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Julia Child may be responsible for popularizing boeuf bourguignon and providing a cherished place for this dish in many American homes. After one bite of this wholesome and satisfying winter stew you will most likely agree. Join us as we travel to the pastures of Burgundy by recreating this timeless dish, which is the perfect make-ahead dinner item
Enjoy the grass-fed flavor of Black Queen Angus Farm (Berlin, NY) beef with a demo of cuts of beef, a variety of preparations and recipes and a discussion of the difference between grass-fed and grain-fed animals. The beef tasting will be paired with small-batch artisan bourbon led by passionate small-batch spirits-maker Chris Weld of Berkshire Mou
Bold, natural flavors dominate the steak tradition of Italy, and you’ll learn to prepare two versions---Florentina and Pizzaiola. You’ll also make the classic accompaniments to these dishes, a trio of great starters and one fabulous dessert. On the menu: Bistecca alla Fiorentina (classic grilled porterhouse flavored with olive oil, lemon and g
If you can't get enough of the wonderful steaks, salads, and sides at Gotham's top eateries, then join us for this follow-up to one of our most popular classes, The Great New York Steakhouse. In this iteration, we will expand upon the classic dishes served at the most celebrated chophouses in this gastronomic city. On your menu: Fried Calamari; Hom
No matter how you slice it, brisket should be a staple in every cook's repertoire. Just in time for Passover, you will learn to prepare this versatile cut of beef three different ways with Chef-Instructor Cara Tannenbaum. On your festive menu: Traditional Braised Brisket; Spice Rubbed Barbecued Brisket; The Jewish Brisket; Garlic Mashed Potatoes; R
By popular request, ICE has developed this series of classes for those of you who want to learn to prepare a full menu in one evening. Inspired by some of our most popular classes, each team of two will prepare its own appetizer, main course, two side dishes and dessert. You will then sit down to eat as a group. If you cook for yourself, or for two
Making pasta from scratch is easy and fun. Let us teach you how! In this hands on class you will learn how to make pasta dough, roll and cut pasta into shapes using a pasta machine, and cook pasta to the perfect degree of doneness. We will also be making sauces to accompany our fresh pasta including a hearty beef bolognese, and a fresh basil pesto.
Barbecue is probably one of the most recognized culinary preparations of Korean cuisine. The interactive style of dining makes it a social form of dining that is conducive for entertaining. In this class, Shin Kim teaches students how to prepare Korean galbi - grilled beef short rib and spicy pork belly and how to set up a full spread of Korean BBQ
Asian cuisine is comforting, flavorful, and often fairly simple to prepare. So why order in Chinese, Korean, Thai, or Japanese, when you can create a fabulous Asian meal for two (or more) that's fresh and fulfilling? Come to this class to learn these cornerstones of Asian cuisine. Dishes on your menu include: Hot and Sour Soup; Chinese Pork Potsti
Explore Thai cooking's unique ingredients and simple techniques to create an explosion of flavor in every dish. Tantalize your taste buds and impress your friends and family when you serve soft Asian summer rolls with vinegar dipping sauce; Thai beef salad; chicken satay with peanut sauce; vegetarian pad Thai; massaman beef curry with peanuts; and
You’ll learn how to create quick, easy, wholesome, and delicious meals geared towards the busy professional. Menu to include: Filet of fish en papillote, Beef Udon Noodle Soup, Spicy Sausage Jambalaya, Swiss Chard & Tomato Frittata, and Easy Chicken Stir Fry. Quick to learn, quick to make, quick to clean up. “Eat your peas and carrots”, t
Be transported to the streets and markets of Jerusalem as we create roasted cauliflower and hazelnut salad with pomegranate seeds; spicy beet, leek, and walnut salad; beef and lamb meatballs with cumin, lemon, and fava beans; chicken with caramelized onion and cardamom rice; and clementine and almond syrup cake.
The cuisine of Thailand varies widely from region to region, equally influenced by geography and culture. Coconut, lime, ginger, lemongrass, chiles, fish sauce figure prominently in the Thai repertoire, appearing in rice, noodle, meat, and seafood preparations. This class offers a focus on the curries that make this Asian cuisine so popular, which
We are excited to host this four-part series: Cooking and Conversation with Red Lion Inn Chef Brian Alberg and a Collection of Berkshire Tastemakers.As we tuck into the winter months, Brian and his friends will travel to New York each month to teach classes to teach classes that will feature a hands-on cooking portion along with tastings that highl
Japanese cuisine is a sophisticated affair, where the aesthetics of the final dish are as important as its taste. Sushi, tempura, and shabu-shabu are among its most common exports, but only offer a small glimpse at the richness and variety of dishes found throughout the country. This class will offer you an overview of the foods of Japan, along wit
Emilia-Romagna, which stretches between the Adriatic coast, northern Tuscany, and the Po Valley, is one of the most prolific agriculture regions of Italy. It is known for its homemade pasta, chestnuts, balsamic vinegar, Parma ham, and Parmigiano-Reggiano, among a wealth of other products. While enjoying local wines such as Sangiovese and Barbera,
Provence is a gastronomic paradise where French techniques meet Mediterranean elements like garlic, basil, olives, lavender, and honey. Throughout this enchanting evening you will learn essential techniques to make simple and aromatic dishes that burst with flavor. On your menu will be Pastis; Tapenade (olive spread on rustic bread); Brandade de Mo
Learn to cook with locally sourced ingredients after the farms (and farmers’ markets) are closed for the season. Students will learn how to preserve the harvest to enjoy throughout the year, through lacto-fermentation, using root vegetables. Brian will bring along West Stockbridge-based founders/makers of Hosta Hill sauerkraut, kimchee and tempeh
One of the biggest attractions on a visit to Southeast Asia is the variety of cheap eats served up right on the streets. During your culinary staycation, chef Melanie Cecilio will introduce you to hawker favorites from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines. Your menu: Fried Kway Teow (char-flavored stir-fried fresh
In this demo class, Giancarlo will answer all your beefy questions as he takes you on a tour from nose (well really neck) to tail while breaking down a whole side of beef. Do you not know your sirloin from your brisket? Did you know there’s a difference between inside skirt steak and outside skirt steak? Do you find yourself staring hopelessly at
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