Fish 101
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
6:00pm - 9:00pm

$80.00 per person, plus tax

Fresh FishFISH is one of the world's best food sources. A great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals. FISH are low in fat, calories, sodium, cholesterol, and carbs.

This is a technique based class where we will explore a variety of basic yet unique ways to prepare FISH.

Learn how to select/determine the freshness of FISH, how to store FISH, how to prepare FISH for cooking, the different cooking processes/techniques, acceptable recipe adaptions or substitutes, and how to avoid that "fish smell" in our kitchens.

In this class you will learn how to cook the following menu which will cover the foundations of fish cookery:

Pan Seared Sea Scallops in Herbed Butter Sauce
Roasted Halibut and Vegetables en Papillote
Grilled Salmon with Pesto and Balsamic Reduction

Once you take this basic technique class, you will be able fearlessly grill, steam, sear or sauté FISH.

To redeem a GIFT CARD, please call (303-220-9769) to register.
 
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