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    Poke Bowls at Home

    We’ve got a feeling this fish-dish affair will be a real hit! Work under the guidance of Chef Ken as you master the art of the Hawaiian poke bowl. Learn to source ingredients, mix up recipes, and create artful dishes that will look as good as they’ll taste. On the menu: Classic Ahi Tuna Poke; Spicy Salmon Poke Bowls: Poke Gyoza Dumplings. Once the cooking is complete, sit down with your fellow foodies to dig in. Plus, indulge in wine pairings selected to complement the experience! Of course, we would have paired the poke with punch … but Chef Ken probably knows best.
    Poke Bowls at Home

    10 West End Avenue, New York

    • Master the art of creating Hawaiian poke bowls during a social culinary class
    • Learn to mix and match gourmet ingredients under the guidance of a professional chef
    • Enjoy a sit-down meal after the cooking is done, along with complimentary wine
    • Meet some fellow foodies and enhance your culinary knowledge
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    5 positive reviews
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    Handmade Pasta (BYOB)

    This is a taste-testers’ dream! Nibble your way through this evening of savory cooking creating authentic Spanish Tapas. Each dish is steeped in tasty temptation, from the juicy Albondigas to the Paprika Butternut Squash Empanadas and Patatas Bravas with spicy homemade sauce, all of your own doing. Grab a friend, a bottle of Spanish wine/beer and learn to impress, Spanish style, at your next dinner party!
    Handmade Pasta (BYOB)

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Learn the process behind making handmade pasta with fresh tomato sauce
    • Mix, knead, roll, and fill fresh Ravioli and Fettuccine
    • Bring your own booze and enjoy an intimate, cozy kitchen setting
    • No experience necessary
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    44 positive reviews
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    Cuban Surf & Turf

    It doesn’t get better than Surf & Turf. -- except when it’s Cuban Surf & Turf! The flavorful cuisine of Cuba reflects the country’s Spanish, African, and Caribbean influences. From cooling ceviche to hearty ropa vieja, these influences manifest themselves in an array of seafood and meat preparations, not to mention unforgettable side dishes, that will make you wonder why you didn't cook Cuban sooner. You will make: Ropa Vieja (shredded flank steak in tomato sauce); Pescado Enchilado (sea bass in sofrito); Picadillo a la Habanera (ground beef with alcaparrado); Frijoles Negros (black beans Cuban-style); Yellow Rice; Yuca al Mojo (yuca in garlic sauce); Tostones (savory fried plantains); Avocado-Pimento Salad; Flan (caramel custard); and Mojitos. “Hey babe -- you cook the surf, and I got the turf.”
    Cuban Surf & Turf

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Don’t just go to dinner -- go to dinner class! And THEN eat dinner…
    • Enjoy hands-on instruction from an informed and experienced chef
    • Learn the basics of cooking cuban surf and turf as you follow along with the rest of the class
    • Take this gift home with you and use it next time you’re cooking
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    73 positive reviews
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    The French Steakhouse

    Good wines and simple but elegant fare are hallmarks of the French brasserie tradition, and steak is a favorite order. You’ll learn preparations and terminology for the most popular French cuts, and how they differ from their American counterparts. You’ll also make the sauces, sides, and starters that complete the French steak experience. The menu includes: Onglet Béarnaise (hanger steak with tarragon sauce); Steak au Poivre (steak with peppercorn sauce); Côte d’Agneau Grillée à la Provençal (grilled lamb chops with Provençal rub); Huîtres Mignonette (oysters with shallot-vinegar sauce); Frisée aux Lardons (curly endive salad with Roquefort and bacon); Pommes Anna (sliced potato cake); Haricots Verts (French green beans); and Profiteroles (cream puffs with ice cream and chocolate sauce). Say “au revoir” to microwaved beef trays. Stake your claim to some prime French steak.
    The French Steakhouse

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Cook a steak dinner in the French tradition with guidance from an expert chef
    • Learn how French steak preparation differs from the American style
    • Sink your teeth into a variety of mouthwatering French dishes
    • Step up your steak game and try something new
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    73 positive reviews
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    Essentials of Burgundian Cooking

    Burgundy is known for its earthy, comforting cooking and spectacular wines. Many of the most famous French dishes hail from this region, as do some of the world’s greatest chefs. Learn recipes for the region’s greatest hits, plus taste a selection of the spectacular local wines and cheeses. You’ll make and enjoy: Kir Cocktails; Gougères (warm cheese puffs); Warm Goat Cheese Salad; Escargots au Chablis; Gratin of Potatoes with Bacon and Cream; Cheese and Apple Tart; Beef Bourguignon; Coq au Vin; and Gâteau au Chocolat avec Coulis de Framboise.
    Essentials of Burgundian Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to prepare delicious Burgundian meals
    • 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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    73 positive reviews
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    Essentials of Tuscan Cooking

    The simple yet refined flavors of Tuscan cooking are world-famous, and with good reason. Whether the product of one of Florence's great restaurants or the simple dishes from a country kitchen, the integrity of Tuscan cooking has won applause for centuries. Learn some of the secrets of this venerable cuisine as you make and enjoy: Bellinis (sparkling wine and peach juice cocktails); Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms; Pear and Fennel Salad; Crostini with Roasted Eggplant; Tuscan Chicken with White Beans; Pork Chops with Olives and Fennel Seeds; Florentine Porterhouse Steak; Cipollini Agro Dolce; Oranges in Marsala Glaze; and Almond and Anise Biscotti with Vin Santo. When you’re done, you can ship a few dishes to the Vimbly HQ!
    Essentials of Tuscan Cooking

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Enjoy hands-on instruction from an informed and experienced chef
    • Get to know the foods of Tuscany, whose integrity has won applause for centuries
    • Learn how to make Tuscan Bellinis (sparkling wine and peach juice cocktails)
    • Soak up all kinds of cooking tips along the way that you’ll be able to apply to other culinary endeavors
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    73 positive reviews

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