Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Korean Kitchen- Feed your Seoul! Workshop Class

So I have this ‘foodie’ friend, she’s proudly Korean and I LOVE to eat with her.  She has introduced me to flavours and textures that were previously foreign to me. From soft Soon Tofu to Sour Kimchi and ALL THE HEAT on that traditional Korean Fried Chicken ( the KFC that you SHOULD be eating)!

I’ve experienced some seriously intense situations trying to keep up with her and have been self-shamed because I just can’t handle her level of heat or her ability to drink Soju (if you can’t handle your liquor, don’t drink with a Korean, seriously I have your best interest at heart here Friend)

The BEST part is that, regardless of my shortcomings, she still loves me and takes me with her to test/try and be exposed to all that Korean Cuisine has to offer. In this workshop, we’re gonna dive in and create a spread of some popular and super delish Korean dishes.


ON THE MENU:

Korean Kimchi Dumplings with Ground Pork

Korean Fried Chicken Wings! OH HELL YES- KFC with the best cut of meat- totally into it!

Bibimbap- A ‘build your own’ Rice dish served in piping hot earthenware bowls that give you perfectly crispy rice and can actually cook an egg.

Korean Honey Pastry (Yakgwa or Yakwa)







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)

Workshop Cooking Class: Korean Kitchen
105.00
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Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

It’s time to make your Brunch Game STRONG!

I LOVE Sunday Brunch!  Brunch is totally a form of self love with my tribe and with Easter right around the corner you may have some house guests that need feeding!

There’s just something about the loungy and relaxed Sunday meal that has me feeling all luxurious and chill.  Paired with a bunch of good friends and some creative mamosias, I look forward to it every week! 80% of this brunch menu can be done in advance so you only need to be in the kitchen for 10 minutes in the morning to pull it together. That makes this the BEST option for entertaining while also staying nice and relaxed.  Master this and you’ll never have to buy bubbly again ( you cook, they clean and bring the bubbles!)


ON THE MENU:

Buttermilk Biscuits with Whipped Honey Butter and Preserves

Smoky Potato and Chorizo Hash with Poached Eggs and Hollandaise

Greek Yogurt Parfaits with House Made Honey, Maple Granola and Berry 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)

Hands-On Cooking Class: Brunch
75.00
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Apr
12
6:00 PM18:00

Where's the Protein? - That Keto Life Workshop Class

You lift Bro?

 

Our intro to Keto class was a huge hit so here’s the second installment Friends.  In this workshop style class, we’re going to create 5 awesome Keto dishes to incorporate into your diet.  P.S. the Deviled Eggs are LIFE! Crispy Chicken Skin, umm yes please!

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.  People who do it, love it and for those interested, here’s a great starting point for success.

ON THE MENU: 

Deviled eggs- Crispy Chicken Skin, Shimeji Togarashi, Sambal Oelek, Roasted Seaweed

Grilled Citrus Shrimp and Avocado Lettuce Wraps with Cucumber, Chilies and Cilantro

Roasted Sesame Chicken Thighs with Carrot

Charred Broccoli Salad with Peanuts and Scallions

Roasted Zucchini Lasagna





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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Mar
29
6:00 PM18:00

Brazilian BBQ- SOLD OUT

Meat Sweats here we come!

You don’t need to fly to Brazil or find a Churrascaria to enjoy some of the best dishes that the country offers. Join us for a ‘meat-centric’ class that’ll satisfy every carnivore in your life. We’re serving this family style so come hungry folks!

ON THE MENU:

Pao de Queijo (Brazilian Cheese Puffs)

Garlic Parmesan Steak Skewers

Shrimp and Chorizo

Grilled Caipirinha Chicken Skewers

Roasted Cilantro and Lime Potatoes

Grilled Pineapple with Cinnamon


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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Mar
15
6:00 PM18:00

Marvelous Mediterranean

If you’re suffering the Winter Blues like we are, this class will transport your tastebuds to a land full of sun and fun! Using some staple ingredients from the Mediterranean Diet we’ve curated a menu that’s fresh and delicious.

