Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘recipes’

Whisk Yourself Away.

New Years Resolutions… Ahh. The simple joy of making a list, working hard, and sticking to all of your goals for the new year. Was one of your resolutions to become a batter baker (ha, ha!) in 2012? Well, one of our goals this year is to teach YOU to become a better baker! From crafting tarts, pies and artisan breads to tempering chocolate we have a baking class that will allow you to deepen your baking skills so you can rise to the top of your kitchen.

Baking & Beyond.

Sweet Breakfast Treats Tuesday, January 17, 11am-2pm $80

Croissants, Puff Pasties & Laminated Doughs Tuesday, January 24, 11am-2pm $80

Flour to Flower: Cake Baking & Decorating Tuesday, January 31, 11am-2pm $80

Perfect Pie 101 Wednesday, February 8, 6-9pm $80

In Good Temper – A Chocoholics Dream Come True Saturday, February 11, 11am-2pm $80

Baking with Altitude Wednesday, February 15, 6-9pm $80

Artisan Breads II Tuesday, February 21, 11am-2pm $80

Artisan Breads I Wednesday, March 14, 6-9pm $80

European-Style Tarts Tuesday, March 20, 11am-2pm $80

All prices are before tax.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

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

Read Full Post »

Get A Fresh Start In Our Kitchen.

From all of us at The Kitchen Table, we wish you a safe, happy, and healthy 2012!

We also wish you a delicious new year, too! And, we have the perfect way to start your year off on the right plate – take a fresh, new cooking class with us!

We’re starting 2012 with a fresh start and want you to join us for some tasty (and healthy) cooking classes. From our new Local Food Hero Series featuring celebrity chefs from the Denver Area to our nutritionally packed Natural Food Series and Meatless Monday classes, we’ve got some delicious and healthy tricks up our chef coats this year. Here’s to a fresh new year in our kitchen!

Delve Into 2012.

Meatless Monday: The Vegan Way Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, January 16, 6-9pm $80

Healthy In A Hurry Friday, January 20, 11am-2pm $80

Souped Up Winter Soups Friday, January 27, 11am-2pm $80

The Two Frees – Gluten Free & Meat Free Monday Monday, January 30, 6-9pm $80

Local Food Hero: Homemade Sausage Making with Chef Mark DeNittis of Il Mondo Vecchio Saturday, February 4, 11am-2pm $110

Local Food Hero: Cooking with Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg Thursday, February 16, 6-9pm – Early Registration Discount $180 until 1/13/12 – Must call 303.220.9769 to sign-up with offer!

Read Full Post »

Delicious cookies, brownies and other tasty treats make great gifts to give for the holidays.

Teachers especially love trays loaded with goodies to take home for the holidays or to share with the children in the classroom. Even Santa needs something special to help him on his way!

Our Chefs are filled with the holiday spirit and are looking forward to sharing some of their magic for making these incredible goodies! Register your child today – December 17th from 11am-2pm.

Read Full Post »

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

Read Full Post »

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.

Read Full Post »

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

Ingredients:

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

Method:

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

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »