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    Spanish Surf and Turf

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    While paella may be Spain's most well-known dish, the country has so much more to explore. It’s a culinary dream-spot for trying new flavors and combinations of ingredients. This class will help you discover new favorites, including stuffed piquillo peppers; pan con tomate; and grilled shrimp with Romesco sauce, all served with sangria. After a main course of pork marinated in pomegranate and a watercress salad, you’ll enjoy arroz con leche for dessert. You’ll also drink Rebujitos, the refreshing sherry and sparkling water cocktail popular in Seville.
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    Spanish Surf and Turf

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to make delicious Spanish cuisines 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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    158 positive reviews
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    The Whiskey Steakhouse

    (160)
    Bold whiskey and hearty steakhouse dishes make the perfect couple. You will make a meal that puts whiskey to use, including: ricotta toast with bourbon-bacon jam; New York strip steak with mushroom-whiskey sauce; whiskey glazed carrots; hash browns; and whiskey and chocolate pecan bars, all washed down with a whiskey sour!
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    The Whiskey Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to prepare some of the best whiskey-infused recipes around at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Prepare and dine on bourbon-bacon jam, mushroom whiskey sauce, and whiskey-glazed carrots, among other tasty delights
    • Wow your friends with expertly-crafted whiskey dishes
    • Step up your cooking game and gain some valuable new skills
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    New York in a Day

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    For a newcomer, finding your way around Manhattan can be a bit like pirouetting blindfolded through a minefield: great fun until you trample the wrong person. Solution: treat yourself to a worry-free day of seamless oohs and ahs in Lower Manhattan with this guided tour! Up first, a visit to Wall Street and the NYSE, where you'll learn all about the city's financial toodoos and bespoke suit scene. Then, a more somber visit to the 9/11 Memorial awaits, which should be quite reflective (and not just because it has reflecting pools). After getting your money's worth in the financial district, the next stage of this tour ought to really float your boat. Explore the harbor by water taxi with your guide for a breathtaking look at the city skyline. Sail under the Brooklyn Bridge and alongside Liberty Island. Take time to revel in the sheer majesty of the scene, but try not to go overboard. A subsequent meandering about quaint Greenwich Village will lull you into a state of bliss. Learn about the Village's migrant culture and cuisine. Then, take a lunch break at Chelsea Market to sample some of that grub for yourself! Full on life (and hopefully cannolis), get in a bit of exercise with a walk atop the High Line from 14 to 23rd Street. Built atop a set of (no longer used) railroad tracks, this elevated garden is one of the city's finest examples of urban landscaping. But while the perspective from the High Line is rather lofty, it doesn't quite live "up" to the vantage point of your final destination. Put yourself in an "Empire State of Mind" with a trip to an 86th floor observatory. A pre-reserved ticket will get you past the lines, so you'll be free to take your time ogling the Big Apple as you part ways with your guide. And feel free to oggle mindlessly. It's really hard to trample irritable natives when you're 86 floors above them.
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    New York in a Day

    Lower Manhattan, New York

    • Explore Manhattan during a full-day walking and boat tour with a local guide
    • Visit the New York Stock Exchange, 9/11 Memorial, Greenwich Village, High Line, and Empire State Building
    • Check out the city skyline from afar during an eye-opening harbor cruise
    • Enjoy educational anecdotes and cultural fun facts designed to give the experience context
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    A Taste of Cuba

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    Cuba: Home to salsa, cigars, and mojitos. Explore a little taste of Cuba, without ever leaving NYC. Cuban cuisine fuses Spanish, African, and Caribbean flavors to produce delectable meals, such as a Frita or Batido. This class focuses on learning to cook a collection of Cuban staples, meshing together African spices and Caribbean flare -- your taste buds will likely tingle into a frenzy. Perfecting these dishes in a mere hours, you'll probably have them on your dinner table the next night... it's that good!
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    A Taste of Cuba

    85 MacDougal St, New York

    • Learn how to cook a collection of traditional Cuban dishes
    • Experiment with Cuban flavors, from the Spanish and African roots to the Caribbean style
    • Master basic cooking techniques
    • Experience cooking in a working kitchen
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    Indian Vegetarian Cooking

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    Salt, a little bit of pepper, maybe some butter on a baked potato. Delicious. Have you ever thought about adding paprika, curry, or a dash of cumin? Camaje Cooking demystifies spices in this Indian cooking class. You'll be thrust into a working kitchen as you master the techniques behind cooking traditional Indian dishes, along with familiarizing yourself with what were probably unfamiliar spices. You will also discover how these spices bring out varying flavors, and how to turn an ordinary meal into delicious Indian cuisine. Order up and spice up your culinary expertise.
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    Indian Vegetarian Cooking