ON THE MENU:

Fennel and Orange Salad with Arugula, Radicchio and Celery finished with a Lemon Oregano Dressing

Roasted Leg of Lamb with a Pomegranate Molasses Glaze, Pearl Couscous Risotto and Herb Salad

Lemon Olive Oil Cake with Rose Water Yogurt, Roasted Plums and Pistachios



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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Feb
20
6:00 PM18:00

Vegan Thai- Ya that's right, We're doing it!

Its easy to get stuck cooking the same old things over and over again. Many easten countries have been nailing Vegan cooking since the beginning of time. In this class, we’re going to adapt a cuisine that is typically heavy in shrimp paste and fish sauce into vegan friendly dishes

ON THE MENU:

Fresh Salad Rolls with a Spicy Peanut Dipping Sauce

Tofu and Eggplant Red Curry Pad Ped ( think stir-fry) with Sauteed Rice Noodles

Sticky Coconut Rice Pudding with with a Butterfly Pea Powder Coconut Cream, Pineapple and Mint Salsa 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)

Hands-On Cooking Class: Vegan Thai
75.00
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Feb
15
6:00 PM18:00

Oh la la, Mon Amour- Love is in the Air

Skip the busy, crowded, overpriced Valentines Day Menu’s and come to this class instead!

Either come alone and learn how to make this for your partner on the big day OR come with you partner, cook and eat a great meal and then spend Feburary 14 snuggled in each other’s arms, gazing in your loved ones eyes! Or come as you are with no hidden agenda, its a great menu!

In this decadent class you’ll be executing a menu high in aphrodisiac foods because everyone could use a little extra lovin ;)

ON THE MENU:

Creamy Mussels with Smokey Bacon and Hard Cider

Cast Iron Seared Steak with a Lobster, Wine and Shallot Compound Butter on Garlic Mashed Potatoes with Sauteed Greens

Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt Tart with Raspberry Coulis, Honeyed Berries and Rose Whipped Cream ( because its not Valentines Day without whipped 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: Valentine's Day Menu
90.00
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Feb
6
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)

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Feb
1
6:00 PM18:00

A Warm Hug in a Bowl

It’s Soup season Baby!

If you’re not making Soup on the regular we need to change that. Soup is a great way to diversify your lunches, use up those veggies that you’ve got dying in your fridge, have meals in the freezer ready to go and to add a ton of veggies to your diet! We’re going to create 4 different styles of soup in this class and you’ll walk away knowing why that soup you get in the restaurant is always better then the one you make at home!

ON THE MENU:

Broth: Italian Egg Drop Soup with a Brunoise of Carrot, Shallot and Celery

Vegan: Creamy Moroccan Cauliflower Soup with a Parsley and Tahini Drizzle

Cream: Potato and Bacon Chowder

Veloute: Coconut Milk West African Peanut Soup with Shredded Chicken, Collards and Lime


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)

Skill's Cooking Class
65.00
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Jan
23
6:00 PM18:00

Knife Skills 101

Does the thought of jumping in the kitchen scare you? Are you completely lost when it comes to using a knife? Have you cut yourself more then your vegetables? If you said YES to any of these questions you need this class! Join us in this workshop to learn proper knife handling and how to breakdown common cuts of produce. The idea is that you’ll cut enough produce that you’ll feel confidant and powerful with that knife in your hand. We’ll even turn our vegetables into some food for you to snack on throughout the class.

ON THE MENU:

Fresh Salad Rolls (with all of your perfectly julienned vegetables)

Fries, Fries and More Fries with Garlic Aioli

Pickled Pink Onions (these are amazing and you’ll get to take them home)

Apple Crisp


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)

Workshop Cooking Class: Knife Skills
105.00
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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)

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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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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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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
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