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NEW! Mexico City Street Staples
Tacos Al Pastor are a staple on the
Mexico City street food scene. How did a Middle Eastern cooking technique
end up in the heart of Mexico? Explore this fun fact and weather permitting,
learn to cook this delicious street food on the outdoor grill. Class will also
make Mexican grilled corn with chilies and lime, a trio of salsas, and guacamole
to accompany our Tacos Al Pastor.
David Trask 9:00am-2:00 Sa 28299
CUL 117 Cost
NEW! Wood Fired Pizza
From pizza basics to traditional Italian
favorites, make an assortment of wood-fired pizzas on a new Woodstone Outdoor
Oven. From Pizza Margherita to Pizza Alla Bismark, explore them all, and then
decide what to put on your pie. Class will include making a Panzanella Salad to
get ready for tomato season and finish off with an Italian favorite, Rosemary
David Trask 9:00am-2:00 Sa 28300
CUL 117 Cost
NEW! Paleo Diet -
Is It for You?
The Paleolithic diet, often referred to as
the caveman diet is a modern nutritional plan based on the presumed ancient
diet of wild plants and animals. It emphasizes fresh foods that are nutrient
dense, containing many naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. The Paleo
diet avoids grain-based foods and processed, less nutritional foods. This is
not just a weight loss fad diet, it will reduce inflammatory disease risks, and
increase energy and muscle. This class will help those who are ready for a
radical change of dietary and lifestyle habits, get radical results. Suzanne
will demonstrate how to create delicious dishes that fit the Paleo dietary plan
including dessert, which the class will sample.
Suzanne Landry 10:00am-2:00 Sa 28395
CUL 118 Cost
NEW! Fresh &
Love fish, but don’t know how to prepare
and store it? Are you concerned about the possible pollution in fish these
days? How does wild fish compare to farmed fish? Learn these answers and
discuss the best and “cleanest” seafood to eat, where to purchase it, and the
best way to prepare it. Learn the health benefits of sea vegetables and try
some recipes using Dulce and wakame as a complement to fish dishes. Suzanne
will demonstrate recipes prepared from fresh ingredients available at market at
the time of class and may include: Sesame Seared Ahi with Spring Greens, Pine
Crusted Cod with Orange Sauce, Wild Caught Salmon with Spicy Rub, Great Fish
Tacos, and Fantailed Coconut Shrimp and Crab. All guaranteed to be delicious!
Suzanne Landry 10:00am-2:00 Sa 28397
CUL 118 Cost
Students will learn how to make a beautiful
rich, lemony tart with a flaky, melt in your mouth crust and a light, fluffy
lemon ricotta cheesecake. Bring a box to take home your desserts, an apron, a
lunch, and sharp paring knife.
Katie Fuller 9:00am-3:30 Sa 28443
CUL 116 Cost
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