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Southern Brunch

at Home Cooking New York - SoHo
158 Grand St Stu 206, New York, New York 10013

Only chef-instructor John Scoff can let you in on the secrets of the best brunch dishes in town, courtesy of his South Carolina roots. Classic Shrimp and Grits Eggs Benedict with Fried Green Tomatoes with Spiced Hollandaise Sweet Cream Biscuits with Macerated Berries Micheladas (spicy beer cocktails) Note: Please make sure to ring the outside...

Sunday Jan 14th, 12pm

The Best Sunday Brunch

at Home Cooking New York - SoHo
158 Grand St Stu 206, New York, New York 10013

Sunday brunch cannot be beaten. Learn how to make some very classic brunch dishes while sipping away at your fruit fruit bellinis! Menu: Crispy Potato Cakes with Smoked Salmon and Creme Fraiche  Poached Eggs Florentine  Warm Lemon-Currant Scones with Winter Fruit Compote  Bellinis!

Sunday Dec 31st, 12pm

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Southern Comfort: American Regional Favorites

at The Institute of Culinary Education - Financial District
Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty St, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10281

The South is quite possibly the most delicious region in the country. It's hard not to love its fried...well, its fried everything, its braised vegetables, and its mile-high pies and cakes. In the land of biscuits and sweet tea, life centers around mealtimes. Come learn a few of those Southern favorites, including: Deviled Eggs Southern Fried...

Tuesday Jan 2nd, 6pm

New Orleans Cocktail Brunch

at The Institute of Culinary Education - Financial District
Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty St, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10281

This soulful menu adapts some of New Orleans' greatest hits into brilliant, brunch-appropriate dishes. The meal almost requires a jazz soundtrack to go with it!  We'll invoke the spirit of the Big Easy as we make and eat: Crab Cakes Eggs Sardou Praline Pull-Apart Coffee Cake Bananas Foster Pan Perdu BBQ Shrimp Beignets Cocktails...

Saturday Jan 13th, 10am

NOLA (New Orleans, LA): American Regional Favorites

at The Institute of Culinary Education - Financial District
Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty St, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10281

From muffulettas to po'boys, Ramos gin fizzes to Sazeracs and crawfish to oysters- the diverse cuisine of the city of New Orleans is unparalleled. If you've been curious about the cuisine of the Big Easy, take this journey through the quintessential dishes which make N'awlins a supreme culinary capital. Menu: Oysters Bienville Shrimp Remoulade...

Thursday Dec 28th, 6:30pm

Italian-American Favorites: Re-imagined

at La Scuola at Eataly NY - Flatiron
200 5th Ave , New York, New York 10010

Ever wonder where some of your favorite Italian-American dishes, such as Fettuccine Alfredo and Chicken Parmesan, come from? Well, chances are the recipes you know and love may not be all that authentically Italian. Many of these dishes were brought to America with the wave of Italian immigrants in the early 1900s and modified in response to available...

Thursday Jan 11th, 6:30pm

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NYC Eats: Food, People, Places

at The New School - Manhattan
10011

This course examines the history of food in New York City, from the city's early colonization to contemporary restaurant culture. We will explore issues of class, ethnicity, immigration, labor, technology, and culture, with a special focus on New York's culinary pioneers from the Delmonico brothers to David Chang. What you will learn The history...

$565

12 sessions

Monday Feb 5th, 6pm

Distillery Tours

at Kings County Distillery - Navy Yard
299 Sands St, Bldg 121, Brooklyn, New York 11205

In these tours, you'll learn about the history of American distilling, as well as how whiskey is made.  Enjoy tastings of our three whiskies at the end! A tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to an hour.

$14.84

Wine & Cheese

at Beecher's Handmade Cheese & the Cellar - Flatiron
900 Broadway, New York, New York 10003

Whether you’re a die-hard wine-and-cheese fan or just want to indulge, this class will teach you how to pair artisan cheeses with the perfect counterpart.  Led by Beecher’s team of cheese and wine experts, the class will showcase both classic and unconventional pairings. Taste for yourself why the cheeses at Beecher’s have made the American...

Secrets of Healthy Indian Cooking - Learn from Mukti

at Mukti's Kitchen - Kensington & Parkville
816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn, New York 11218

Indian food can often be spicy, but that does not necessarily make them hot. There are literally thousands of dishes- both vegetarian and non-vegetarian - that are totally mild. They are mild, any American or European can taste them, and savor them. We invite you to bring a notebook, so you can take all the secrets back home with you and delight yourself...

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Venezuelan

at The Brooklyn Kitchen - Sunset Park
274 36th St Industry City Food Hall, Brooklyn, New York 11232

Experience a truly authentic Venezuelan menu featuring traditional and modern takes on the South American cuisine.

Saturday Jan 20th, 5pm

Beer 101

at Top Hops Beer Shop - Lower East Side
94 Orchard St, New York, New York 10002

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an Ale and a Lager? How about a Dry Stout or a Foreign Stout? What is beer actually made from? Wonder no more as we run through the basics of beer and introduce you to several major beer styles and the regions for which they're known. We'll discuss everything from the American Adjunct...

Tuesday Jan 23rd, 7pm

A Tour of Pacific Northwest

at Corkbuzz Restaurant & Wine Bar - Union Square
13 E 13th St, New York, New York 10003

The notoriety of American wine has spread from it's origins in Napa throughout the Pacific Northwest into Oregon and Washington. While all in the same corner of the country, the climates and geography are worlds apart from region to region. Join us as we taste through the diverse production happening in this corner of our country and learn just how...

$87.10

Monday Jan 8th, 6:30pm

Travel the World in 12 Beers

at Top Hops Beer Shop - Lower East Side
94 Orchard St, New York, New York 10002

The beer world is hard to navigate at the start. Why not take a world tour that includes multiple regions and their hallmark beer styles. Build a foundation for further beer drinking by understanding the basics of each region. Get excited to learn how to identify each brewing tradition while traveling through 5 or more continents. ...

Monday Feb 26th, 7pm

Napa vs. Bordeaux

at NYC Wine Class - Chelsea
167 W 23rd St, New York, New York 10011

Both grow Cabernet Sauvignon, both are fiercely loyal to their region, and both create intense, complex, long-lived wines. Yet they are not the same. Bordeaux, with its centuries of history and ornate chateaux, claims restraint and finesse as well as power, yet by a judicious hand. The wines of Pauillac, Margaux, Graves, St Julien, Pomerol, St Emilion...

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