Easy Italian Cooking
Join Cook With A View healthy living blogger and cook Catherine Kenyon for a new hands-on cooking class in the Cook With A View kitchen. Many students asked for an Italian cooking class, so that’s exactly what we’re bringing you. This is a hands-on class where the students work in teams to create a full meal they can take home and share with their family and loved ones.
Saturday August 13 2:00 – 4:00 pm Class size is limited, please email to save your spot. $35
- A Ligurian-inspired pasta sauce
- Asti-style apple tart
Healthy Mexican Food, Saturday April 30, 2011
You asked for it, and I’m delivering on my promise to create this class. Just in time for summer fiestas, here’s a class that’s sure to put the sizzle into your party menu. The class will focus is on making traditional Mexican dishes healthier without sacrificing taste. ¡Ay, caramba! is all I can say when I look at this tantalizing menu. Additional recipes will be provided in the class packet, but will not be demonstrated.
- Chayote and Chile Poblano Soup
- Jicama Melon Salad
- Vegetable and Goat Cheese Chiles Rellenos
- Virgin Sangria
- Mango and Chocolate Sorbets
More Than a Side Dish
cooking with grains and legumes
Grains and legumes are packed with protein and nutrients, and are an economical way to explore different cuisines. By introducing you to ancient grains such as quinoa, amaranth, and teff, you’ll learn how simple it is to improve the nutritional value of the food you eat without adding calories or substituting nutrition for taste. The class will illustrate how easy it is to cook with grains and legumes, and arm you with new delicious recipes to try at home. During class Catherine will demonstrate each dish, while students taste them. After class students will bring home a packet of recipes and the nutritional profiles of each grain and legume introduced.
Menu includes: Several grain based salads using quinoa, lentils, and bulgar; a side dish with a twist, and desserts and breads made with amaranth, teff and rice.