Spanish Cooking Classes New York

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Spanish Cooking Classes Coming up in New York

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.

+3600 pts
Th.   May 1st - May 15th, 6pm
All levels

This class will show you how to cook a three-course Spanish dinner using simple techniques at a space provided fully equiped to cook!

+1200 pts
F.   May 2nd, 7pm
All levels
Friday May 2 7pm - 10pm 1 Session $120
Friday May 23 7pm - 10pm 1 Session $120
Other Dates (2)

Three desserts will be tasted in combination with wines that enhance and perfectly balance the flavors, helping you produce a truly unique, authentic, and delectable dessert.

+750 pts
F.   May 9th, 6pm
All levels
Friday May 9 6pm - 9pm 1 Session $75
Friday June 6 11am - 2pm 1 Session $75
Other Dates (2)

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Students will be able to learn how to prepare Spanish cuisine.

+1000 pts
Th.   May 15th, 6pm
All levels

Spanish cooking is experiencing a rise in popularity and who better to give the inside scoop on it than Barcelona-native Marc Vidal, executive chef of the growing Boqueria tapas bar empire. Named after Barcelona’s famed Boqueria market, there is no place better in New York to get a deep understanding of how to prepare and serve tapas, the quintessential Spanish snac

+950 pts
Th.   Jun 5th, 5:30pm
All levels

We make our favorite tapas (garlic shrimp, albondigas, roasted chickpeas, sherried mushrooms) but we don’t stop there. We round out our menu with Paella à la Valenciana and, of course, flan for dessert.


When he’s not slanging cheese behind the counter, Matthew loves to eat those wonderful dishes from the Iberian Peninsula known as Tapas. Come snack with the man as he runs the gammut of tasty dishes meant to be shared.


This summer, add a twist to your dinners with this selection of light dishes that feature the bold flavors characteristic of Latin cuisine.


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Learn how common Arabic ingredients including oranges, almonds, saffron, lamb, and even sugar influenced some of today’s most popular modern Spanish dishes.


Spain pioneered the New World and found, among its treasures, many exotic foods. Using period Spanish cookery books and the food imagery of Cervantes' Don Quixote, this class explores the culinary junction of the medieval and modern worlds that was first expressed in Spanish cookery, including the first known European recipe using tomatoes (a sauce spiked with chilies


The Basque Country, the region in northwestern Spain that borders France, has long been visited by gastronomes from around the world, but perhaps never more than in recent years. Cities like Bilbao and San Sebastian are home to the most experimental and the most traditional of Spanish chefs, who equally dazzle with preparations that highlight the ingredients of the ar


Paella, one of Spain's most well-known dishes, is a perfect showcase for the delicious meats and seafood that make this country a sought-after culinary destination. But the pleasures of the Spanish table do not stop there.


Learn how to make a selection of irresistible Iberian bites.


Executive chef Chris de Luna will indulge us in the kitchen of La Fonda del Sol, as we learn all about the finest contemporary Spanish cooking styles with a focus on tapas.


Learn how to make a traditional Spanish dish that has been passed down for centuries.

Need help finding a class? Call 212-729-4088 or email [email protected]