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Kookin’ Kids 2-3 Years
If they cook it, they'll eat it! In this class, parents and children share quality time in the kitchen preparing delicious dishes together , at least two recipes per week. Watch proudly as your children learn how to peel, whisk, grate and slice while experiencing a variety of healthful, fresh ingredients. All recipes are nut-free; dietary laws observed. No unregistered siblings allowed. If your child has any allergies, please call Jennifer Goren at 646 505 5713 before the first class. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Mon, Sep 8 - Jan 12
fall
10am2 - 3weekly
Kookin’ Kids 3-4 Years
Children have fun as they peel, whisk, and stir their way through a variety of fresh ingredients, techniques, and vocabulary. They’ll learn healthy eating habits, identify and reinforce speech, colors, shapes, smells, and motor skills in a nurturing and delicious environment. All recipes are nut-free; dietary laws observed. If your child has any allergies, please call Jennifer Goren at 646.505.5713 before the first class. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Tue, Sep 9 - Jan 13
fall
10am weekly
Little Chefs International! 4-6 Years
Children cook their way across the country and make several stops around the world all inside our kitchen. With a focus on safe practices and fresh, whole food ingredients, kids will learn various cooking methods as they dice, slice, and sauté their way through the exciting flavors of the world. All recipes are nut-free; dietary laws observed. (more)REGISTER
family life > school-age (4-10 yrs) > after school > art, science & cooking
Tue, Sep 9 - Jan 13
fall
3:30pm4 - 6weekly
Kids Cook Around the World 7-9 Years
On this culinary journey, kids gain knowledge about different cultures while preparing global delicacies. With a focus on fresh, healthful ingredients, kids practice knife skills and explore various cooking methods as they cook their way through the exciting flavors of India, Morocco, Italy, Japan, France, and Mexico. All recipes are nut fee; dietary laws observed. (more)REGISTER
family life > school-age (4-10 yrs) > after school > art, science & cooking
Wed, Sep 10 - Jan 14
fall
3:30pm7 - 9weekly
Kookin’ Kids 2-3 Years
If they cook it, they’ll eat it! In this class, parents and children share quality time in the kitchen preparing delicious dishes together – at least two recipes per week. Watch proudly as your children learn how to peel, whisk, grate and slice while experiencing a variety of healthful, fresh ingredients. All recipes are nut-free; dietary laws observed. No unregistered siblings allowed. If your child has any allergies, please call Jennifer Goren at 646 505 5713 before the first class. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Thu, Sep 11 - Jan 15
fall
10am2 - 3weekly
Kookin’ Kids 2-3 Years
Children have fun as they peel, whisk, and stir their way through a variety of fresh ingredients, techniques, and vocabulary. They’ll learn healthy eating habits, identify and reinforce speech, colors, shapes, smells, and motor skills in a nurturing and delicious environment. All recipes are nut-free; dietary laws observed. If your child has any allergies, please call Jennifer Goren at 646.505.5713 before the first class. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Sun, Sep 14 - Jan 11
fall
10am weekly
Tween After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You and your friends are invited to the coolest cooking party in town. As you listen to your favorite tunes you'll create different party menus. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; gazpacho shooters; homemade mini pizzas and pizza roll ups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; Asian salad wonton cups; Asian meatballs;, cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Sep 20 - Dec 20
fall
7pm custom
Beginners Culinary Boot Camp: More Basic Training for Novice Cooks with Chef John Scoff
Picking up where the Culinary "Mini" Boot Camp left off, new recipes and techniques will be covered in this next step in your culinary education, as you delve deeper into topics and ingredients. This is a necessary "kitchen essentials" course for any home cook. Week 1: Knife Skills Week 2: Poultry Cookery Week 3: Beef Cookery Week 4: Fish Tech Week 5: Baking Techniques (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Tue, Oct 21 - Nov 18
fall
6:30pm18 - 0weekly
Recipe Redux: Comfort Food Favorites
Learn how to make healthy versions of your favorite comfort foods. Creamy butternut squash and cauliflower mash; broccoli and dairy-free mac and cheese; vegetable pad Thai; curry chicken mini pizzas with caramelized onions; roasted red peppers, zucchini, and tomatoes on gluten-free quinoa flour naan; and spiced pear baked oatmeal pie. Part of the Michelle C. Feig Nutrition Program (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Oct 23
fall
7pm once
Challah Baking
According to the Talmud, the mitzvah of baking challah for Shabbat was one of three commandments assigned to women. Today Jewish women—and men—are baking challah every week. Join us in this ancient Jewish tradition as we knead, braid, and bake our way through the spiritual side of challah baking. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Fri, Oct 24
fall
