class: All about that Squash
75.00
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Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

No Animal, No Problem

No Animal, No Problem

Tired of the same old vegan veggie pasta or Buddha bowl? We’re here to change that with an Inspired Fall Vegan Menu that’ll satisfy any palate (vegan or not)

ON THE MENU:

Massaged Kale Salad with Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Crispy Chickpeas, Julienned Green Apple and Beet Tahini (from our friends at Parallel) with a lemon and Dijon Dressing

Root Vegetable Shepards Pie with a Beet and Lentil Base and Celeriac Crust

Piece De Resistance: Vegan, Gluten-Free Carrot Cake with "Cream Cheese” icing and Toasted Coconut Chips


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

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Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

Middle Eastern Meza Feast

Meza Feast

Let’s dive into the world of Middle Eastern flavours through an authentic Meza Feast. In this workshop style class, you’ll master Hummus (with all the tips and tricks) and Grilled Meats in addition to some vegan sides and will be able to host the most delicious and interactive meal for you family and friends. Get ready to work, there’s a lot to concur in this class to bring this meal together!

Note: You’ll also walk away with some of the products necessary to make this feast at home. Yay for presents!

ON THE MENU:

Hummus

All about that Fattoush, salad

7 spice Beef Kofta Skewers

Yogurt Marinaded Shish Tawook Chicken Skewers

Easy Falafel

Fried Cauliflower with Green Tahini Sauce


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

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Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Where's the Protein? - That Keto Life

You lift Bro?

Contrary to popular belief, a Keto diet can actually benefit many people not just those of the weight lifting, gym rat variety. A low sugar, low carb diet with the right amount of fat and protein put’s your body into a state of ketosis where it will use said fat and protein for energy. I get a lot of questions about recipes and meal planning so we’re doing an intro course on cooking keto with some recipes that will happily get you through a day of a Keto Lifestyle

ON THE MENU:

Vegetable Frittata with all the meat and veg

Mexican Nacho Salad: Crisp Iceberg Lettuce and Spinach with Yellow Peppers, Cilantro, Aged Cheddar Cheese, Chipotle Beef and an Avocado and Greek Yogurt Dressing finished with Keto Tortilla Chips (OMG this means I can eat nachos, and chili with chips and guac? Praise!)

Keto Lemon Coconut Balls

Keto Crepes with a Dark Chocolate Mousse and Raspberry Compote


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

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Dec
7
6:00 PM18:00

Oh Ciao Pasta, Ti Amo!

Pasta 101

How much do you love pasta? How often do you eat this stuff? Have you ever made it? If not you’re missing out! In this workshop style class you’ll have the opportunity to get your hands dirty and make some fresh noodles! Rolling and Folding and Kneading and Stuffing, you’ll be elbows deep in this heavenly dough and leave with an understand on how to make it for years to come

Note: You’ll be making a lasagna (for 2-3 or I mean just one if your hangry) to take home with you, as well as some gnocchi

ON THE MENU:

The elusive Gnocchi (we’re making them light and pillowy they way they were intended)

Nonna’s Lasagna with Ragu, Bechamel and all the Cheese

Roasted Squash and Ricotta Stuffed Ravoil with Brown Butter and Basil Threads


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You Fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that (tag us, like for real, serious bonus points). Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

Workshop Cooking Class: Oh Ciao Pasta, Ti Amo
105.00
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Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

Cook with your Kids(ages 10+)- Traditional Christmas Dinner

It’s time to cook that bird!

I know how daunting it can be to cook your families feast for the holidays. You should be using all of you resources to help ease the work load. That’s why were offering a ‘Cook with your Kids’ Class. In this class you’ll learn how to execute the most amazing Turkey Dinner with the least amount of stress. You’ll get tips and tricks for the day(s) leading up to the dinner that will help with the flow on the day of your dinner AND you’ll have extra help as you get to put you kids to work!

ON THE MENU:

Spatchcocked Turkey with an Herb Butter

Garlic Mashed Potatoes (with all the butter and cream)

Roasted Carrot with Thyme Butter

Pan Seared Brussels Sprouts with Bacon Lardons

Sage Stuffing (just the good old basic stuffing that everyone loves)

Cranberry Sauce (no canned stuff for you!)

Gravy (there’s some wine in this, its non-negotiable but I promise all the alcohol gets cooked out so its safe for the whole family)


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

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Dec
21
6:00 PM18:00

OMG not another Holiday Turkey Dinner!

I just can’t. I don’t want to eat another Turkey!!

Full disclosure, real truth; I DON’T like Turkey. I dread holiday dinners that serve up turkey year after year. Come on people, there’s so many other (better) things to eat. We’re going to cook up a feast fit for any holiday meal that doesn’t involving the ‘food coma inducing’ bird but rather feeds your guests an inspiring meal that’s easy enough to execute so you’ll actually have time to enjoy your guests.

ON THE MENU:

Creamy Beer and Butternut Squash Soup with Creme Fraiche, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Chive Oil

De-boned Rosemary Crusted Leg of Lamb served on Garlic Roasted Potatoes with Radish and Snap Peas finished with an Herb Drizzle

Sticky Bread Pudding with Apple Cider and Bourbon Caramel Sauce


Don’t be THAT person, show up prepared! We have a few requirements to ensure you have a great class

  1. Closed toed shoes: Maybe not stiletto’s ( you’ll be standing and working so be comfy and safe)

  2. Tie back hair: Bring on the man bun (its beautiful and lush but we don’t want to eat it. Shake out your gorgeous mane when you sit at the dining table to enjoy dinner)

  3. Remove large jewelry: You fashionista you, (imagine your necklace falls in the sauce or your bracelet gets stuck on that pan and tosses it on the ground…I’ve seen both. It happens and it’s no good, so lets avoid it)

  4. WASH YOUR HANDS: Vigorously and often (I know you’re going to want to take pics of your amazing creations and family/friends/partners working and we LOVE that. Snap the pics, post on instagram and then wash your hands and get back into it, the food is not going to cook itself people)

  5. You can’t eat what?: Oh, you poor soul (please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions before the class. We can accommodate almost anything as long as we know about it ahead of time. Give us a quick call when you book or a few days before and we’ll work it out)

  6. Im STARVING: Just don’t be hangry ( you’ll have lots to eat in during our Hands-on classes so bring your appetite)

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