By Christine Gritmon Picture Eataly combined with Chelsea Market and ABC Kitchen & Home, and you get an idea of the vision behind the Playhouse Market, a market with prepared foods, groceries, culinary products and a restaurant that just opened in the former Helen Hayes Theater space in Nyack. “What… Read More →
A few years ago, as I was finishing a degree, I remember one of my classmates saying that one of the things she wanted to do once she had free time was to take cooking classes. I had never really considered doing that before, but it sounded fun, and like… Read More →
Weekend classes at the CIA kick off September 14th at the Hyde Park, NY campus. Make your reservation now while space is still available! Attend a Taste of CIA Cookbooks class and spend the day with our chefs learning professional kitchen skills and recipes. Or, learn more about wine or… Read More →
Hi! Donna Monaco Olsen here, co-coordinator for the Taste of Westchester Continuing Education program for Westchester Community College. All classes are held within Westchester restaurants, where local chefs share their talents and recipes with us in their own dining rooms. Over the years, I have attended hundreds of classes, and… Read More →
Hi! Donna Monaco Olsen here, co-coordinator for the Taste of Westchester Continuing Education program for Westchester Community College. The classes are held in restaurants all over Westchester, and local chefs share their secrets and recipes with the class in their own dining rooms. Over the years, I have attended hundreds… Read More →
My name is Donna Monaco Olsen, co-coordinator for the Taste of Westchester Continuing Education program for Westchester Community College. The classes are held in restaurants all over Westchester, and local chefs share their secrets and recipes with the class in their own dining rooms. Over the years, I have attended… Read More →
With Rosh Hashanah just around the corner I was thinking it might be interesting for me to tie a traditional dish to my post this week. Let me first say that I am not Jewish, but have attended a fair amount of seders in my lifetime thanks in part to… Read More →
This in from personal chef Phyllis Segura: Several cooking classes that might be of interest to you are being taught by award-winning Personal Chef Phyllis Segura of Cooking on the River at Rockland BOCES in Nyack this fall.
This in from Rinku Bhattacharya: Cooking with Rinku announces its upcoming November 2008 classes. These classes incorporate a practical approach to Indian cooking and targets the busy, innovative cook who would like to learn the essentials of Indian cooking and also be able to produce the food during a busy… Read More →
From the newsletter: Fall brings an entirely new lineup of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma. This is your opportunity to learn about cuisines from around the worldâ€”and close to homeâ€”from our talented chefs. Taste new flavors and enticing dishes as you discover entertaining ideas that can turn any meal… Read More →
This in from Morton’s. The class is May 17 at Chef Central in Hartsdale.
This looks good!Ã‚Â If I don’t have plans Monday, I might head over. I have a tagine at home that I’ve never used …. From the email: Take an exotic culinary tour in our Moroccan Oasis where you will learn to create a truly authentic, flavorful Moroccan feast! Monday,Ã‚Â February… Read More →
Arlen Gargagliano, who writes the Ã¢â‚¬Å“ArlenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Entertaining IdeasÃ¢â‚¬? column for the Sound Shore Express, is also a cookbook author. Her latest book, “Calypso Coolers” is a cool collection of Caribbean cocktails and appetizers. She’ll be teaching how to prepare recipes from it from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, June 20… Read More →
If you’ve never been to Kitch ‘n Kaffe, the cook shop in Mahopac, I highly recommend you check it out. And here’s a good reason. I just got their email with upcoming classes. Take it away, Kitch ‘n Kaffe: Announcing the Kitch n Kaffe JUNE SERIES OF COOKING CLASSES KNIFE… Read More →