10am18 - 0once
Tween After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You and your friends are invited to the coolest cooking party in town. As you listen to your favorite tunes you'll create different party menus. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; gazpacho shooters; homemade mini pizzas and pizza roll ups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; Asian salad wonton cups; Asian meatballs;, cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Oct 25
fall
7pm once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Oct 26
fall
4:30pm once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Oct 26
fall
4:30pm once
Vegetarian Fall Harvest Feast
Show off how fabulous vegetarian cuisine can be with these seasonal dishes. Learn how to prepare anasazi bean soup with dried cherries; baked acorn squash stuffed with wild rice pilaf; mixed green salad with carrot ginger dressing; and Brussels sprouts and kale with chestnuts and cranberry lemon tart. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Oct 27
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Japanese Favorites
The traditional Japanese diet is one of the healthiest in the world. Elegant yet humble, simple and satisfying. Delve into the rich heritage of this cuisine as you learn how to create these authentic favorites perfect for lunch, brunch, or dinner party. Make miso glazed cod; ginger turkey pot stickers; assorted sushi rolls; tempura fried vegetables; soba noodle salad; marinated grilled salmon; and udon noodle soup. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Oct 29
fall
10am18 - 0once
Knife Skills 101
Being comfortable and skillful with a knife can change the way you cook and make your time in the kitchen more productive. Chef Shaya will break down everything you need to know in detail from knife anatomy, knife selection, how to hold a knife, sharpening, and many cutting and slicing techniques. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Oct 29
fall
6:30pm18 - 0once
Easy One Pot Meals for 20s + 30s
Get cozy this fall with these tasty, no-fuss dishes. One pot is all you need to make quick, delicious, and healthy meals! Chicken-scallion rice bowl; butternut squash ramen bowl with tofu and fresh pea shoots; smoky tomato lentil soup with spinach and olives; Mexican quinoa salad with creamy avocado dressing; and Moroccan spiced oranges. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Oct 30
fall
7pm20 - 39once
Challah Bakin' 6 Years + Under
Share the experience of baking challah with your child. Little hands have fun as they, mix, knead, and braid. Enjoy the aroma and simple pleasure of fresh homemade challah with family and friends. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Fri, Oct 31
fall
10am0 - 6once
Date Night: Cooking for Couples
These succulent dishes are sure to arouse all of your senses! Create radicchio, rose petal, and pomegranate salad; Cornish hens with strawberry–balsamic glaze; baby bok choy with black bean sauce; flank steak with rosemary chimichurri sauce; angel hair pasta with fresh fennel pesto; honey–glazed salmon with chopped basil; and finish with bananas foster and poached pears in cardamom syrup. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sat, Nov 1
fall
7pm once
The Food, Mood + Brain Connection
The brain is an organ just like any other in the body that requires proper nutrients to perform at its best. Research has shown that specific foods affect our mood and feed the brain, preventing disease and sharpening our mental acuity. Learn about the most essential brain–boosting foods to include in your everyday cooking. Maple teriyaki salmon with "un-fried rice"; aduki bean and butternut squash stew; kale and mushroom frittata; sardine, farro, and spinach gratin; brain–boosting smoothie; and chocolate avocado pudding. Part of the Gural Mind Matters Series (more)REGISTER
health + wellness > wellness classes > highlighted series > mind matters
Sun, Nov 2
fall
2pm18 - 0once
Korean Vegetarian Home Cooking
Although Korean cuisine is widely known for its bbq meat dishes, its home cooking is largely composed of flavorful, healthful, simple vegetable dishes. Create creamy walnut porridge; rolled dumpling with sweet potato filling; squash noodle soup with handmade green tea noodles; pan-fried tofu and spicy chive sauce; and sweet rice cake balls with pecan and sesame filling. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Nov 3
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Healthy Cooking Techniques
Explore easy-to-follow recipes and valuable tips for stocking a healthy kitchen. You'll learn how to create wholesome, delicious dishes using nourishing oils, grains, flours, fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. Learn to make healthy choices and create meals that you, your family, and friends will love. Week 1: Smoked paprika potato chips with triple onion dip; apple and celery root salad; broccoli cheddar soup; green bean casserole with crispy shallots; skillet mac and cheese; fillet of sole almandine; mini strawberry cheesecakes; and banana pudding with vanilla wafers. Week 2: Baked jalapeño poppers; "everything" parmesan crisps; butternut squash risotto; crispy fish with lemon dill sauce; asparagus, mushroom, and tomato frittata; smoky black bean chili; artichoke, edamame, and asparagus salad; pumpkin bread with cranberries; and chocolate chunk cookies. Week 3: Miso-sweet potato dip; stuffed cabbage with sweet and sour tomato sauce; chicken cacciatore over corkscrew pasta; giant chicken and vegetable dumpling pyramids in scallion-shiitake broth; mashed parsnips and potatoes with crispy root vegetables; fennel and orange salad with pistachios and lemon vinaigrette; phyllo cherry turnovers; and pineapple upside down cake. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Nov 5 - Nov 19
