A Taste of South America!
Sunday, April 30 3:00 PM
Dan's Italian Favorites!
Sunday, May 7th 3:00 PM
Hi everyone! We’re Ginger and Holly Howell – Welcome to the Seasonal Kitchen Cooking School, now in its 45th year of bringing great food and good times to foodies everywhere. Our menus change constantly, always using seasonal, fresh ingredients, and hopefully making life easy for the cook.
Ginger doesn’t make dishes that take hours to prepare and she doesn’t use ingredients you can’t pronounce or buy at the market. She loves to entertain, but she wants to be with her friends, not working in the kitchen! She hopes that her food is reasonably healthy, but she does admit to a certain predilection for butter, cream and chocolate – hey, it worked for Julia!
Holly is wild about wine and a Certified Sommelier from the Master Court of London. But don’t let that scare you! Her classes are "serious" fun. Spend an hour or two with Holly and her knowledge and enthusiasm will transport to you to places from the Finger Lakes to the Greek Isles!
In between classes by the two of us, some of the best chefs in town do demonstrations here and these classes are really popular – we even have a 4-star chef from a fabulous Vermont restaurant who pops in twice a year – and he has plenty of fans! The Seasonal Kitchen is a fun place to be. You’ll get great instruction, a terrific meal and go home armed with recipes and pairing ideas to do your own party. Come and see us. We’d love to meet you!
Monday, April 24 6:00 PM
Tuesday April 25 9:30 AM
Wednesday, April 26 6:00 PM
What will Holly pair with sweet pea and bacon crostini? And with creamy spring pasta with morels, ramps and asparagus? Surely a nice red to go with Dijonnaise Salmon and twice-baked potatoes with chives. What will be her ingenious pairing for sour cream panna cotta crowned with Grand Marnier strawberry sauce? Let’s find out! Sip, taste and celebrate all the glories of spring!
Monday, May 29 6:00 PM
Tuesday May 30 9:30 AM
Wednesday, May 31 6:00 PM
Apricot Bellinis with a scrumptious mezze platter including wine-braised artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, white bean puree and warm pitas. Grilled rosemary lamb chops with arugula feta relish, plus garden tabuli , feta garlic bread and raspberry chocolate pavlova for dessert. What’s Greek for “yum”?
This will be an immersion into the world of Portuguese wine and food! Begin your journey down the Douro River with its dramatic gorges, lush vineyards and tranquil fishing villages. From Porto, continue on to the ancient and picturesque city of Lamego where you enter Spain to visit Salamanca, s well as the beautiful inland countryside and the palace and gardens of Mateus.
Check out http://toursandwine.com/HollyHowell/ for more info!