In the cooler winter months and with a new year upon us, kitchen cravings often lead us to hearty comfort foods. With Weeknight Meals: Comfort Foods you will learn to prepare seasonal comfort meals that you can add to your weeknight-cooking repertoire.
When you get home from work in the winter and it’s already dark out, you want nothing more than to eat something hearty and delicious and curl up on the couch with a glass of wine. This class will teach you some comforting, big-flavor meals that don’t take all day to prepare.
In Weeknight Meals: Comfort Foods, we will prepare dishes such as:
-Arepas stuffed with Chorizo and Queso Fresca, Chipotle Ketchup
-Moroccan-style Shepard’s Pie with Lamb and a Spiced Potato crust
-Warm Bread Salad with Chicken, Winter Greens, Pickled Cherries
-Crispy Root Vegetable Pancakes with Poached Eggs and Herbed Yogurt
-Butterscotch Rice Pudding with Cranberries and Almonds
Feel free to bring wine or beer to enjoy at the class.
About The Field Kitchen:
The Field Kitchen is a popup cooking school that offers classes in kitchens and out on farms in the San Francisco Bay Area.
About the Instructors:
Frances Wilson is a seasoned food professional who taught the professional culinary program at the renowned Tante Maries Cooking School in San Francisco for more than ten years and now teaches at the Silverado Cooking School in Napa. Prior to that, she was the chef at Lalimes restaurant in Berkeley.
Jen Knapp taught recreational classes and led private culinary events at Tante Maries Cooking School for 15 years, in addition to working as a private chef and caterer throughout the Bay Area. She is also certified as a Master Taster with ChefsBest, where she does sensory evaluation of consumer food and beverage products.
Frances and Jen enjoy sharing their enthusiasm and knowledge about food and cooking with others.
A full refund will be issued if we are notified 5 or more days prior to a class.