January 8, 2014 in Food

‘Selectable Delectables’ 2014 class schedule released

By The Spokesman-Review
 

Master Chef Steve Geving has released his Selectable Delectables schedule for 2014.

The monthly cooking classes cost $25 each and take place at the Blanchard Community Center, 685 Rusho Lane, in Blanchard, Idaho.

Here’s what’s in store for the coming year:

Jan. 22 – Super Bowl Favorites: North, South, East and West

Feb. 19 – A Wee Bit of Ireland: Old-School St. Patrick’s Day

March 19 – Easter Favorites

April 16 – Glenda’s Delight’s: Most Requested Dishes from the Master Chef’s Sweetie

May 21 – Selectable Delectables on a Social Security Budget

June 18 – Backyard Cooking with the Grandkids

July 16 – Asian Barbecue and Grilling Specialties

Aug. 20 – Special Requests from Year-Round Culinary Class Regulars

Sept. 17 – Cooking for the Stars: Catered Dishes for the Hollywood Elite

Oct. 15 – N’Awlins Revisited: The Cuisine of Bourbon Street

Nov. 19 – A European Love Affair: Classique Dishes for the Holidays

Dec. 17 – Relax, It’s Only Christmas: Easy Entertaining Cookery

Classes run from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Reservations are required. Call (208) 437-0426 for information or to sign up.

Mastering prawns

Chef David Ross will demonstrate how to make a dish he cooked while competing in “MasterChef USA” on PBS. He was runner-up in the show’s second – and final – season in 2001.

At 2 p.m. Sunday, he’ll make Salt and Pepper Prawns with Candied Walnuts and Chinese Cabbage Slaw.

Participants – there’s room for 16 – will learn how to make deep-fried whole prawns, paired with Napa cabbage slaw tossed with a citrus and soy sauce dressing and candied walnuts.

The presentation-style class costs $45 at The Kitchen Engine, 621 W. Mallon Ave., Suite 16, in the Flour Mill.

For more information or to register, call (509) 328-3335 or visit www.thekitchenengine.com

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