San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Who doesn't love Mardi Gras? This menu celebrates some of the best of the Big Easy and Fat Tuesday. The class is very hands on, and each guest or couple will take home a recipe packet at the end. We provide a cheese & charcuterie board to snack on while cooking and aprons for guests to wear during class. You can BYO, or purchase bottles of wine and beer at Cookhouse.
~ First Course ~
Crispy Fried Oysters and New Orleans Rémoulade
Salad of Winter Greens with Local Citrus, Sheep’s Milk Cheese, Pickled Red Onions, Cornbread Croutons and Pepper Jelly Vinaigrette
~ Main Course ~
Creole Dusted Pork Tenderloin & Louisiana BBQ Shrimp, Jalapeno Cheese Grits with Andoullie Sausage Broth and Mustard Greens
~ Dessert ~
Buttermilk Beignets & Banana Pudding, Chocolate-Chicory Dipping Sauce
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No, there are no ID requirements, but we request that all guest are at least 18 years old.
What are my parking options close to the event?
There are a number of parking lots close by. Please click this link for more information.
What can I bring wine or beer to the event?
Yes, you can. Cookhouse charges a $10 corkage per bottle of wine or 6-pack of beer.
Can I purchase wine at the class?
You can purchase wine or beer by the bottle through Cookhouse.
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yep, it is! You can give it to a friend to use. Unfortunatley, we don't offer refunds.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, you don't. We have a list of all registered guests.
What is the refund policy?
We don't offer refunds. If you notify us 4 or more days before the class, you can transfer your ticket to another class if there are spaces available. Feel free to give your ticket to a friend or colleague! Tickets are transferable.
How many people are in each class?
Classes have between 12 and 20 attendants.
How hands on are the classes?
Each class is very hands on. The class is laid out in stations based on the items on the menu. The cooking portion is communal – each attendant doesn’t get their own station, but shares the stations with their fellow class members.
Do we eat the food that we make in class?
The class sits down to a family-style dinner at the end of the cooking portion of class. Sometimes we serve the menu plated in courses and sometimes it is buffet style.
Do I have to be a good cook to attend?
Nope! Each class has a broad range of abilities attending. You are welcome to come if you know a lot or a little about cooking.
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The City Kitchen
Welcome to The City Kitchen cooking classes! The City Kitchen is a boutique culinary event company and food blog based in San Francisco. I offer a few classes each month at a beautiful kitchen called Cookhouse in North Beach, and you have a gift certificate to attend. The classes are a way for us to share recipes, knowledge and techniques and to make cooking and entertaining fun.