Put the wow factor in dinner parties with family and friends with this delicious hands-on class by Chef Shelby Minnick from Honest To Goodness. Learn the key differences between various types of gnocchi including potato, squash, flour, and polenta with spinach-ricotta. Work through trouble-shooting common challenges with classic gnocchi techniques and end up with very delicious flavors and textures that you’ll be addicted to. Vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Instructor: Shelby Minnick ~ Honest to Goodness Personal Chef
After graduating from the Art Institute of Seattle’s culinary program, I am energized and enthusiastic about Seattle food offerings and opportunities! A Montana girl hailing from a long line of good cooks, I bring my passion for creating good food to your table. Combining modern and traditional methods, I can prepare a wide variety of cuisines to your exact preferences. Allow me to take care of the kitchen work so that you can enjoy your free time and delicious home-cooked meals. The important and unique relationship we all have with food should be savored and stress-free! honesttogoodness.com
Registration is required in advance for culinary programs. All proceeds benefit educational programming at 21 Acres and initiatives related to accelerating social change toward more sustainable ways of growing, eating and living that protect the environment while supporting a better quality of life.
The more the merrier! Our culinary classes are twice as much fun when they’re full. 21 Acres reserves the right to cancel any class that fails to meet the minimum enrollment numbers required for teacher participation. 21 Acres may also cancel classes due to chef illness or inclement weather. If 21 Acres cancels a class, students will be notified and a full refund will be mailed or a credit issued on the credit card used. Learn more about 21 Acres’ cancellation and refund policy.
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