This Is How Julia Would Cook A Beef Tenderloin Dinner!
Julia Child brought the art of French cooking to the United States. Many of us grew up watching her on some of the first cooking classes held on television!
If French cooking seems unapproachable to you, take a second look. It’s really not. In tonight's class, we’ll learn some basic French cooking techniques from a seasoned culinary instructor, Executive Chef Gary Hild. He'll show you that there’s no need to be intimidated by all the fancy French terms, and cooking methods. At the heart of French cooking is a deep appreciation for the food and the methods of preparation. It’s all about mastering one technique at a time.
Tonight, you’ll have the time, plus a little hands-on practice, and professional help to do just that. You’ll learn the art of French cooking such as sauce-making, and more. Chef Gary will take you through things step-by-ste,p and teach them in a simplified, no-fuss way. Folks, you’ll find that French cooking is actually doable. My guess is that you’ll also add a French phrase or two to your vocabulary. Oui! Oui!
We’ll channel Julia through fabulous menus featuring some of her favorite dishes such as: Steak au Poivre - made with beef tenderloin, Vegetables in Hollandaise Sauce, Truffled Mashed Potatoes and a fancy-shmancy Bananas Foster Flambé. By the end of the evening, you’ll be a regular “Ratatouille!” Julia would be so proud!
Limited Hands On | Dinner
Sun. 2/24/19 5:00-7:30
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
Our Flavorful Weekend Nights™ classes are just that, unique and tasty culinary experiences on weekend nights, most of which are hands-on! Movie, Schmovie... why not learn to cook with your friends, dates or your “luvva”? They are the perfect mix of culinary education and fun night out!
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