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For those who favor Italian cheese you'll have a chance to learn to make a creamy ricotta and the classic staple, mozzarella. We are offering a specialty course in cheesemaking so you can not only navigate the cheese shops of New York better, but so that you can create them at home. You will discuss the properties of goat milk, rennet, curd,
In this hands-on crash course we'll teach you how to make your own masterpiece at home. First we'll blow your mind with the unlimited options of cheeses available, as we taste through a plate of six of our cheeses plucked ripe from the caves and explain how heat affects flavor and texture. Then we'll all roll up our sleeves and open up a buffet of
Make your very own tasty mozzarella at home. Learn all the techniques professional cheese makers use to create all different styles of fresh mozzarella. Mild and milky, smooth and silky - any way you stretch it, we love fresh mozzarella. In this hands-on crash course, we'll teach you how to make it at home. First we'll set you straight on coagulat
The U.S. now produces more cheese than any other country; fortunately, we have moved well beyond individually wrapped orange slices. Throughout the country we find some of the finest crafted cheeses of all sorts, from fresh and creamy to hard and rich, spanning every type, including soft ripened, washed rind, and blue, using a variety of milks as w
Flex your new cheese know-how the next time you're at a cheese counter! Impress all your friends with your vast knowledge of all kinds of cheeses and how to pair them perfectly with other foods and drinks. Do you love cheese? Of course. Do you want to know more about it? Of course. Cheese 101 is the best place to start--hey, even some of best chees
Taste the greatest. The cheese you want to splurge on because it is that good. The stuff you pretend to want to buy so you can "sample" it on the counter. Learn what makes these iconic cheeses so great and why people are willing to pay a premium for them. Unlimited pours of sparkling wine and red make this a bold way to start your weekend.
Burgundy is known for its earthy, comforting cooking and spectacular wines. Many of the most famous French dishes hail from this region, as do some of the world’s greatest chefs. Learn recipes for the region’s greatest hits, plus taste a selection of the spectacular local wines and cheeses. You’ll make and enjoy...Kir CocktailGougères (warm
The history of humanity’s favorite spirit reaches as far back as its favorite food, cheese. Come learn what makes them the perfect partners while sipping up the knowledge of what makes whiskey so tempting. From the Isle of Jura to the lowlands of Kentucky, you'll learn how to analyze what you taste and know what makes each whiskey so special.
Join Doug Nevins of Grade Harvest wines as we take a tour of the great state of New York and all the wines, from North Fork to the Finger Lakes that showcase the terroir of the Empire State. Taste cheese that enhance, compliment and make these wines come to life.
Of equal importance, this class will address the basics of reading labels and other essentials in order to give you a deeper, more inherent understanding of these delicious products of nature. French wines ooze intimidation; the language, no grape listed anywhere in sight, countless vineyards and producers, and all this at often exorbitant prices.
The class will explore numerous regions of the world as well as briefly discuss how grapes grow and how wine is made. The Wine 101 class promises, at a minimum, you will taste a dozen unique wines, sample artisanal cheeses from Murray's Cheese, and leave with a keen sense of what makes wines different along with a better understanding of not only
Soufflé is the perfect dish to learn to make in an hour and a half, especially since most are best eaten right out of the oven. On the menu: Classic Cheese Soufflé, followed by individual Dessert Soufflés in chocolate, banana, lemon and orange flavors.
Learn how to sear the perfect steak, make a red wine reduction and pair it with a traditional Bleu Cheese wedge Salad, Lemon Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Truffle Mashed Potatoes. Steakhouses are an NYC staple, but perfecting these recipes at home comes down to technique. During this class we will discuss the different cuts to buy and how to p
All children and teens must be accompanied by an adult. In this fun-focused class, kids and their parents will spend a morning or evening making, and then eating, all kinds of pizza. You'll work together to make pizza dough and tomato sauce; then you'll use various toppings to construct and bake: White Pizza; Cheese Pizza; Vegetable Pizza; Sausage
Learn the secrets to using Indian spices and cooking techniques, so you can make all of your Indian restaurant favorites at home. All the dishes in this class are vegetarian. Learn to make:Mango-Cardamom Lassis Braised Cauliflower and Chickpeas in a Tamarind-Coconut CurryMatar Paneer (curried peas and tomatoes with fresh cheese) Red Lentil Dal with
On day one of this special two-day workshop, you’ll make your own authentic Danish-style dough similar to what you’d find in Scandinavia. You’ll be able to practice making the dough at least two times so that you can master the tricky technique. On day two, you’ll use your own dough to make various kinds of pastries, such as Almond-Filled
Time to burn some asphalt and enjoy the best of what America has to offer in its roadside and boardwalk restaurants, from Maine's lobster shacks to California's taco trucks. The only roadmap you'll need to taste all the regional specialties you'll make in this class is a recipe packet, however. So pack up and come enjoy Lobster Roll (Maine); Buffal
Cozy and warming, savory pies are a dish to add to your winter baking repertoire. We will make four delicious savory pies, The classics: Cottage Pie and Chicken Pot Pie, Braised Potato, Onion & Bacon Pan Pie and a Pear, Blue Cheese and Toasted Walnut Galette. At 6:45 we will be ready to greet you with appetizers and sparkling water. All cl
In this new series, you will learn the essence of Spanish cuisine, and more, by identifying key ingredients, techniques and dishes from the diverse regions that make up this country's rich gastronomy. Over the last decade, Spanish cuisine has come to the forefront as culinary stars, like brothers Albert and Ferran Adria (El Bulli) and Juan Mari Arz
In this class, you will learn to cook fresh and dried pasta, as well as an array of appropriate sauces to complement them. You will make fresh pasta dough by hand, in a standing mixer, and a food processor and will roll, cut, and fill it. On the menu: Spaghetti Carbonara (spaghetti with egg, cheese and bacon) Orecchiette ("little ear" pasta) with B
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