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    Make Your Own Chocolate-Dipped Treats

    Calling all chocoholics! It’s time to celebrate the world’s favorite sweet treat! During this chocolatiering experience, you’ll cover delicious snacks, including dried fruit and pretzels, in tempered chocolate. You’ll use only the finest quality of ingredients to create gourmet chocolate-covered goodies. You’ll get to personalize your treats every step of the way, from choosing your favorite kind of base chocolate to selecting delicious ingredients and flavors to boot! At the end of the session, you’ll get to decorate and beautifully package your chocolates to give away as delicious gifts… or to keep and devour (your sweet tooth will thank you)!
    Make Your Own Chocolate-Dipped Treats

    221 W 79th St, New York

    • Make a variety of chocolate-dipped treats, including chocolate-covered dried fruits and pretzels
    • Work with fine tempered chocolate, gourmet ingredients and topping, and professional tools
    • Customize your creation each step of the way, including decoration and packaging
    • Indulge in the world’s most celebrated treat during a chocolatiering experience
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    11 positive reviews
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    The South American Steakhouse

    From the churrascarias of Brazil to the open-air fires of the Argentine Pampa, South America has a rich grilling tradition that makes use of quality raw ingredients, since the meat is usually simply marinated in oil before grilling. It is then served with sauces or a drizzle of lemon juice. Other meat preparations include sausages and empanadas. Fish and seafood begin many a meal, in the guise of ceviche or escabeche. In this class, you will make some of the representative dishes of the South American steakhouse, particularly Brazilian and Argentine preparations such as: Ceviche Mixto (seafood ceviche, served over lettuce and tortilla chips); Empanadas de Carne (beef turnovers); Linguiça con Arroz Brasileiro (grilled pork sausage with Brazilian rice); Churrasco con Chimichurri (grilled steak served with chimichurri sauce); Milanesas (breaded beef cutlets drizzled with lemon juice); Couve Estufado con Ajo (braised kale with garlic); Yuca Frita (fried yuca); Alfajores (dulce de leche sandwich cookies); and Caipirinhas.
    The South American Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to cook traditional meat dishes from South America
    • Prepare and dine on empanadas, sausages, steak, and ceviche, among other mouthwatering items
    • Wow your friends with expertly-crafted dishes at your next dinner party
    • Step up your cooking game and gain some valuable new skills
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    77 positive reviews

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