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The flavorful cuisine of Cuba reflects the country’s Spanish, African, and Caribbean influences. From cooling ceviche to hearty ropa vieja, these influences manifest themselves in an array of seafood and meat preparations, not to mention unforgettable side dishes, that will have you wonder why you did not cook Cuban sooner. You will make Ceviche


Can’t get away this winter? Learn to create a tropical menu in the middle of January. To whet your appetite, a Hibiscus Rum Punch; then you'll make Jamaican Beef Patties, Pomegranate Jerk Chicken, Curried Goat, Gratin of Christophine (Chayote), and Coconut Bread. See you on the beach. This cooking class is taught in a working restaurant kitchen b


In this class, you will make Avocado Salad, Tostones with Cilantro Mojo, Black Bean Soup, Picadillo, Rice and Beans, Flan, and, of course, Mojitos. Class is taught in a working restaurant kitchen by a professional chef. Class starts in the dining room, where you meet the chef and your classmates to discuss the menu and how to prepare it. Then you d


While visions of sandy Caribbean beaches might be the first thing to come to mind when thinking of Puerto Rico, mountains, rivers, and lakes make up a large portion of the landscape. Come learn more about an island and a cuisine that celebrate a rich and diverse heritage, as you make Arroz con Gandules (rice and pigeon peas); Bacalaitos (salt cod


Two New York City veterans of Eleven Madison Park, executive chef Bryce Shuman, and general manager Eamon Rockey, now star at Betony, their recently opened midtown restaurant featuring modern American cuisine with potent flavors and bold presentation. Bryce spent six years at Eleven Madison Park, where he worked his way up to the position of execut


If a trip around the world is what you're craving, look no further than our new series, Global Tour. You'll have the opportunity to cross borders in each lesson as we focus on a different country's cuisine during the course. Lesson 1: Puerto Rico Learn more about this unique Latin cuisine which celebrates a rich and diverse heritage, as you make A


You'll make and then devour: Chicken Kiev (Russia); Chicken Chicharron with Arroz con Gandules (Caribbean); Spicy Korean Fried Chicken Wings; General Tso’s Chicken (Chinese-American); Southern Fried Chicken with Waffles (American South); Buffalo Chicken Wings with Celery Sticks and Blue Cheese Dressing (Buffalo, New York); and Ramen Cole Slaw. Ch


The South Carolina and Georgia coast---the poetically named Low Country---has a rich and diverse history that is reflected everywhere in its cuisine. Seafood naturally abounds in the region's most acclaimed dishes, as do flavors typical of the Caribbean and Africa. You will be hard pressed to spend a weekend relaxing in Charleston or Savannah witho


Whether you prefer light, medium, Jamaican or spiced, you will definitely enjoy this class dedicated to this liquor. Rum, which is mostly produced in the Caribbean, has been in existence since the 1700s and is produced by extracting the juice from sugarcane. Come to ICE for this short class where you will learn how to create: El FLoridita, Daiquir


What would you say to this? Imagine experiencing 5 or more of the best cuisines in a span of a few hours. Our tour takes you through the cuisines of Japan, Thailand, Mexico, and The Caribbean to name a few and then we conclude the day with delectable Classic French Inspired desserts. Wow! What a deal! Who needs a plane when you can explore culture

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