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Moist Orange Chiffon Cake with Grand Marnier Icing - Rosemary Poached Pears in Red Wine - Fudgy Chocolate Cupakes with Chocolate Glaze - Black & White Coconut Macarons
What you will learn
The first night of Passover is a time for family to gather around the table and share a special seder. To commemorate the unleavened bread that the Israelites ate when they left Egypt, we don’t eat—or even retain in our possession—any chametz from midday of the day before Passover until the conclusion of the holiday. Chametz means leavened grain—any food or drink that contains even a trace of wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt or their derivatives—which, let’s face it, makes planning the meal, especially desserts, somewhat of a challenge. In this class, we’ll celebrate the Jewish tradition of Passover by sharing with you several dessert recipes that are not only appropriate for the holiday, but delicious, too.
*Please note: Our kitchens are not Kosher nor free from chametz. We will be sharing recipes with you that, when prepared under the appropriate conditions, will suitable for Passover.
What To Expect:
Great cooking isn't about recipes—it's about techniques. In our classes you'll work together with other students in a fun, hands-on environment led by our professional chef instructors.
Learn fundamental skills for a lifetime of great cooking
Work side-by-side with other students to prepare each dish
Interact with classmates and the instructor for a rich learning experience
Classes are 2 to 2 1/2 hours, unless otherwise noted above, and each student enjoys a generous taste of every dish
Held in our professional teaching kitchens, each class is led by an experienced chef instructor
Students receive a 10% discount coupon to use the week after the class