fall
10am18 - 0weekly
A Taste of Thailand
Explore Thai cooking's unique ingredients and simple techniques to create an explosion of flavor in every dish. Tantalize your taste buds and impress your friends and family when you serve soft Asian summer rolls with vinegar dipping sauce; Thai beef salad; chicken satay with peanut sauce; vegetarian pad Thai; massaman beef curry with peanuts; and sticky coconut rice with mango. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Nov 5
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Delicious Dishes from Great New York Restaurants
Create signature restaurant dishes right in your own home. Prepare a mouthwatering tomato tatin from La Goulue; Telepan's savory vegetable bread soup; Craft's zesty beet salad with beet vinaigrette; NOBU's famous black cod with miso; Bouley's fingerling potato puree; the Red Cat's sautéed zucchini with toasted almonds and pecorino; and WD50's cherry clafouti. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Nov 6
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Cook for Shabbat with Your Tot 6 Years + Under
Make Shabbat your favorite day of the week! Learn about the history and traditions of various Jewish foods as you and your child measure, mix, pour, and taste your way to a delectable Shabbat dishes. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Fri, Nov 7
fall
10am once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Nov 9
fall
4:30pm once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Nov 9
fall
4:30pm once
Creative Vegetarian Holiday Cooking
Whether you serve them as a main course or a side, cook up dishes that take center stage on your holiday table. Prepare roasted Brussels sprout salad with pomegranate vinaigrette; bulgar stuffing with golden raisins; leek and cheese pie with cucumber-mint yogurt sauce; layered sweet potato casserole with tamarind and prunes; dried fruit salad with apricots, oranges, and pistachios; and orange-olive oil cake. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Nov 10
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Decadent Chocolate Desserts
Learn to make luscious chocolate desserts, from elegant chocolate soufflés that can be prepped ahead, frozen, and cooked later, to delicate yolk-free Italian chocolate mousse with hints of cherry, dark chocolate brownies, and handmade chocolate truffles. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Nov 12
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Easy + Elegant Entertaining for 20s + 30s
Shake a festive cocktail and prepare a selection of delicious hors d'oeuvres. Your party menu consists of sparkling pomegranate punch; duo of bruschetta butternut squash and ricotta crostini; wild mushroom sriracha-spiced deviled eggs; three-cheese mini macs; smoked trout and pickled onion toasts; honey-peppered pecans; guacamole with roasted poblanos; and caramelized onion and apple tart. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Nov 13
fall
7pm20 - 39once
Challah Bakin' 6 Years + Under
Share the experience of baking challah with your child. Little hands have fun as they, mix, knead, and braid. Enjoy the aroma and simple pleasure of fresh homemade challah with family and friends. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Fri, Nov 14
fall
10am once
Squash Five Ways
There's no better time to serve up the harvest and celebrate the goodness of fresh seasonal squash. You'll roast, mash, and puree your way to squash bliss as you create curried spaghetti squash and sunflower seed crostini; sweet cinnamon butternut squash soup; roasted acorn squash and pecorino pasta; roasted delicata squash salad with ricotta; and sweet kabocha squash and sweet potato tarts. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Nov 17
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Luscious and Nutritious Holiday Desserts
Learn to prepare a variety of decadent desserts, ranging from light and refreshing to rich and filling—all chock–full of wholesome deliciousness. Create fruit–studded sesame cookies; chocolate pecan tarts; hazelnut and fig squares; pomegranate pears; cranberry apple pudding; fruit compote; and no–bake brownies with coconut creme and whipped cream. Part of the Michelle C. Feig Nutrition Program (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Nov 19
fall
7pm once
Thanksgiving Favorites Made Easy
Simplify your holiday cooking by learning tricks for preparing traditional holiday recipes ahead of time. The menu includes turkey and gravy; cranberry and orange relish; classic mashed potatoes; apple stuffing; braised Brussels sprouts with hazelnuts; honey glazed carrots; and pecan pie—sure to please anyone who is coming to dinner. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Nov 20
