Many parents often find themselves in the kitchen preparing meals for the family, which can start to feel more like work, or may skip cooking completely opting for less than satisfying fast food dinners.
Treat yourself with a session at and cook for fun for a change. Whether you go by yourself to meet new people or go with a group of friends or your spouse, not only can a cooking class be an escape, but it's a lesson you can take back home with you.
The next class on March 22 will show you how to make 30-minute Italian dinners. From 6-8 p.m. you will learn how to whip up five quick and tasty dishes: chicken stuffed with fontina, prosciutto and basil, chicken florentine, ravioli with walnut sauce, parmesan-crusted polenta with sausage-mushroom ragout and breaded orange roughy with tomato and arugula salad.
On March 24, there is also a class that will you teach you how to make your own fresh mozzarella. It runs from 6-9 p.m. and participants will make two batches of cheese and use it in dishes like: grilled mozzarella and sun-dried tomato skewers; roasted red pepper, portobello and mozzarella napoleons on a bed of greens; pasta with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil and garlic as well as bocconcini and prosciutto pinwheels.
Each class is $119.