Events

2018

  • KNIFE SKILLS: CHOP LIKE A PRO (SOLD OUT)

    March 2, 2018 6:00 PM

    Our Knife Skills class has become so popular so we are offering more of them. If you take one cooking class this year, it should be this one! In this class, everyone will have their own station and their own set of sharp knives. We’ll teach you how to sharpen and maintain your knives at home. You’ll learn how to better handle a chefs knife, a pairing knife and a boning knife. We’ll butcher whole fish and poultry and learn to make stock from scratch. We’re going to cover countless different cuts, you’re knife skills will improve 10 times in this four hour class. You’ll work with a wide variety of seasonal ingredients and we’ll prepare an amazing multi-course dinner with all of our practice cuts. This class is for all levels and a must attend for anyone who likes to cook.

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  • EATALY (SOLD OUT)

    March 9, 2018 6:00 PM

    This Eataly menu has some of my favorite dishes to make. Everyone loves Italian cooking and with our amazing early spring ingredients in the Bay Area, these dishes are all big hits. It doesn’t get better then Zuckerman Farms jumbo asparagus with crunchy breadcrumbs, a farm egg and shaved Parmesan Then we’ll learn how to clean and grill local Monterey Bay squid to perfection with creamy fresh Butter beans and my favorite Sicilian olives. “Shorties” for the main course, perfectly braised beef short ribs with Sardinian pasta and hopefully our season’s first strawberries with a rich, light olive oil cake for dessert. Delizioso!

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  • EATALY (SOLD OUT)

    March 16, 2018 6:00 PM

    This Eataly menu has some of my favorite dishes to make. Everyone loves Italian cooking and with our amazing early spring ingredients in the Bay Area, these dishes are all big hits. It doesn’t get better then Zuckerman Farms jumbo asparagus with crunchy breadcrumbs, a farm egg and shaved Parmesan Then we’ll learn how to clean and grill local Monterey Bay squid to perfection with creamy fresh Butter beans and my favorite Sicilian olives. “Shorties” for the main course, perfectly braised beef short ribs with Sardinian pasta and hopefully our season’s first strawberries with a rich, light olive oil cake for dessert. Delizioso!

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  • CALIFORNIA CUISINE

    March 23, 2018 6:00 PM

    This is really the perfect menu, it’s exactly what I’d cook at home on my night off if I was actually going to cook a four course menu at home. Wait, does anyone actually do that? Thankfully my wife and kids would be happy with any one of these. Mushrooms and asparagus are two of our favorite ingredients. There’s literally a million ways to prepare them and these are all absolutely delicious without being to time consuming. We have some bacon in there because it seems like everyone is obsessed these days but it’s easily omitted for any guest who doesn’t eat bacon. But let’s face it, bacon is delicious… We’ll show you a fabulous way to roast chicken to ensure it’s cooked to perfection, every time. The lemon sabayon for dessert is called a curd since it’s “California Cuisine”, even though it doesn’t sound as fancy. Whatever you want to call it, it’s awesome.

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  • CALIFORNIA CUISINE

    March 30, 2018 6:00 PM

    This is really the perfect menu, it’s exactly what I’d cook at home on my night off if I was actually going to cook a four course menu at home. Wait, does anyone actually do that? Thankfully my wife and kids would be happy with any one of these. And so will your family and friends. Mushrooms and asparagus are two of our favorite ingredients. There’s literally a million ways to prepare them and these are all absolutely delicious without being to time consuming. We have some bacon in there because it seems like everyone is obsessed these days but it’s easily omitted for any guest who doesn’t eat bacon. But let’s face it, bacon is delicious… We’ll show you a fabulous way to roast chicken to ensure it’s cooked to perfection, every time. The lemon sabayon for dessert is called a curd since it’s “California Cuisine”, even though it doesn’t sound as fancy. Whatever you choose to call it, it’s awesome.

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  • KNIFE SKILLS: CHOP LIKE A PRO

    April 13, 2018 6:00 PM

    Our Knife Skills class has become so popular so we are offering more of them. If you take one cooking class this year, it should be this one! In this class, everyone will have their own station and their own set of sharp knives. We’ll teach you how to sharpen and maintain your knives at home. You’ll learn how to better handle a chefs knife, a pairing knife and a boning knife. We’ll butcher whole fish and poultry and learn to make stock from scratch. We’re going to cover countless different cuts, you’re knife skills will improve 10 times in this four hour class. You’ll work with a wide variety of seasonal ingredients and we’ll prepare an amazing multi-course dinner with all of our practice cuts. This class is for all levels and a must attend for anyone who likes to cook.

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  • ASIAN FLAVORS

    April 20, 2018 6:00 PM

    It’s time to step out of your comfort zone in the kitchen and work with new flavors. Everyone loves going to their local sushi bar or favorite dim sum restaurant but most home kitchens never explore any of these great ingredients in the Asian pantry. It’s hard to choose just four dishes but I think you will love these. Learn to cook pork belly at home (it’s way easier then you think) and make Chinese 5 spice from scratch. Next is a cold noodle dish using shiso instead of basil for the “pesto” sauce. I love the unique and “haunting” flavors of shiso and you will too! Then learn how to make the most incredible satay just like the street food stalls in southeast Asia. And a decadent and completely addictive rice pudding with some twists for dessert.

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  • JORDAN’S KITCHEN DATE NIGHT

    April 27, 2018 6:00 PM

    This is our first Jordan’s Kitchen Date Night class in 2018. In this class we will naturally make four awesome, seasonal springtime dishes that you and your date are going to love cooking and eating together. Fresh young fava beans are the star of this first course spread, perfect on thick slabs of grilled bread with a fava leaf salad. Did you know that fava leaves are edible? They are delicious and perfect for a spring time pesto. Who doesn’t love meatballs? This is a Moroccan version with lamb and a fabulous yogurt dipping sauce that goes perfectly with the spices in the meatballs. This yogurt sauce is extremely versatile, I use it as a salad dressing all winter long…Come enjoy a spring vegetable risotto as well as a light and delicious (while not too sweet) lemon poppyseed cake with strawberries and rhubarb. We think this is the best date night in SF!

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  • JORDAN’S KITCHEN DATE NIGHT

    May 4, 2018 6:00 PM

    This is our first Jordan’s Kitchen Date Night class in 2018. In this class we will naturally make four awesome, seasonal springtime dishes that you and your date are going to love cooking and eating together. Fresh young fava beans are the star of this first course spread, perfect on thick slabs of grilled bread with a fava leaf salad. Did you know that fava leaves are edible? They are delicious and perfect for a spring time pesto. Who doesn’t love meatballs? This is a Moroccan version with lamb and a fabulous yogurt dipping sauce that goes perfectly with the spices in the meatballs. This yogurt sauce is extremely versatile, I use it as a salad dressing all winter long…Come enjoy a spring vegetable risotto as well as a light and delicious (while not too sweet) lemon poppyseed cake with strawberries and rhubarb. We think this is the best date night in SF!

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  • KIDS COOKING CAMP, WEEK 1 (SOLD OUT)

    June 25, 2018 9:00 AM

    We are very proud to announce our week long summer cooking camp for kids ages 8-12. The past years camps were such a success, we are excited for an even better one this year. Camp is Monday through Friday from 9am until 3pm at our SoMa kitchen. The cost is $475 per child and includes all materials and of course a full organic lunch each day. Each morning the junior chefs will spend the first three hours in the kitchen prepping and cooking a different themed meal for the day. Many cuisines will be explored. The afternoon will feature hands-on baking and preparing of the afternoon snack along with a creative food and art related week long project.

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