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OMG. Hosea Rosenberg Top Chef Winner is teaching a class here! Register now while there are still spaces available.

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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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Happy Thanksgiving From Our Table To Yours.

Is your turkey defrosting? Your pie in the oven? Grocery shopping done? We know you. You’ve come to The Kitchen Table. You’ve taken our classes. And now, you’re ready for Turkey Day. We know you’re going to put your best plate forward tomorrow. We know you can do it with comfort and ease – (with maybe a glass of wine in-hand) and a whole lot of fun.

As a delicious little teaser for your Thanksgiving feast, we’re sharing our favorite Cranberry Sauce recipe with you, just in case you wanted to get a little jiggly with it… starting now.

We’re so thankful for all of our wonderful customers this year. We’ll be thinking about all of you as we enjoy our Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Bon appetit!

Ginger & Spice Cranberry Sauce

Makes about 2 cups


4 cups (or 1, 12 oz. package) fresh cranberries

1 Tablespoon grated ginger

1 Tablespoon lime zest

1 pinch cinnamon

1 pinch nutmeg or allspice (or both)

1 cup sugar

1 cup water


1. Wash and drain cranberries.

2. Bring the water to a boil and add sugar to dissolve.

3. Add cranberries, ginger, lime zest and spices and simmer for about 10 minutes or until cranberries burst.

4. Cover, reduce heat to low and continue to cook until the sauce thickens – about 30 more minutes.

5. Remove from heat once the sauce has reached desired texture. Let cool, and refrigerate until serving.

6. Serve cold or at room temperature.

And, For Dessert:

Holiday Cookies Sunday, November 27, 11am-2pm $80

Sweet & Sticky – Candies for the Holidays Saturday, December 3, 11am-2pm $80

International Pastries – Italy’s Rich Traditions Tuesday, December 6, 11am-2pm $8

Wine Tasting – Holiday Bubbles Wednesday, December 21, 6-8pm $65

New Years Eve Celebration Dinner Saturday, December 31, 8-12pm $150

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It’s Customer Appreciation Week around The Kitchen Table. We love you guys so much we’re offering 15% on any cooking class – this week only! Check out our class calendar, pick out your classes, and give us a call with the classes you want to take. Hurry, space is filling fast in the kitchen. 303.2250.9769. Offer ends at 6pm MST 10/21/11.

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Tapas for Two 

Register now! There are still spaces available for The Kitchen Table’s newest couples cooking class – Tapas for Two!

Treat yourself by transporting your taste buds to Spain with your sweetie. Learn to prepare a delicious tapas display starting with calamari, lamb meatballs, cucumber salad, and finishing with decadent Spanish-style crème brulée – all paired with wine.

There’s no better way to experience the culture and charm of Spain than in our kitchen, cooking with your loved one. Register today while space is still available!

Fun. Delicious. Romantic.

Tapas for Two – New Couples Cooking Class Thursday, October 13, 6-9pm, $240

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Feast your eyes (and your palate) on the finest flavors of Fall. We’ve rounded up our most flavorful classes – just for you.

When the weather starts to wane and crisp air begins to waft, the senses start to yearn for more comforting foods and cozier classics. Curl up in our kitchen and learn to create delicious dishes to suit the season. From simple soups and creamy sauces to rustic breakfast breads, indulge in the festive flavors you’ve missed over the summer.

Harvest good health and happiness in the kitchen by learning to create hearty, handcrafted dishes at The Kitchen Table.

Soups & Stocks $80: Monday, September 19th, 11am – 2pm or Tuesday, September 20th, 6 – 9pm

Sweet Breakfast Breads & Treats $80: Tuesday, September 27th, 11am – 2pm or Wednesday, September 28th, 6 – 9pm

Sauces 101 $80: Monday, October 3rd, 11am – 2pm or Tuesday, October 4th, 6 – 9pm

Delicious Artisan Breads $80: Tuesday, October 4th, 11am – 2pm or  Wednesday, October 5th, 6 – 9pm

Secrets of Soup Series – Pumpkins $80: Wednesday, October 19th, 11am – 2pm or Thursday, October 20th, 6 – 9pm

The Whole Pumpkin & Nothing But The Pumpkin $80: Tuesday, October 25th, 11am – 2pm or Wednesday, October 26th, 6 – 9pm

Secrets of Soup Series – Legumes $80: Wednesday, November 16th , 11am – 2pm or Thursday, November 17th, 6 – 9pm

‘Fall’ in love with your food again- gather ’round The Kitchen Table for our finest cooking classes of the season.

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What do you get when you combine 11 excited bakers with 2 chef instructors, a whole lot’a crust – and a bunch of fruit? Pie! Perfect pie, that is. Students joined us yesterday morning to learn to create flaky crust and fruity fillings in our Perfect Pie class. They each took home three mini-sized pies they prepared during class. These ladies pictured above look happy, huh? You can, too: register or our next Perfect Pie class on August 31st from 6-8:30pm.



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Blog meet Napoleon; Napoleon meet blog. It’s like heaven in a mug. Sweetened cream in a latte topped with a drizzle of dark chocolate. It is absolute happiness.

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We have a new pastry chef in the house! Let’s welcome Kelly to The Kitchen Table and Espressole. Kelly started this week and took over baking all of the delicious treats we serve in the caffe. Today (let’s just add this was the highlight of the day) I tried one of Kelly’s Pignoli Cookies. Best. Cookie. Ever. It’s sweet and light, has a little crunch rom the pine nuts, and melts in your mouth the second after taking a bite. Yum is all I Have to say. And, I could have eaten a dozen if no one was watching. So, in honor of Kelly’s first week with us, and he amazing baking abilities, I suggest you stop by and taste some of her freshly baked goodies. I might just add before departing that her brownies looked to die for

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The Kitchen Table is proud to present our Wine Foundation Classes with Executive Chef and General Manager Andy Floyd. Life is just too short to drink something you don’t love. Take a class, learn about wine from specific regions, and start your adventure toward developing a thirst for wine you enjoy. Learn to select the finest tasting spirits that perfectly complement your every meal. These 2 hour classes cover all the basics: sensory aspects, such as taste and smell;  label reading;  what makes wines unique;  soils, regions, and what parts of the tongue are affected by tannins. Reap the fruits from the vine, and sign up today for some upcoming wine tastings. Check out what’s coming up next!

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