Couples' Hands-on Class
Traditional Swiss dishes are described as rich and hearty, often involving cheese and chocolate; however, Swiss cuisine is diverse with influences from Italy, France and Germany. Join
and help prepare this delicious multi-country inspired menu.
Gruyère Cheese Fondue; Wiener Schnitzel with Braised Apples and Red Cabbage; Potato Rosti
. This menu will be paired with wine.
• Sunday, March 4 • 1– 4 PM • $135
Family Night - Chinese at Home
will show us how our favorite take-out dishes can become our favorite homemade meals. These popular Chinese eats are fun to make and quick too! No need for those take-out containers - these recipes are winners, no leftovers here!
Crab Rangoon; Orange Chicken;
Vegetable Fried Rice
. $75 for two people.
• Sunday, March 11 • 5– 7:30 PM • $75
DIY Charcuterie Board
Charcuterie is one of the best and most delicious appetizers for a crowd because you don't have to cook anything; however, making a charcuterie board is easier said than done because it's an art form that involves balance, creativity and variety. Come learn how to impress your guests with charcuterie board-building guidelines and presentation techniques using an assortment of store-bought salamis, pâtés and cured hams.
will cover all the elements from selecting a well-balanced assortment of meats and choosing proper garnishes before you get to enjoy the finished product. Because charcuterie shouldn't be enjoyed without a glass of wine, one glass of our Provencal French red will be included in the price of the class.
Chef Carrie Walters
• Friday, March 16 • 6– 8 PM • $45