Join us for this special one-time class to celebrate the start of the Chinese lunar calendar with dishes to represent luck, fortune and happiness. Our workshop features special guest, Chef Ruby Chan, born in NYC Chinatown, creator of FreshZen Foods, and cooking instructor at Boston Public Market. Chef Ruby will honor this holiday by teaching some traditional symbolic and auspicious dishes such as how to fill, fold and fry dumplings, prepare noodles symbolizing longevity, and steamed fish for abundance. It’s a time to celebrate kinship, friendship, and foods that are sure to start the Year of the Rat off right. Gong Hei Fat Choy!
It’s a new year, a new start and perfect time to work on your New Year’s resolutions. Our guest instructor, chef and Culinary Wellness Coach, Laura Klein will teach you tips to cooking and eating healthy, featuring plant-based recipes that are both versatile and delicious. Learn how to compose, balance and prepare a healthy power bowl, warming soups and a satisfying sweet. This interactive workshop also includes helpful tips for a supporting a healthy lifestyle that extend beyond the kitchen, including take-home tools to help you get and stay on track. Don’t miss this opportunity to start the year off on a delicious, nutritious and healthy path!
On a snowy day in Winter, when the days are cold and short, nothing takes the chill off like a bowl of hearty, spiced chili. With ingredients that are easily accessible and economical, everyone needs a really good chili recipe (or two) in their cooking repertoire. I’ll teach a few of my favorites, including with beans and without, meat and vegetarian, spicy as heck, and mild enough for the kids. We will also review the many toppings that make this dish such fun to eat. So, no matter how you build your bowl, we have just the recipes to keep you warm and your appetite satisfied. P.S. Please bring a copy of your favorite chili recipe to share with class.
There’s something for everyone in these 125 easy, show-stopping recipes: fewer ingredients, foolproof meal-prepping, effortless entertaining, and everything in between, including vegan and vegetarian options! Whether you need to get dinner on the table for your family tonight or are planning your next get-together with friends, this New York Times bestseller, has your new favorite recipe. Author, Tieghan Gerard has a gift for creating unique dishes, and a gorgeous, food blog, Half Baked Harvest with a fresh take on comfort food, stunning photography, and charming life in the Colorado Rockies. Copy of the book is included in the price of this class.