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A cooking class is a unique way to celebrate a birthday with friends, team-build with colleagues, bond with your family or just have a fun night out with people you enjoy! Ages 10+ are welcome – that includes kids’ birthday parties! Select a cooking class topic from the current Two Aprons upcoming or past class offerings or we can develop a class to suit your taste (literally). Private classes can be held in the Two Aprons kitchen in Lexington, in your own home or at another location. See below for some ideas of what I offer:
Italian Home-Made Pasta: Lemon Basil Spritzers, Gnocchi with Brown Butter Sage Sauce OR Spinach and Cheese Ravioli, Roasted Broccoli with Gremolata, Tiramisu
Mexican Fiesta: Cilantro Lime Spritzers, Pico de Gallo, Guacamole, Mexican Tomato Rice, Chicken Enchiladas with Mole Sauce OR Fish Tacos with Tomato Avocado Salsa
Middle Eastern Mezze: Baba Ghanouj, Hummus, Pita Bread (yes, we’ll make our own!), Dolma (stuffed grape leaves, either lamb or vegetarian), Revani (semolina cake soaked in chamomile syrup)
Spanish Tapas Party: Tortilla de Patatas (potato and onion omelette), Spicy Garlic Shrimp, Chorizo Braised in Red Wine, and Pan Con Tomato (tomato bread), plus samplings of Manchego cheese, jamon serrano and Marcona almonds
Spring Flavors (example of a seasonal menu): Mixed Greens with Preserved Lemon & Ginger, Roast Chicken with Whole Lemon, Asparagus with Pancetta and Leeks, Lemon Posset
Note: Most menus can be made vegetarian, gluten-free or vegan.
Cupcake Baking and Decorating: Bake vanilla or chocolate cupcakes, make buttercream frosting, then frost and decorate 4 cupcakes per person, which will be packaged to bring home.
Cookies and Cake: Pick a cookie recipe (snickerdoodles or chocolate chip cookies) and a loaf cake recipe (lemon poppyseed, blueberry, banana or chocolate chip). After baking, cookies and cake will be packaged to bring home.
Pizza and Cupcakes: Make your own individual pizza, get creative the toppings. While pizza bakes, decorate cupcakes which will be packaged to bring home. Pizza is eaten once it’s nice and ready!
Note: These are basic menus for kids typically age 10-13, but can do more involved cooking/baking for older kids.
Contact Katie for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org