In the Kitchen
Kids In the Kitchen
New Year, New Beer--A Brewery Dinner with Elysian Brewing Company with the Elysian Brewing Company
Saturday, January 17th, 6:00-8:30pm
Host and Instructors: Annie Watkins, Elysian Regional Manager Barb Agee and Leanne Willard, your chefs for the evening
The Elysian Brewing Company has brewed over 350 craft beers since it opened on Capitol Hill, Seattle, in 1996. With four Seattle restaurants and a full production brewery, Elysian is well established in the craft brewing industry Join Annie Watkins, regional manager, as she discusses their beer through a
5-course winter menu: Avatar Jasmine IPA complements Chicken Wings in Spicy Peanut Sauce; Mens Room Original Red is paired with Red Ale Butternut Squash Soup with Goat Cheese and Pomegranates; The Immortal IPA is perfect with Kale Salad with Oranges and Fresh Cranberry Vinaigrette; Split Shot Stout is matched with Coffee and Ancho Chile Flat Iron Steak with Green Chile-Apple Relish and Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes; and Dragonstooth Stout is wonderful with Chocolate Dragonstooth Stout Pudding and Stout Whipped Cream.
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Che Sara' Sara'
Tuesday, January 13th, 6:00-8:30pm
Instructors: Chef Luigi De Nunzio, Al Bocalino, Cafe Bengodi and the new Che Sara' Sara', Seattle - with Christine Ciancetta.
Ever since Chef Luigi opened Al Bocalino in 1989, he's been a big part of the Seattle restaurant scene. Having just opened his new restaurant, Che Sara' Sara', he takes time out to visit BSC and brings with him a menu that reflects the cuisine of his native Puglia area of Italy: Funghi tutti pari, assorted wild and exotic mushrooms slow-cooked together with aromatics, Orecchiette con broccoli di rape, pasta tossed with broccoli rapini, anchovies, pepperoncino, and garlic, dusted with seasoned bread crumbs, Stracotto di cinghiale con uvetta e pepe nero, slow-cooked wild boar marinated for 36 hours in red wine and aromatics, finished with raisins and San Marzano tomatoes, and for dessert, Salame al cioccolato, chocolate "salami" served with fresh berries. A very special evening indeed! please note that this class is in the BSC Demonstration Kitchen.
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Olympia's Next Top Chef
Friday, February 27th, 6:00-9:00pm
Instructors: Three students from South Puget Sound Community College Culinary Arts Program.
Be a judge and member of the audience at BSC's third annual Olympia's Next Top Chef! Watch, learn, and taste as three of SPSCC Culinary Arts Program's most talented students compete with an original entree. As with the popular television program "Chopped," they must use five specified
ingredients: Flat Iron Steak, Parsnips, Rice Krispies, Coffee and Broccoli in addition to whatever other ingredients they'd like to use. You get to judge them on teaching style, taste, visual presentation and creativity. The winner will teach their own class at BSC in the summer. Don't miss this chance to watch Olympia's new culinary talent in action!
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Check out our BSC Kids Culinary Arts Program page link - Kid's In The Kitchen
The Bayview School of Cooking's programs for kids strive to provide a fun and safe environment where children can learn age-appropriate cooking skills as well as an appreciation for new and different foods. We offer two earning skills levels for our students: Ages 5-8 and Ages 9-13. Our instructor for all classes is Sue Tower. Check out the current list of classes at the Kid's In The Kitchen link to the left or click the page link above.