Regions of France: Bordeaux
Thursday, March 14, 2013 | 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Price: $95.00 per person, plus tax
Bordeaux is the epicenter of fine wine production. The British, whose extreme fondness for "claret" created a global demand for the Cabernets produced here, were instrumental in creating this legacy. Surprisingly, the cuisine from this area is not as famous. However, the surrounding areas to the north and south of Bordeaux are home to some of the best cattle, ducks, geese, walnuts, truffles and oysters in the world. Consequently, it is ever so easy to create a luxurious menu from the vast resources of its neighbors!
Our chef has selected some classic French dishes that showcase Bordeaux at its best.
You will learn how to prepare:
Sautéed Mushrooms with Cognac Cream Sauce in Puff Pastry Vol au Vent
Beef Entrecôte (Rib Eye) with Bordelaise Sauce and Sarladaise Potatoes
Tarte au Chocolat - Chocolate Tart with a Sugar Crust
Included in the price of the class is a superb selection of Bordeaux wines paired to go with each course.
To redeem a GIFT CARD you must call the store (303-220-9769) to register.
Cancellation Policy: Please Read
NOTE: No refunds, transfers, gift cards or credits will be issued for cancellations within seven calendar days of the class date. We cannot provide refunds, transfers, or makeup sessions for classes missed because of illness, job loss, personal emergencies or events beyond our control.
When you register for a class, you reserve a slot that determines how much food we buy, how many work stations we set up and the total number of students, which determines whether the class will be held.
If Kitchen Table cancels a class due to low enrollment, your payment will be refunded in full.
To cancel, you must notify us by phone at least seven (7) calendar days before the class is held. You can send another person in your place or transfer to another class (based upon availability). Or we will issue a KTCS gift card redeemable for another class. This option is available only if you cancel more than seven days before the scheduled class date.