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The Spanish Way with Vegetables: Spring

$85.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in lunch served with wine and beer.

In the past, Camila has always focused on vegetable-forward menus in her Spanish and Mediterranean workshops. This time, Camila will offer us a menu specially designed to work with the vegetables of our northern California bounty, in the Spanish style. Spring, moreover, is Camila's favorite season for a menu like this one (artichokes! peas!). Join us in this hands-on workshop to learn and enjoy colorful, Spanish recipes traditional and modern.

Knife Skills 201

$95.00

A hands-on class culminating in dinner served with wine and beer. This course is limited to 10 students.

 

Join 18 Reasons' Chef and Culinary Instructor Mike Weller for a class on more advanced knife skills. Students should already have a basic understanding of knife use, care, and safety; participation in our Basic Knife Skills course is encouraged but not required before taking this class. 

Spring Soups

$65.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in a dinner served with wine and beer.

Spring approaches and the days lengthen, pulling us away from winter roasts and braises and toward simpler preparations that highlight the freshness of new produce. When made in large batches, soups can feed you for days, so you can spend more of your free time outdoors in the sun!  Celebrate the season and its bounty with Mike Weller and with soups that come together quickly, but are impressive enough to entertain friends and family. 

 

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Breakfast for Dinner

$65.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in a dinner served with wine and beer.

A classic diner breakfast is timeless; it weathers food fads and crazes and is a fixture of the American landscape. But why reserve these amazing dishes solely for indulgent weekend mornings, when they could make your evenings so much more delicous?

Southeast Asian Pantry Staples

$95.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in a meal served with wine and beer.

Ever wandered the aisles of a Chinese grocery store and become mesmerized by the neverending array of bottles, jars, and packets? It's intimidating to see countless salted and preserved foods. Join this class to learn how to use a few of these humble ingredients in Linda Tay Esposito's Southeast Asian recipes.

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Flavors of France: Loire Valley

$105.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in dinner served with wine and beer.

In the center of France, the Loire Valley overflows with delicious wines, goat cheeses, fruits and vegetables, and game, giving it the monikers Cradle of France and Garden of France. Take a trip to this region with Zoe McLaughlin as your guide, to cook and dine on Loire Valley classics.

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Sablés Aux Noix Et Fromage ~ Savory Shortbread Cookies with Nuts & Blue Cheese

Rillettes De Porc ~ Pork Rillettes

Beyond Breakfast: Eggs in French Cooking

$95.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in dinner served with wine and beer.

An ode to The Almighty Egg! This simple ingredient can be cooked in a variety of ways, each rendering a completely different texture and taste. With Zoe McLaughlin, you'll learn five recipes, featuring a variety of ways to cook this versatile ingredient: boiling, baking, braising, frying, poaching and steaming. With spring coming and more eggs flowing into the market, master the art of cooking this multifaceted ingredient.

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Easter in Italy

$105.00

A hands-on cooking class culminating in dinner served with wine.

Easter is celebrated in Italy with processions, religious festivals, and special dinners. Italians gather to the kitchen to recreate the lore and warmth of years of familial love. Viola Buitoni takes great delight in the traditional foods of this holiday, and she is here to share her favorites with you.

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