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Class: WWJD (What Would Julia Do?)

Culinary Center of Kansas City
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Sat. 4/14/18 6:30-9:00
Limited Hands On | Dinner
Instructor: Sandy DiGiovanni

Julia Child brought the art of French cooking to the United States, and many of us grew up watching her on some of the first cooking classes held on television!

If French cooking seems unapproachable to you, take a second look. It’s really not. And with seasoned culinary instructor Chef Sandy DiGiovanni leading tonight’s class, there’s no need to be intimidated by all the fancy French terms and cooking methods.

At the heart of French cooking is a deep appreciation for the food and the methods of preparation. It’s all about mastering one technique at a time. Tonight, you’ll have the time and professional help to do just that. Yes, you’ll even get a little hands-on cooking time when you work next to this engaging chef as you learn the art of French cooking, and perfect some basic French cooking techniques by helping her prep and create a few of our fabulous dishes.

Chef Sandy will take you through things step-by-step and teach them in a simplified, no-fuss way. She’s an excellent instructor with a fun and relaxed teaching style that you’ll love. Folks, you’ll find that French cooking is actually do-able. We’ll channel Julia through fabulous menus featuring versions of some of her favorite dishes such as: Brie en Croute with Olive & Fig Tapenade, Fresh Spring Pea Soup with Mint, Steak au Poive with Pomme Frites, Julia’s Creamed Spinach, and a fabulously French Apple Tarte Tatin.

By the end of the evening, you’ll be a regular “Ratatouille!” Julia would be so proud! (So, will you!)