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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
This is the right time of year to perk up your soup repertoire with the vibrant and warming flavors of Mexico, India, and Italy. All the soups in this class are vegetarian.Dishes to be cooked:Tuscan RibollitaSmoky Black Bean Soup with Sweet PotatoesCurried Butternut Squash and AppleIndian-Spiced Red Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk and Spinach
After you’ve tackled these fundamental cooking techniques, there is no limit to the variation of meals you can make.Knife Skills (everything you need to know)Browning Meats (perfect skillet steak)Making Pan Sauces (red wine-shallot pan sauce)Roasting Root Vegetables (roasted purple potatoes and fennel)Cooking Leafy Greens (Swiss chard with garlic
Learn to make some of your favorite Korean restaurant dishes while exploring the ingredients and cooking techniques that make Korean food so envigorating and delicious.Menu:Goon Mandoo (Pan-Fried Handmade Pork Dumplings)Shrimp & Scallion PancakeBeef BulgogiKimchee Fried Rice
You love to eat it, now make it yourself! Learn the necessary ingredients and equipment, where to buy them and then roll, roll, roll!Our classes are unique. They are intimate and are taught in a working restaurant kitchen by a professional chef. Class starts in the dining room, where you meet your chef/teacher and your classmates to discuss the me
When cold winds bring a chill, let these hearty vegetarian creations warm you. Everyday meals will feature winter vegetable stew with coconut and cashews; chickpeas in tangy tamarind sauce; warm asparagus salad with arugula and walnut vinaigrette; butternut squash gratin with onions and sage; smoky black bean quesadillas; mushroom and green chili e
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
The art of sushi making takes years to master but we’ll get you up and running by the end of the evening! We’ll teach you the basics of making a delicious sushi roll, that looks great and tastes even better – the secret starts with the rice. Experiment with your own combination of flavors to create a delicious roll. We’ll also introduce you
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
Matt Le-Khac, the chef of An Choi is teaching a class focused on working with fresh herbs. Fresh herbs are so important in Vietnamese cuisine that every family meal will always have a plate brimming with fresh herbs that each offering a specific function or taste to the dish being served. Any dish in the repertoire almost serves as a medium or excu
Learn how to balance hot, sour, salty and sweet flavors in this vibrant cuisine. Note: the summer rolls are actually Vietnamese, but these neighboring Southeast Asian cuisine share so many similar flavors and ingredients that we threw them in too!Summer Rolls with Fresh Shrimp, Mango and Cilantro and Nuoc Cham Dipping SauceCrispy Fish with Tamarind
Explore the unique ingredients, simple techniques and sometimes fiery recipes of Thai cooking, one of the most distinctive of Southeast Asia. You’ll learn to make authentic versions of some of the country’s most popular recipes, then sit down to enjoy them with regional beers (the drink of choice) and wines. You’ll make Hot-and-Sour Prawn So
Blending East Asia with Southeast Asia and a touch of the West, Vietnamese food captivates through its refreshing flavors, varied textures, and vibrant colors. In this class, developed especially for ICE by Andrea Nguyen, author of the award-nominated "Into the Vietnamese Kitchen: Treasured Foodways, Modern Flavors," you will explore the fundamenta
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
Students work with fresh seasonal farmers’ produce and other healthful ingredients to prepare gourmet meals in a relaxed setting. Each student receives a recipe packet and all classes end with a sit-down dinner.Menu:Goat Cheese SaladProvençal Vegetable Soup with Pesto Roasted Cornish HensGreen Lentil Stew with a Warm DressingPotatoes Baked
Learn some of the same basic culinary fundamental skills taught to chefs in the finest cooking schools. Topics covered include: knife skills, principles and application of all the major cooking methods, how to cook poultry, meat & fish, plating & presentation, and more. This program is a must for anyone who is tired of ruining dinner or co
Become a produce connoisseur and create elegant meals with items straight from the market.Learn the best time to buy produce and determine the perfect ripeness. You'll join Chef Irene for a morning tour of the Union Square farmers’ market and prepare gourmet dishes using fresh herbs, vegetables, and fruits. A Meatless Mondays offering.
Make delicious gourmet meals using seasonal ingredients and easy shortcuts, and get tips for eating healthy without breaking the bank. Sip on pear and apple cider sparkling cocktails as you create baby greens, shaved fennel, toasted pecans, and homemade vinaigrette; warming lentil soup; roasted Brussels sprouts with umami sauce; lemon-rosemary quin
Join us as we teach the secrets to a truly great, homemade steak dinner. We’ll start off by showing you what you don’t see at the supermarket—an entire rib section of beef—and butcher it down to something more familiar—a juicy rib-eye steak. Then you’ll learn the best way to cook it at home, along with the all the traditional sides: cri
In this class, we find inspiration from California-based female chefs like Alice Waters and Suzanne Goin who innovated the culinary landscape with their ingredient-driven menus. Inspired by their love for California agriculture and the produce that it offers, their recipes pay homage to the best that the West Coast has to offer. However, we, New Yo
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