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All classes offered are for adults (ages 16 and up) except for our parent/child classes & summer camps (ages 8+).


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The kids are either back in school already or starting today.
Why should they have all the fun learning new things?

Take your dishes to new culinary heights with this series of global spices classes! Learn the hows and whys of using spices in your home kitchen.
6-week course beginning this Sunday, September 8, 2019 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

“Spices 101: The Secrets of Spices”

India-Heart of the Spice World
Journey to India, which produces 50 percent of the spices consumed around the globe, and learn how to work with cumin, coriander, paprika, masalas, and other unique tastes from this cuisine of spice. Recipes include basmati rice with cardamom and cloves, chili tamarind shrimp, and a sweet chai tea.

China-From Peppercorns to Tea
Learn how to tap into the essence of two distinct Chinese spices: Sichuan peppercorns and tea. You will learn how to make noodles in Sichuan pepper oil, browned short ribs and more You’ll discover depths of flavor you won’t find in the takeout food we’re all familiar with.

Mexico-Chiles for Every Palate

First, explore the differences between common chiles such as jalapenos, guajillos, and poblanos—and how each can add a unique (and spicy) twist to Mexican dishes. Then, follow the step-by-step process of making the perfect molé that incorporates roasted chiles and spices ranging from Mexican oregano to chocolate.

Mediterranean Spices—Exotic Blends
Find out why spices help make Mediterranean cuisine so rich and exciting. Some of the many diverse spices you’ll learn about here: ras el hanout, a complex spice mix from Morocco; charmoula, a thick vinaigrette from North Africa; za’atar, the Egyptian blend of thyme, sesame, and sumac; and even preserved lemons.

Treasured Spices in Northern Europe
Travel now to northern Europe, where you’ll get a tasty introduction to some of the many commonplace and exotic spices from Hungary, Spain, and other European countries. Hungarian paprika, Spanish pimentón, caraway, juniper—these and other ingredients, you’ll learn, are the key to unforgettable dishes ranging from goulash to mulled wine.

New American Cuisine—The Global Kitchen
Embrace everything you’ve learned about cooking with spices by taking a classic American dish—fried chicken—and using spices to give it unique cultural twists. You’ll see how a mastery of spices is the key to creating Indian, Latin American, Chinese, and Mediterranean chicken dishes, each with its own captivating flavors and aromas.

These classes are not offered individually as the techniques and information in each subsequent class build upon each other from week to week. Again, you must up for the entire series.

The fee for the series is $384.00.
Please register online at
www.kitchen-workshop.com
In the first class, you will receive a gift cards which may be redeemed for any 2 future classes at The Kitchen Workshop or you may register them, the choice is yours.



Volunteers Wanted

Art is looking for volunteers to help expedite his classes-weekday evenings and weekends. In exchange for helping with kitchen clean-up you can earn a free Gift Certificate that you can use for a future class or gift to someone else.  Collect enough and you can have your own private party with your closest friends and family at The Kitchen Workshop. Call Art for details.


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