    85 MacDougal St, New York

    • Demystify common Indian spices
    • Learn the order of a working kitchen from menu and kitchen prep to actual cooking
    • Discover a variety of Indian dishes on the fly
    • Learn how to cook with certain spices and the flavors they bring out in the food
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    72 positive reviews
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    A Taste of Thai Cooking

    (75)
    Spicy seasonings, able to tease the taste buds and clean the nostrils, radiate through the air in Thailand. Southeast Asian spices and ingredients can be daunting -- lemongrass, Kaffir lime leaves, galangal, palm sugar, fish sauce and curry paste. During this culinary experience, discover how these ingredients work together to create just the right flavor you're looking for. Some dishes you'll create include, Shrimp Tom Kha Gai, Chicken Satay, Chicken Green Curry, Coconut Rice, Pad Thai, Cucumber Tomato Salad, and Coconut Tapioca Pudding. These are the flavors of a nation that need to be discovered and rediscovered.
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    A Taste of Thai Cooking

    85 MacDougal St, New York

    • Learn the flavor profiles of delicious Thai dishes
    • Cook a full course Thai meal filled with spicy fruits, veggies, noodles and meats
    • Discover the nuances behind this delicious Asian cuisine
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    Chocolate Confections

    (160)
    Wanna make some chocolate? Of course you do. Under the guidance of skilled ICE pastry chefs, you'll master tempering white, milk, and dark chocolate. Then you'll use the tempered chocolates for the two essential methods for chocolate confection-making: molded confections and hand-dipped truffles. You'll also learn a variety of elegant and colorful chocolate decorating techniques for your creations. Recipes include: chocolate English toffee; chocolate peanut butter cups; chocolate bark; and chocolate dipped confections. C'mon, just sign up. You can tell yourself it's for the antioxidants.
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    Chocolate Confections

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to make a variety of Asian culinary staples with a partner at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Practice cooking techniques required for Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Korean cuisine.
    • Sink your teeth into fresh, hand-made Asian dishes
    • Step up your chocolate game and try something new
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    158 positive reviews
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    Essentials of Indian Cooking

    (160)
    From the Portuguese-influenced cuisine of Goa to the wonderful sweets of Bengal, Indian cuisine has multiple regional variations, and is generally characterized by perfect spice and flavor combinations. You will learn to identify these spices, along with shopping and storing tips, and will make a masala spice blend. Your menu is vegetarian and will consist of: pakora; cilantro-coconut chutney; goobi (cauliflower) tikka masala; saag paneer, pulao (rice pilaf ); and carrot halwa, a traditional Indian sweet.
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    Essentials of Indian Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Enjoy hands-on instruction from an informed and experienced chef at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Learn to identify spices, along with shopping and storage tips
    • Discover the way to make the perfect spice and flavor combination!
    • Make "ghee,"the clarified butter that is key to Indian cooking, and two kinds of masala spice blends
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    Essentials of Korean Cooking

    (160)
    From bibimbap to bulgogi, the signature dishes of Korea have seduced America with intoxicating flavors. Sweet-spicy flavor combos are popular, as are the vegetables, meat and seafood that are featured in main dishes as well as in banchan, the Korean assortment of side dishes that appears in most traditional meals. You will learn to make dakgangjeong (hot chicken wings); haemul pajeon (seafood and green onion pancakes); bulgogi (grilled seasoned sliced beef) with assorted banchan; bibimbap (seasoned vegetable rice bowl); and soju (cucumber-infused distilled liquor).
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    Essentials of Korean Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to cook authentic Korean food with the guidance of a an expert chef at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Prepare and dine on dumplings, hot chicken wings, and kimchi, among other delicious Korean staples
    • Wow your friends with your new penchant for Korean cooking
    • Step up your multi-cultural cooking game and make some new friends
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    158 positive reviews
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    Essentials of Vietnamese Cooking

    (160)
    A bold blend of East Asia, Southeast Asia and France, Vietnamese food captivates through its refreshing flavors, varied textures and vibrant colors. In this class, you will explore the fundamental techniques and ingredients behind some of Vietnam’s treasured dishes, including dua chuot (cucumber and shrimp salad); Banh Mi (baguette sandwiches filled with five-spice beef and pickled vegetables); Ga Xao Xa Ot (chicken stir-fried with lemongrass and chile); and che chuoi (banana, tapioca pearl and coconut pudding).
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    Essentials of Vietnamese Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to prepare delicious Vietnamese meals 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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    158 positive reviews

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