Three Additional Cooking Classes Added to This Seasons Schedule

Due to an overwhelming response to our cooking classes this year, we have added three more to this seasons schedule!

Travel to Tuscany Saturday, May 21, 2011
If you can’t join Chef Michael in Italy for one of his Culinary Adventures, then come to Camden and experience some of his favorite Tuscan dishes. We’ll begin with a hearty Tuscan Onion Soup with a Pecorino Crust followed by handmade Pici Pasta with a Pork Ragu. Next, we’ll stuff Chicken with Prosciutto, Fontina Cheese and Sage and finish things off with an Almond-Ricotta Semifreddo.

 

 

Lobster, Lobster, Lobster Saturday, May 28, 2011
A trip to Maine should be based around eating as much lobster as one can. We’re going to help you with this class. Recipes include: Maine Lobster with a Vanilla Beurre Blanc, Lobster and Gruyere Soufflé with a Grilled Corn Cream, Maine Lobster and Asparagus Salad with a Tangerine Dressing, and Avocado and Lobster Cakes with a Chive Sour Cream and Roasted Tomato Jus.

 

French Specialties Saturday, June 11, 2011
Starting this fall, Chef Michael is leading Culinary Adventure Tours to the Loire Valley in France. Get a sneak peak to some of his favorite French dishes that will be included in the tours French cooking classes.

Classes are informative, entertaining, and of course, filled with delicious food. Cooking Class Packages are $352 – $544 and include two nights lodging, breakfast each morning, afternoon cookies and tea, a gourmet candlelit dinner for two and enrollment for one in the cooking class.  Additional enrollment into the cooking class is $45 per person. Classes are held from 1pm-3pm in the afternoon.

Private instruction,  or Chef for a Day is available also, year round.

 
 

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