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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
Some people argue that tapas appeared on the gastronomic scene as a way to keep workers satisfied and productive until lunchtime. Others have contended that tapas were originally pieces of bread or meat used to cover glasses of sweet sherry, deterring hovering fruit flies. Currently, we enjoy tapas as a convivial meal — small plates that satisfy
In this class, we will focus on two adaptations of this classic Valencian dish—a mixed version and vegetarian. The meal will be rounded out with a fresh salad and dessert. As always, wine will be poured throughout class. One of Spain's most popular dishes, paella lends itself to a wonderfully rich and delicious tradition. Originally from Valencia
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. This class will make you discover some other favorites, including Tapas: Stuffed Piquillo Peppers; Gambas al Ajilo (shrimp sau
Spaniards are particularly fond of munching throughout the day and night on tapas, an activity that comes its own verb, "tapear." These small plates are often a precursor to the signature dish of Spain: paella. Join Chef Melanie Cecilio as you learn the tricks of the trade needed to prepare Paella Valenciana (chicken, shrimp, Spanish chorizo, and m
This class is a taste-testers dream! Nibble your way through this evening of savory cooking creating authentic Spanish Tapas. Each dish is steeped in temptation, from the juicy Albondigas to the sweet and dark Sangria, Paprika Butternut Squash Empanadas and Patatas Bravas with Spicy Homemade Sauce. Grab a friend or a date and come cook with us!
Learn five different ways to cook fish, as well as the how-to’s of buying, storing, and substituting one fish for another. Learn to cook:Parchment-Roasted Wild Salmon Fillets with Orange-Olive-Caper Relish Crispy Tilapia with Lemon-Caper ButterAsian Braised Cod with Bok Choy, Tomatoes and ScallionsGarlic-Chile Shrimp, Spanish StylePe
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
Spanish tapas are best enjoyed with plenty of sliced bread to sop up the garlicky oils and aiolis. But at this tapas night, you won't have to skip the bread: These authentic bites will be served up on homemade gluten-free pan. You will also enjoy: Fritters with Cauliflower; Artichokes or Potatoes; Spinach Flan; and Clams with Manzanilla Sherry.
Students attending this class will learn the Spanish tradition of Tapas, small plates eaten with cocktails or before a late dinner, is the perfect fare for entertaining. While sipping on homemade sangria:Make garlic laced mushroomsPatatas bravasCaramelized onion toastsCrispy battered zucchiniFresh fava bean pureePoached asparagus with goat cheese,
This six-week course, created by ICE's Director of Wine Studies Richard Vayda, uses grape varietals as well as wine making regions, as a key to understanding the full wine spectrum. You will receive a thorough introduction to wine making, tasting, laws and labeling, as you learn about wine components and taste some of the world’s most celebrated
In this class, students will learn food and wine pairing, some rules, some traditions and how to step outside them whenever they care to. You could sample a new Spanish wine every night of the year and still not experience all the variety that this country produces. Each region has their own specialty. Rioja creates smoky, earthy, subtle reds with
This class will show you how to cook a three-course Spanish dinner using simple techniques at a space provided fully equipped to cook! Looking to learn some basic culinary skills while enjoying wine, good company and delicious food? Join us for coolest cooking experience in NY!Menu: GazpachoPaellaChocolate CakeSangriaThis class will include:Fun
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 quintes
You will be welcomed into the world of the Michelin-starred Spanish cuisine at Casa Mono with chef-owner Andy Nusser at the helm. Starring with Andy will be Anthony Sasso, chef de cuisine, who has mastered Spanish style butchery. Part of the Batali/Bastianich family empire, Casa Mono is a dynamo to be reckoned with. Long-time De Gustibus favorites,
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. Chris is a veteran of some of New York’s great kitchens, including Naples 45 Ristorante e Pizzeria, Tropica Bar and Seafood House and Union Square Cafe, where he assisted acc
Food Network’s Chopped judge and seasoned author of the best-selling Hero Food, Seamus Mullen’s 2-New York Times starred restaurant Tertulia has been consistently named one of the best Spanish restaurants in New York City. And now, from his long-awaited tapas bar El Comado in the Gotham West Market, he will be bringing his classic tapas, mordis
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. Drop by the kitchen and enjoy the aroma and flavor of three delicious Spanish desserts. The first dessert we will prepare is peras al vino using its two basic ingredients
Learn how to make a selection of irresistible Iberian bites. Rioja may be known for its glorious vineyards producing top-quality vinos, but it also plays host to some of the best tapas in Spain. While you're sipping tintos.The menu includes: Mussels in Green SauceWhite Beans and ChorizoGrilled Boneless QuailChar-Grilled SquidTortilla EspãnolaSalt
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