Photo by Ann Avouris
I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be teaching a class at Brooklyn’s Park Slope Coop
on February 3 at 7:30 PM. The cost is only $4 which goes towards the materials we’ll be using is is open to non members of the coop a well. Please come and join me for some delicious Spanish dishes you’ll be able to make at home to impress your family and friends.
Veggie Tapas at Home
In this class we’ll see how easy it is to make classic Spanish tapas at home. Tapas generally translates into small plates and we’ll make three delicious vegetarian recipes that will show you methods which you can take and adjust to make your own. We’ll be using traditional Spanish ingredients like Pimentón (paprika), Azafrán (saffron) and Vinagre de Jerez (sherry vinegar).
Tortilla de Patata (Spanish potato omelet) #
Espinacas con Garbanzos (thick stew of spinach and garbanzos) *
Salsa Romesco con Asparagos (red pepper sauce with hazelnuts and almonds served with asparagus) * #
Simple Social Kitchen has teamed up with Yoga for Musicians and Artists for another weekend retreat at Heartland in beautiful Goshen, NY! This one is for ladies only and will focus on yoga poses that are specific to women’s needs. We’ll also have knitting and crocheting workshops for ladies of all levels interested in making something warm and cozy for the winter.
The vegetarian meals will be :
Cucumber and Tomato Chaat Salad
Spinach and Garbanzo Stew
Lavender Lace Cookies
Mushroom and Herb Tamales
Lime Cilantro Rice
Pear/Apple Galette with Cinnamon Coconut Cream
Seasonal Fruit Salad
Roasted Root Vegetables
Goat Cheese and Roast Tomato Omelet
(the menu is subject to change based on produce availability and seasonal delights)
Save by Registering Early or With a Friend!
Register by Nov 8: $175 – 225
Register by Nov 1: $160-$210
Register With a Friend by Nov 1: $150-$200 each
(Cost is set at a sliding scale, pay what you can within that range.)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Some knitting/crocheting materials provided for demonstration purposes but please bring your own yarn and needles. Chunky yarn and large needles are recommended for beginners.
For questions about yarn and needles please contact email@example.com
It’s time to start cooking again! Join us for one of these fun and yummy classes in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Space is limited so reserve now! All classes are $40 and from 1-4 PM. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Because of the holiday weekend we’re postponing the SSK Basics. New schedule will be posted soon!
October 13, 2010 1-4 PM
Tapas: A Taste Of Spain Everyday
Some of the most exciting modern food trends are coming from Spain, but the basis of the cuisine is bold flavor from basic ingredients. In this class we’ll make some of the classic tapas and their accompanying sauces. We’ll start with some basic food preparation techniques, continue with the demonstration and finish with a feast accompanied by some delicious and affordable Spanish wines.
Suitable for vegetarians and those on a gluten-free diet.
Some of the recipes we’ll prepare are:
• Tortilla de Patata
• Patatas Bravas con Ailioli
• Albondingas (optional depending on dietary restrictions of the group)
• Espinacas con Garbanzos
• Asparagos con Romesco
October 30, 2010 1-4 PM
La Casa Mexicana
Most people I know consider Mexican food to be among their favorites, but are daunted by things more complicated than tacos. It’s not scary! In this class we’ll make tamales, salsas, and an easy vegetarian version of the classic hearty Mexican stew, Pozole. With the techniques you’ll learn in this class you’ll be able to create Mexican classics at home with your own twist! Just in time for Dia de los Muertos!
Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and those on a gluten-free diet.
Recipes will include:
• Tamales- sweet and savory
• Classic Red Mole
• Avocado-Tomatillo Salsa
• Vegetarian Pozole