Wicked Good Food - A Tribute to Boston’s Union Oyster House with Chef Richard McPeake
Join us for a special evening learning “ye old New England classics” as we pay homage to the Union Oyster House – America’s oldest restaurant. This historic landmark has been serving up authentic New England fare for more than 280 years and is a must-see stop when visiting Boston.
Tonight, experienced instructor Chef Richard McPeake will teach you to re-create some of the most iconic dishes of this Beantown favorite. (Psst... You may not realize that Chef McPeake has a bit of a 'fishy' past... he designed the original recipes for one of Kansas City’s most iconic restaurants, Bristol Bar & Grill, so he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to cooking with fish!)
We’ll start with a Basque-Style Mussels and Clam Chowder ("It’s Chowda, Bobby!”), then move on to Pan-Seared Shrimp with a Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce, Saffron Rice, and, of course, Boston Baked Beans. We’ll end with a classic Boston Cream Pie.
Take it from us, ya beddanot miss this one!
Participation Class | Dinner
Fri 2/19/21 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.
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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NOTE: For Onsite Classes,when you arrive, please check in with our Class Assistant who will give you information as to where you will be seated. We will be arranging our classrooms to allow for social distancing. In order to comply with governmental orders and for the protection of our guests and staff, we ask that you wear a mask when here at The Culinary Center of Kansas City. If you are planning to sit next to someone else attending the class, we would suggest arriving at least 20 minutes prior to the start time of the class so that we can address that request. Both students would need to be comfortable with the request to be seated together. Thank you!
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