Crepes Around the World

Crepes Around the World

Crepes originated in Brittany, a region in Northwest France, they can be found in many countries, prepared both sweet and savory. In this class we’ll explore their many variations and learn how easy it is to make a meal or dessert with fresh or leftover ingredients for a quick meal or a fancy dessert! Dear Kitchen Sink Stories Friends, We are taking a short break, but we’ll be right back! Due to some unforeseen physical reorganization happening at the Hanks House location, we are temporarily unable to use...

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Tailgating for Foodies

Tailgating for Foodies

Whether it’s a football game or the opera – this class will get your creative juices flowing. We’re steering clear of the same old hamburgers and hotdogs, and instead we’ll focus on easy to pack rustic French and Italian classics to savory grilling on game day. You’ll leave with menus and recipes for an elegant affair or a casual crowd pleasing feast. Also covered, your tailgate checklist – everything from ice to chairs to make your next tailgate affair easy. Dear Kitchen Sink Stories Friends, We are...

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Eastern Mediterranean Cooking

Eastern Mediterranean Cooking

Eggplant, artichokes, squash, tomatoes, legumes, onions, mushrooms, okra, cucumbers, and a variety of greens are served fresh, baked, roasted, sautéed, grilled and puréed. Prepared in a way that is fresh and mild, the food is often served room temperature and so, it can be shared easily, especially in the form of small dishes known as mezze. This class focuses on the vibrant cuisines of Turkey, Croatia, Albania, Lebanon, and Greece, whose coasts abut the Mediterranean. Dear Kitchen Sink Stories Friends, We are...

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Essentials of Greek Cooking

Essentials of Greek Cooking

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