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Little Italy, Manhattan
132 Mulberry St Ste 2D
Btwn Hester & Grand Streets
New York, New York 10013 Little Italy, Manhattan
132 Mulberry St Ste 2D
Btwn Hester & Grand Streets
New York, New York 10013
There are 2 entrances located between Umbertos Clam House. One is to the left if facing the restaurant and that is 1 flight up the stairs you will need to press 11 then the green bell key and wait to be buzzed in. The other is to the right of the restaurant that is a black street level elevator and just press the elevator button to gain access and go to the 2nd floor. There is also an intercom system there as well in case the elevator is locked. Closest Train stations are: B,D at Grand Street,N, R, J, Q, 6 at Canal Street. Parking is available on Elizabeth & Mott between Hester and Canal Street.
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Miette means, "little crumb" in French. This name was chosen while giving cooking classes at the restaurant Tartine in the West Village. Since Tartine means "slice of bread" we thought it an appropriate name for the school!
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The same basic cutting techniques are used by all the master chefs across the globe. Knowing how to use kitchen knives safely and competently can lead to greater ease and joy in the kitchen as well as allowing you to expand your culinary repertoire. Join us for this two-hour hands-on class with Chef Grant as he leads you through the basics of using...
Saturday May 11th, 12pm - 2pm
The most important skill in the kitchen before heading to the stove—it’ll change your life! Learn to slice and dice like a pro. We discuss: which knives you really need how to hold a knife for efficiency, speed and safety what it means to sharpen versus hone how to use your honing steel and a magical way to get the garlic smell...
Monday May 20th, 6:30pm - 9pm
Everything you ever need to know about choosing, storing, sharpening, holding, and using the most important tool in the kitchen. We will have 8-inch chef's knives for you to practice on, but you are also welcome to bring your own knife. And so you have something to cook with all your expertly chopped ingredients, we'll also make: Vegetable Minestrone...
Sunday May 26th, 12pm - 2:30pm
Learn to slice, dice, chop and chiffonade in this EXTREMELY hands-on (and hopefully fingers on) intensive training. Cooks of all levels will benefit from this fundamental course. This includes two drinks AFTER we put the knives away, and a light meal made with the veggies you've cut!
Sunday Apr 28th, 3pm - 5pm
This class will offer you a valuable set of culinary techniques to move you along in your kitchen education. Knife Skills Cooking Meat to Perfection (Pan-Roasted Chicken) Making Flavorful Pan Sauces (Classic Chicken Gravy) Roasting Vegetables (Roasted Potatoes + Seasonal Vegetables) Blanching Green Vegetables (String Beans with Lemon Gremolata)...
Friday Apr 26th, 6pm - 8:30pm
Being comfortable and skillful with a knife can change the way you cook. Knife skills are a confidence booster and will lead to more productive time spent in the kitchen. Chef Shaya will break down everything you need to know in detail, from knife anatomy and selection to how to hold a knife, sharpening, and many cutting and slicing techniques.
Tuesday May 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Knowing how to use knives skillfully is the foundation of all cooking, and doesn't have to be scary or frustrating. Many home and even professional cooks don't always wield a knife correctly, however, which increases food preparation time and makes the process harder and less safe than it should be. Simply put, good knives are the foundation of a well...
Monday Jun 10th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Join us to build one of the most important skills in the kitchen – how to properly handle a knife. You’ll learn about the different types of kitchen knives (and when to use them), the most useful techniques, and how to maintain your knives, all while enjoying the food you prepare. Our professional chefs will guide you through every technique...
Saturday Apr 27th, 12pm - 2pm
Do you need a little extra confidence in the kitchen? Learning to master knife skills is the essential ingredient! Join us for a knife-skills-therapy session that will reinstate you as the boss of your kitchen. From chopping and mincing to slicing and dicing, we'll prove that knife skills aren't just for professionals. Practice your newly learned...
Sunday May 12th, 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Brazil is a paradise whose natural resources are almost boundless. This country possesses a bounty of food that is deeply rooted in the history of the many that call this country home. In this class participants will learn the importance of knife skill, mise en place and order of operation when preparing a complete meal. Students will also learn...
Wednesday Apr 24th, 7pm - 9:30pm
After you’ve tackled these fundamental cooking techniques, there is no limit to the variation of plant-based meals you can make. Knife Skills Cooking Legumes (preparing and highly-seasoning chickpeas, white + black beans, and lentils) Preparing Grains (polenta, farro, quinoa, and rice) Roasting Vegetables (roasted seasonal vegetables;...
Friday May 10th, 11am - 1:30pm
Tastes of Provence celebrate many of the hallmark ingredients of this region. In this class participants will learn the importance of knife skill, mise en place and order of operation when preparing a complete meal. In this session, they will learn how to make a vinaigrette, work with chickpea flour, caramelized onions, how to braise a chicken, sweating,...
Thursday May 2nd, 7pm - 9:30pm
In this class participants will learn the importance of knife skill, mise en place and order of operation when preparing a complete meal. You will learn how to make all of the items listed on the menu. Menu: Arugula & radicchio salad, seared mozzarella stack skewers-lemon caper dressing Roasted snapper, Nero Risotto, broccoli rabe-fennel saffron...
Tuesday Apr 23rd, 7pm - 9:30pm
For a flash course on all the basics you need to make a varied and impressive meal, look no further. With a professional chef, you'll gain the skills vital for moving through any simple menu with ease. You'll practice knife skills, roasting vegetables, , sauteing proteins & greens, a pan sauce, vinaigrette, and a simple fruit crisp. ...
Friday Jun 7th, 6pm - 10pm
This hands-on, skills-based series covers all the basic skills you'll need to feel comfortable and creative in the kitchen. We'll focus on each cooking technique, using multiple ingredients to drive it home, so you leave confident to cook up most any food in your own home kitchen. Each 3-hour class meets once a week for 6 consecutive weeks, beginning...
Monday May 13th, 6pm - 9pm(6 sessions)
Expanding on the skills from the Basic Class, The students will make a Railroad Spike knife (Max 3 students at a time). All Materials are included and the students will take the knife home with them. Basic Blacksmithing skills are necessary to take this class. Note: Be in a comfortable cotton clothing, close-toed shoes. Be in long...
Saturday Apr 27th, 11am - 3pm
Experience the thrill of making your very own sushi, using our unique interactive teaching method. Eat well, gain a fantastic new skill and learn more about sushi then you ever thought possible. This class teaches all the skills needed to make maki sushi- rolls, including: How to make sushi rice Where to buy the best sushi fish in NYC How to make...
Saturday May 11th, 7pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday Jun 11th, 7pm - 10pm
The depth of flavor and complexities of texture and flavor are what make ramen so alluring. Learn how to make various broths, perfect jammy eggs, and knife skills to finely slice vegetables and garnishes. This is not the ramen of your college dorm room although fair warning that we do not fear MSG. Bring on the umami!
Thursday May 30th, 6:30pm - 10pm
Menu: Halibut Oreganata Roasted Organic Chicken Quarters with a dry rub Seasonal Surprise Pasta with a simple Tomato Sauce Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting Optional 1-hour session at no extra charge to practice knife skills 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday May 14th, 7pm - 10pm
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