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Cook for Shabbat with Your Tot 6 Years + Under
Make Shabbat your favorite day of the week! Learn about the history and traditions of various Jewish foods as you and your child measure, mix, pour, and taste your way to a delectable Shabbat dishes. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Fri, Nov 21
fall
10am once
Sensational Thanksgiving Side Dishes for 20s + 30s
Fall brings a bounty of fabulous vegetables to be very thankful for. Create delicious autumn-inspired side dishes perfect for the holidays, with or without the turkey! Kale salad with pomegranate and maple pecans; za'taar roasted carrots; roasted Brussels sprouts with apples and pecans; lemon-rosemary quinoa pilaf; Italian butter beans with Meyer lemon and tarragon; broccoli rabe with artichokes and sundried tomatoes; orange thyme kasha with cranberries; and roasted winter squash with cornbread stuffing. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Nov 24
fall
7pm20 - 39once
Contorni: Italian Vegetable Dishes
Contorni, or Italian side dishes, take advantage of simple ingredients to make beautiful dishes with matching aromas. Try stuffed Italian eggplants; grilled vegetable antipasto with basil pesto; fennel with shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano, lemon, and olive oil; herbed white bean purée with garlic toast; steamed string beans with bagna cauda (contains fish); and classic caponata. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Dec 1
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Mexican Fiesta
Baby, it's cold outside! Turn up the heat inside with these spiced-up delicious dishes. Create frutas guacamole; gazpacho shooters; jicama, radish, and pepita salad; Mexican quinoa with cilantro lime vinaigrette; grilled mahi mahi tacos with chipotle slaw; seared tofu with spicy black beans and mango salsa; elotes (Mexican street corn); and grapefruit margaritas. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Tue, Dec 2
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Cooking from Yotam Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem
Be transported to the streets and markets of Jerusalem as we create roasted cauliflower and hazelnut salad with pomegranate seeds; spicy beet, leek, and walnut salad; beef and lamb meatballs with cumin, lemon, and fava beans; chicken with caramelized onion and cardamom rice; and clementine and almond syrup cake. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Dec 3
fall
7pm18 - 0once
The Restorative Kitchen
Restorative foods rebuild our bodies. Rejuvenate with these out of the ordinary dishes and discover the healing properties of some of your favorite foods and spices. Cucumber lemon mint smoothie, root vegetable and cauliflower tagine with parsley yogurt, ratatouille with cod, zucchini with toasted almonds, vegetable quinoa with wild blueberries. Part of the Michelle C. Feig Nutrition Program (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Dec 4
fall
7pm once
Cook for Shabbat with Your Tot 6 Years + Under
Make Shabbat your favorite day of the week! Learn about the history and traditions of various Jewish foods as you and your child measure, mix, pour, and taste your way to a delectable Shabbat dishes. (more)REGISTER
family life > infants & young children > art, science & cooking
Fri, Dec 5
fall
10am once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Dec 7
fall
4:30pm once
NEW! Sunday Supper 2-6 Years
As the weekend winds down, gather with other families to celebrate the pleasures of cooking, eating, and community. Parents and kids mix, stir, and pour while creating a healthy and delicious meal from start to finish. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Sun, Dec 7
fall
4:30pm once
Hearty Vegetarian Cooking
When cold winds bring a chill, let these hearty vegetarian creations warm you. Everyday meals will feature winter vegetable stew with coconut and cashews; chickpeas in tangy tamarind sauce; warm asparagus salad with arugula and walnut vinaigrette; butternut squash gratin with onions and sage; smoky black bean quesadillas; mushroom and green chili enchiladas; and grilled tofu with sesame soba salad. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Dec 8
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Winter Soup Suppers
These soups warm you up as they fill you up—have some crusty bread nearby to soak up every last drop. You"ll make lemongrass chicken soba noodle soup; cauliflower leek soup; butternut squash coconut soup; Southwest black bean soup; carrot ginger soup; quinoa split pea soup; and Arabian lentil and rice soup. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Tue, Dec 9
fall
7pm18 - 0once
The Tuscan Table
A splendid and vast tradition in cookery has flourished for centuries in Tuscany. Embark on a special journey through simple and rustic trattoria fare. You'll create escarole salad with walnut red wine vinaigrette; slightly-mashed roasted sunchokes with goat cheese; homemade butternut squash and ricotta ravioli with sage brown butter; whole roasted branzino with lemon anchovy radicchio; classic tomato and garlic bruschetta; and homemade tiramisu. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Dec 10
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Gourmet Winter Dishes
