Monday, September 21, 2015

Three Great Fall Cooking Events At Court Tree Collective In Carroll Gardens

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Celebrate fall with three upcoming cooking classes at Court Tree Collective, the small gallery and event space at 371 Court Street between Carroll Street and First Place right here in Carroll Gardens. 
Learn how to make some great meals, share some great food and meet new.  What could be better?

Chop Happy Pasta Dinner Party
Saturday, September 26 from 5pm to 7pm
$30.00

Jay from Chop Happy is back at Court Tree again with another super fun class. Get your Pasta Party on from appetizer to desert, learn and eat your way through the night!

Menu:
Antipasto and Whipped Ricotta Dip
Pepperoni Ravioli Lasagna
Bacon Marinara and Bucatini
Balsamic Strawberries and Cream
beverages included!

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Apple pie making class with 'A Cheesemonger’s Daughter' Claire Matern
Sunday September 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm 
$35.00

Fall in New York State is apple picking season and nothing says fall like apple pie. Claire‘s pie class will walk you through each step of making a pie totally from scratch–no need to ever buy a pre-made crust again when you see how easy it is! From dough making to rolling techniques, making a classic apple filling and emphasis on lattice and crust work, this 2 hour intro class will end on a delicious note as we debrief over a slice fresh from the oven.


The Galette: Gluten Free Flatbreads with Emily Costa
Saturday, October 10 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$30.00

In this demo, gluten free aficionado and up and coming chef, Emily Costa, will create a versatile flatbread recipe used three ways. Participants in this demo/food party will walk away with 3 delicious healthy recipes. A great way to impress your family and friends at your next dinner party.

Menu:
Bright Beginning – Pear, Prosciutto & Arugula Galette
Fall Favorite – Butternut Squash, Apple & Gorgonzola Galette
Delightful Dessert – Peach Galette with Lavender Cream





1 comment:

Jim said...

Gluten free flatbread? Really? Only 1 percent of the U.S. population actually has Celiac disease - that's 1 in 133 Americans. Shakes head, rolls eyes.