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Chicken-Parmesan Hero (Harold Dieterle – Perilla, New York, NY) - Spaghetti Carbonara (Frank Crispo – Crispo, New York, NY) - Steak Tacos with Guacamole, Salsa, and Lime Crema (Kerry Simon – Palms Place, Las Vegas, NV) - Steak with Potatoes (Tom Colicchio – Craftsteak, New York, NY)
What you will learn
Gentlemen, start your ovens. This class is designed for you—discerning men with good taste, big appetites, and the desire to know what you’re doing in the kitchen. And, according to our chefs, it will change the way men approach cooking and eating.
Esquire magazine realized that most men who love food have a roasting pan and a decent spice rack, but are still looking for that one cookbook that has all the real food they love to eat and wish they could cook. Esquire food editor Ryan D'Agostino changed that with his unapologetically male-centric Eat Like a Man cookbook—designed to be the only one men will ever need.
A collection of 75 recipes and food writing for men who like to eat, cook, and read about great food, it's the Esquire man's repertoire of perfect recipes, essays on how food figures into the moments that define a man's life, and all the useful kitchen points every man needs to know. Both ambitious and entirely manageable, these recipes are perfect for slow Sunday mornings with family, Saturday nights when you want to impress, poker night feeds, and game-day couch camping. Or, for when a man is just hungry.
Based on the irreverent cookbook, our class will walk dads, boyfriends, brothers and any hungry man —or the women who feed them— through our favorite recipes and share some of the tips we think will help men across the country enjoy the fruits (and meats and vegetables) of successful cooking for years to come.
Sign up today—space is very limited and ladies, you’re welcome too!