Treat your winter appetite to a hearty meal that soothes the body and warms the heart as you create warm chickpea salad with winter purslane and nut oil dressing; crème of white beans and celeriac soup with chile oil; brown soda bread; tartiflette with cod (potato gratin with fish); gingered barley; homemade brousse cheese; mulled wine; and chocolate nutmeg cupcakes with glossy coffee frosting. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Dec 11
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Challah Baking
According to the Talmud, the mitzvah of baking challah for Shabbat was one of three commandments assigned to women. Today Jewish women—and men—are baking challah every week. Join us in this ancient Jewish tradition as we knead, braid, and bake our way through the spiritual side of challah baking. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Fri, Dec 12
fall
10am once
Elegant Vegetarian Chanukah:
Pancakes, Latkes + Risotto Cakes
Look no further for unique and delicious holiday inspiration! Learn how to create festive vegetarian Chanukkah recipes, including lentil-scallion pancakes with cumin cream; root-vegetable latkes with cool coriander spiced yogurt; wild mushroom risotto cakes; crisp yucca pancakes; and spinach pancakes with cardamom. A Meatless Mondays offering. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Mon, Dec 15
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Eight Treats for Eight Lights for 20s + 30s
Enjoy exotic Chanukah delights from eight different regions. Make Russian apple latkes with brown sugar; Hungarian crêpes with cherry preserves; Indian sweet potato fritters with mango salsa; Israeli jam doughnuts; Syrian pancakes with nuts and rosewater syrup; North African beignets with orange blossom water; Mexican melted hot chocolate with cinnamon and vanilla; and Lebanese couscous with apricots and dates. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Tue, Dec 16
fall
7pm20 - 39once
Garlic Lovers Workshop
Discover the many health benefits of garlic as you create dishes with raw, sautéed, roasted, and fermented (black) garlic. Dishes include chicken with garlic sauce; white bean and winter squash stew with black garlic and cilantro; autumn salad with artichoke and roasted garlic dressing; and black garlic chocolate truffles. (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Wed, Dec 17
fall
7pm18 - 0once
Healthier Chanukah Treats
Create delicious, lower-fat versions of your favorite Chanukah treats. Prepare baked parsnip, carrot, and sweet potato latkes with homemade applesauce; baked egg white frittata with spinach; low-fat goat's milk cheese and sun dried tomatoes; giant baked potato latke with dill, parsley, and chives; baked mini jelly doughnuts with powdered sugar; whole wheat pancakes with ouzo honey syrup and crushed toasted walnuts; and sweet olive oil bread with red wine glaze, cloves, and lemon zest. Part of the Michelle C. Feig Nutrition Program (more)REGISTER
adults > culinary arts > all classes
Thu, Dec 18
fall
7pm once
Tween After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You and your friends are invited to the coolest cooking party in town. As you listen to your favorite tunes you'll create different party menus. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; gazpacho shooters; homemade mini pizzas and pizza roll ups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; Asian salad wonton cups; Asian meatballs;, cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Dec 20
fall
7pm once
Tweens After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You're invited to the biggest cooking party in town. Create different party menus while listening to music and hanging out with friends. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Jan 31
winter
7pm once
Tweens After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You're invited to the biggest cooking party in town. Create different party menus while listening to music and hanging out with friends. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Jan 31 - Apr 25
winter
7pm custom
Tweens After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You're invited to the biggest cooking party in town. Create different party menus while listening to music and hanging out with friends. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Feb 28
winter
7pm once
Tweens After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You're invited to the biggest cooking party in town. Create different party menus while listening to music and hanging out with friends. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Mar 28
winter
7pm once
Tweens After Dark: Hands-on Cooking Party Grades 4-8
You're invited to the biggest cooking party in town. Create different party menus while listening to music and hanging out with friends. Snacks and dishes include: make-your-own fruit kabobs; chocolate-covered strawberries; bagel chips with assorted dips; red pepper hummus in cucumber cups; soft Asian summer rolls in sweet and savory dipping sauce; cheddar cheese balls; sparkling pomegranate punch; soft and crunchy tacos; guacamole with homemade tortilla chips; cream cheese wontons; deviled eggs; "fried" zucchini sticks; and garlic parmesan potato wedges. (more)REGISTER
family life > tweens > tween classes
Sat, Apr 25
winter
7pm once
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