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Upcoming German Cooking Courses
There is no one way to define German cooking. Each region in Germany has its own specialties and variations. The southern region of Germany share many specialties that reach over to Austria and Switzerland. In the southwest, cooking is greatly influenced by French cooking. Cooking in the eastern region has more of an Eastern European flavor. There are also foods that are shared by all regions, but prepared differently. Sauerkraut is a good example. Each region has its own technique and recipe for preparing and cooking this dish. Join Chef Kim McLendon, while we take a trip to Germany to discover and create new dishes. German cooking is often thought of as being very hearty with an emphasis on meat and potatoes. This is explained partly by Germany's relatively northern location. During the cold winter periods, Germans had to consume higher calorie and nutritious foods to sustain their health. Resulting dishes, for example, included hearty potato creations (Germany belongs to the top potato consuming countries), as well as Sauerkraut, which provides a good amount of Vitamin C. All culinary courses include a $20 per session/per participant materials fee. All recipes created will be distributed at the completion of each course and take home samples will be plentiful. Please, bring containers. All participants (unless noted) must be 18 years of age or older.
|Joseph A. Paglianite Culinary Arts Institute||04/06/2019||04/13/2019||Saturdays|
9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.