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Happy Soup Month, fellow foodies! Even though the weather in Denver has been warm and sunny, don’t mean you can’t enjoy a nice, big bowl of soup to celebrate. What’s your favorite flavor of soup – which one will you make to honor this month? #yummy

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Milan is one of the epicenters of the fashion industry, the hub of Italian banking and industry, and also home to some amazing classic Italian dishes. This is the land of butter, cream, risotto and veal.  No tomato sauce based dishes or meatballs here. The foods of Milan and Lombardia have more in common with France to which they share a kinship of culture and history.

Come join us as we celebrate the rich and delicious dishes of Milan. On this evening you will learn how to make:

Spinach malfatti in gorgonzola sauce – spinach ricotta dumplings with creamy blue cheese sauce

Osso bucco a la Milanese – Veal shank slow braised and served with saffron risotto

Meringhe e crema di cioccolato – Floating islands in milk chocolate cream

Though Lombardia is not known for their wine production, they are conveniently neighbors to two of the best wine regions of Italy: Piedmont and the Veneto.

Our sommelier has selected some wines to pair perfectly with this memorable northern Italian menu. Register now – December 22nd from 6-9pm. $240 per couple.

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Sparkle In Our Kitchen.

Treat yourself to a delicious New Years Eve Celebration – Couples Cooking Class at The Kitchen Table! Kick back, relax – and ring in the new year with your special someone around our table this year. Get cooking amidst friends, fine wines, and your fellow foodies while you prepare the dinner of your dreams this New Years Eve. Delve into a delicious 2012. All that glitters in our kitchen will be as good as gold this New Years.

Ring In Delicious.

Winter in Madrid

December 21, 6-9pm $95

Italian Regional – Rome

December 27, 6-9pm $95

 

Italian Regional – Piedmont

December 23, 6-9pm $95

Wine Tasting: Holiday Bubbles

December 28, 6-8pm $65

 

Regions of France – Burgundy
December 26, 6-9pm $95

Couples Class – NYE Dinner

December 31, 8pm $300 for 2

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As seen this morning on TV – Executive Chef Andy Floyd whips up some stuffed mushrooms for the Holidays! Yum.

Stuffed Mushrooms

Ingredients:

1/4 cup Italian-style dried bread crumbs

1/4 cup Pecorino Romano cheese

1 garlic clove

1 Tbsp. Italian parsley

1 Tbsp. Sage

1/4 cup Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

10 Large White Mushrooms

Method:

1.    Preheat the oven to 400 ̊

2.    Stir the bread crumbs, Pecorino Romano, garlic, parsley, sage, salt and
pepper, to taste, and 2 Tbsp. olive oil in a medium bowl to blend.

3.    Drizzle a heavy large baking sheet with olive oil, to coat

4.    Spoon the filling into the mushroom cavities and arrange on the baking
sheet, cavity side up

5.    Drizzle remaining oil over the filling in each mushroom. Bake until the
mushrooms are tender and the filling is heated through and golden on top,
about 25 minutes

6.    Serve warm or room temperature

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There is nothing in the world like American Regional Cuisine.  The US is a melting pot of ethnic cultures, and we have embraced these multi-cultural cuisines, infused them with distinct local ingredients, to create our own unique regional cuisine. Are you ready for the next stop on our Food Tour USA?

The next stop on our Food Tour USA is the Mid-Atlantic region.  With its milder climate, river valleys with rich soil, and that amazing coastline, the Mid-Atlantic sets the perfect environment for producing delicious cuisine.

The Mid-Atlantic starts in the north with New York and travels south all the way to West Virginia.  Thrown in there is Maryland, the largest producer of crabs and oysters!! Pennsylvania is also part of the Mid-Atlantic and is the nation’s top producer of chocolate, pretzels, milk, fruit, mushrooms, and also has the oldest operating farmer’s market in the United States.  Who knew?

In just three-hours, you’ll create this amazing menu of:

Maryland’s Spicy Crab Soup with Crab Puffs
New York’s Roasted Long Island Duck with Garlic and Honey
Virginia’s Roasted Root Vegetables
Pennsylvania’s Hershey’s Chocolate Nut Apple Strudel

Don’t delay – register today! The Mid-Atlantic is Fantastic: December 8, 11am-2pm $95.

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Spread Good Cheer.

While we’re having dreams of sugar plums and snow angels, spread good cheer by rejoicing in the magic of good, home cooking for the Holidays. Gift cards to The Kitchen Table are the perfect gift for any palate this year. Tis’ the seaon for one-stop shopping. Order now by calling us at 303.220.9769 – or, come in and see our sweet faces to pick up your gifts.

Feeling like having some fun, too? Take a class with us this Holiday season! Beat the cold and warm up in our kitchen learning to create homemade Holiday goodness. From baking your gifts to whipping up savory delights around the table, we have cooking classes that are fresh and flavorful – and will help you spread good cheer this Holiday season. We’re ho, ho, homemade at The Kitchen Table!

Homemade Starts Here.

Sauces 101

December 6, 6-9pm $80

Italian Regional – Naples

December 14, 11am-2pm $80

Healthy Christmas Sides

December 16, 11am-2pm $80

 

Food Tour USA: Mid-Atlantic
December 8, 11am-2pm $95

Holiday Cookies

December 13, 11am-2pm $80

Candies for the Holidays

December 18, 11am-2pm $80

 

Roasting

December 10, 11am-2pm $80

Effortless Hors d’Oeuvres

December 15, 11am-2pm $80

Winter in Madrid

December 21, 6-9pm $95

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World icons Benjamin Franklin, Plato, Gandhi, and Paul McCartney all have been advocates of the remarkable health benefits of a vegetarian diet. There are various types of vegetarians – over 6 at last count.  It is not which type you are, only that you benefit from the diet.  Additionally, a vegetarian diet does not have to be difficult, boring, or limited.  Most cuisines from around the world include amazing vegetarian dishes.

Our Chefs have created a series of classes which will introduce you to the delicious, easy to create, regional cuisine from countries all over the world that are totally vegetarian.

Campania, Italy,  is rich in culture, especially when it comes to its cuisine.  Naples, it’s capital, is the gateway to Campania.  Here is where the idea of pizza was conceived, as well as it’s pasta (spaghetti being the best known), and the use of tomatoes.

However, today, we will be focusing on creating unique dishes that highlight the bounty harvested from the rich fertile volcanic soil surrounding the Bay of Naples under Mount Vesuvius’ watchful eye.

“Russian” Salad (Italian Vegetable Salad)
Wild Mushroom Manicotti Crepe Gratinee with Fine Herbs
Struffoli (honey Drenched Fritters)

Enjoy the wines we have selected to compliment these delicious dishes.

Come, learn an exciting healthy alternative to MEAT.

Register today for Meatless Monday – Naples Monday, December 12, 6-9pm $80!

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