January Schedule

Yes, it’s almost 2022! Classes are ready for booking by visiting http://www.bookeo.com/vintagekitchen. If you have a gift certificate, please call to reserve your spot.

Descriptions of classes below
This class will teach the proper way to cut a whole chicken, and look into the financial benefits of buying a whole chicken in comparison to already cut chicken, and all the other benefits that comes with it. We will also explore different cooking techniques for chicken from pan searing to roasting, to deep frying and making stock for soup.
Risotto can be tricky unless you know the technique. In class, you will learn the technique while making a white risotto with shrimp, scallions and Romano.
Love spring rolls? Want to learn how to make them at home? This is the class for you! We will make other Vietnamese dishes also: Shrimp Spring Rolls (not fried); Beef Stuffed Grape Leaves; Caramel Marinated Grilled Pork “Bun” Noodle Salad; and more.
This Italian dessert just may become your signature dessert after you come to this class. You will learn to thicken the sweetened cream with gelatin to make this molded dessert.
Need some help with Thai aromatic spices and rice noodles?  This is the class for you as you will make a traditional Chicken Pad Thai.
It’s soup and chili season! And we have you set with recipes to keep you warm. The menu includes: Instant Pot Zuppa Toscana; Loaded Sweet Potato Soup; Sausage and Lentil Soup; Barley Leek Soup with Mini Turkey Meatballs; and Minestrone.
Looking to add more meatless entrees into your diet. Come to class to get some exciting new ideas to add to your dinner rotations. The menu includes: Spaghetti Squash Frittata; Roasted Eggplant with Sicilian Beans; Leek and Potato Soup; and Roasted Root Vegetables with White Bean Sauce. More recipes being developed.
You won’t have to pay for take-out once you learn how to make your own cauliflower crust pizza!  We will have ingredients for you to make a red or white pizza with a variety of toppings.  This is perfect for a gluten-free diet!!
Cook from home and make this cozy dinner. These pork and ricotta meatballs are served in a Parmesan broth with peas and spinach. It’s comfort food at it’s best. Plan to watch your favorite movie for a great night in!
How many kinds of meatballs can kids make? In this class, they will make pork, lamb, chicken, and beef. It’s a great way to try something new! Ages 7 and up. Parents are welcome to accompany children ages 5-7 in this class.

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