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    Steakhouse (BYOB)

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    No one creates a culinary work-of-art like a Steakhouse, but perfecting these recipes at home comes down to technique. With easy to digest tips, we will break down the different cut options, how to find the best cut on a budget and discover the secret of a perfect sear. With easy recipes to compliment our mouth-watering 8-ounce steaks, we will make a red wine reduction as we pair it with a traditional bleu cheese wedge salad and truffle mashed potatoes. And don't forget to bring your fave bottle of red vino or other drink of choice. Hungry yet? Come and indulge with us!
    Steakhouse (BYOB)

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Learn to cook mouthwatering steaks to perfection just like in a professional steakhouse
    • Improve your cooking skill set in a professional kitchen with hands-on practice in a group setting
    • Enhance the social quality of the experience by bringing your own adult drinks
    • Enjoy a meal prepared from fresh ingredients and cooked to perfection
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    87 positive reviews
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    Signature Dishes from Classic American Steakhouses

    (150)
    Famous for dishes that are instantly recognizable as theirs. From sides to the meat itself to decadent desserts, these signature dishes are why we visit those steakhouses above all others. In this class, take a whirlwind tour of some favorites, going from New York to Los Angeles in just a few hours as you prepare: chopped salad with hearts of palm, artichoke hearts, and blue cheese (Morton's, Chicago); skirt steak with red wine mojo and orange salsa (Chef Allen Susser, Chef Allen's, Aventura, Florida); German-style hash brown potatoes (Peter Luger, Brooklyn); mushrooms and onions (Morton's, Chicago); mini cheesecakes with raspberry compote; and classic martini.
    Signature Dishes from Classic American Steakhouses

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn the secrets behind some of the most recognizable famous steakhouse dishes at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Prepare and create these delicious meals
    • Embrace the meaty world of a steak dinner and its decadent sides and desserts
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    148 positive reviews
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    The Tuscan Steakhouse

    (150)
    Bold, natural flavors dominate the steak tradition of Italy. You'll make a menu of: sausage stuffed mushrooms; bistecca alla fiorentina; stewed cannellini beans with tomato; sautéed rainbow chard with pine nuts and raisins; and tiramisu for dessert.
    The Tuscan Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to prepare a classic delicious steak at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Impress your friends with expert cooking methods
    • Practice preparing exquisite meals
    • Step up your cooking game and gain some valuable new skills
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    148 positive reviews
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    All About Technique: Grilling

    (150)
    Grilling is one of the best ways to cook food simply while obtaining a maximum amount of flavor. You can grill on the stovetop, in your backyard, or over charcoal or gas. In this class, you will learn how to modify your grilling technique depending on the medium used. You will also discuss how dry rubs and sauces are used on the grill, then put those lessons to use as you make: New York strip steaks; shrimp skewers; grilled portobello mushrooms; grilled assorted vegetables; and grilled pineapple.
    All About Technique: Grilling

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn all of the best grilling techniques from the experts at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Get useful tips on all different forms of grilling, from charcoal to gas
    • Grill t-bone steaks, shrimp skewers, chicken sate, portobello mushrooms, assorted vegetables, and caramelized pineapple
    • Take your summer BBQs to the next level with your new grill-master skills
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    148 positive reviews
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    Couples Cooking: Bourbon Steakhouse

    (150)
    Steak is always a satisfying dinner, but it gets more of a boost when paired with bourbon. Come to ICE with your significant other for a night of steakhouse cuisine, where you will savor classic flavors updated with bourbon notes. You will prepare and enjoy: clams casino; wedge salad with crispy bacon, blue cheese and bourbon vinaigrette; New York strip steak au poivre with bourbon cream sauce; haricots verts (French green beans); truffled mashed potatoes; bourbon bread pudding; and to drink, boulevardiers and bourbon sours.
    Couples Cooking: Bourbon Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to make a variety of bourbon-laced steakhouse staples at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Practice cooking techniques and see how bourbon can add a kick to your dinner
    • Sink your teeth into fresh, mouthwatering dishes
    • Step up your bourbon game and try something new
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    148 positive reviews
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    The South American Steakhouse

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    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 at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • 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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    148 positive reviews

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