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  • Festive Spring Salads

    Festive Spring SaladsHead into Spring with a wild rice and breast of chicken salad or wild rice with fresh mushrooms and cashews. We will also feature a vegetarian main dish salad using multi-colored peppers and the unique grain Quinoa. What could be more refreshing than fruit - a salad combination of cantaloupe and strawberries with an orange sauce. Equally as pretty is a raspberry spinach salad with glazed pecans. Complete the evening with three easy dressings for your favorite combination of assorted garden greens - feta cheese, blue cheese, and orange dressings. You will be ready for family, friends and Spring! Instructor: Laurel SeversonTuesday, April 306 - 9 pmGrandview Middle School Room G-18#7534-A19W$35
  • Great Minnesota Hot Dishes - You Betcha!

    Great Minnesota Hot Dishes - You Betcha!The Minnesota hot dish (elsewhere called a casserole) is a one-dish supper (or side dish) baked in your oven using a single piece of cookware. We will use fresh ingredients (no canned soups) and do easy preparation for a family meal or make impressive elegant company fare for friends of crowd-pleasing recipes for a potluck. Many of these hot dishes can be made ahead, chilled then baked. Join us to create up to 15 sensational dishes including beef, pork and sauerkraut, pork loin with dried apricots and cherries, beef and spinach or broccoli, eggplant and cheese, chicken cobbler with carrots, mushroom and peas, lentils and vegetables, and baked penne pasta with chicken, broccoli and mushrooms to name a few! Our recipes are enhanced by a blend of diverse ethic influences to create a sensational dish. These recipes are easy to prepare, a pleasure to serve, and a delight to eat. Instructor: Laurel SeversonThursday, February 286 - 9 pmGrandview Middle School Room G-18$7535-A18W$35
  • Southern Italian Cooking

    Southern Italian CookingAlongside Chef Jeff Sandino, you'll begin by preparing traditional manicotti stuffed with ricotta, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses. Then it's baked in a delectable marinara sauce. Next, you'll prepare classic Italian style bruschetta topped with a relish of fresh basil, roma tomatoes, sweet red onion, garlic and olive oil. We'll finish with creme brulee; a rich, creamy custard with a crusty caramel glaze.Founder of Flavors from Home, Jeff's love of food began at the Lincoln Del. He sought formal training at L'Hotel Sofitel in Bloomington MN and Houston TX. His 40+ year professional career has brought him to such spots as Buca di Beppo, Figlio, Sunsets on the Bay, My Pie Pizza and the Sunshine Factory to name a few. He's appeared on several cooking shows demonstrating his culinary wizardry, but his passion is teaching and demystifying the process of gourmet cooking.Wednesday, April 106:30 - 8 pmGrandview Middle School Room G-18#7507-A19W$29