Cast Iron Skillet Cooking featuring Southern Flavors with Chef Richard McPeake
What’s dependable, durable, super affordable, making a welcome comeback, and will last a lifetime? Cheater, you peeked at the title! That’s right – the correct answer is Cast Iron.
It may be old-fashioned and remind you of Grandma’s kitchen (which isn’t really a bad thing, is it?) but when it comes to cookware, the cast iron skillet is not going anywhere, much less the way of the dinosaur. And when it comes to teaching us how to use it, there’s nobody better suited for the job than one of our most popular instructors, Chef Richard McPeake.
Chef is excited to show off his own brand of culinary expertise as he walks you through the art of cast iron cooking while teaching you how to prepare some of his favorite southern-inspired dishes like Southern Fried Chicken Tenders, Acadian Corn Maque Choux (pronounced mock shoo) and Cheesy Corn & Jalapeño Beer Bread. Whoa! He’s a wealth of knowledge in the kitchen with over 25 years of professional cooking under his toque, so you’ll be learning from one of the best in the business.
Tonight, Chef Richard will teach you much about versatile cast iron cookware – highly valued for its cooking properties because it evenly distributes and holds heat. It’s great for deep-frying, searing and even baking, and it can go from the stovetop into an oven or even onto the grill! What other cooking vessel can make those claims? And did you know there’s a right and wrong way of cleaning and caring for your cookware? Hint… it’s called seasoning, and when done right, your cast iron cookware will last a lifetime. Chef will show you how it’s done.
After this informative class, you won't know how you lived without a cast iron skillet in your own kitchen!
Demonstration Class | Tasting
Wed 2/03/21 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, each evening class fee includes one glass of beer/wine, with additional beverages available at a nominal cost.
NOTE: For Onsite Classes,please note that we are committed to providing the highest degree of safety for our guests including compliance with all applicable governmental orders. In this regard our protocols may change from day to day and we ask for your patience as we maneuver this not-so-delicious time. We have limited enrollment in our classes in order to provide for appropriate social distancing so it is important that you let us know at the time of registration whether you will be sitting next to someone else attending the class. You can note this in the “comments” section when you register online, or you can call us with this information at 913-341-4455. In this case, we will assume that you and the other person(s) are comfortable sitting next to each other. When you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
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