Sunday, January 4
Now that the holidays are past, relax with warm comforting foods prepared using cast-iron cookware. You'll learn how to make the most of your cast-iron pieces with delightful yet simple recipes.
Classic French Food
Sunday, January 11
Learn how to make classic French fare that is ideal for cold-weather months, including a classic French onion soup and sweet and savory crepes, plus some easy techniques for creating bistro classics.
Sunday, January 18
When the weather outside is frightful what could be more delightful than reminiscing and enjoying flavors from the grill.
This class offers great choices for indoor grilling, infusing smoky flavors and creating some “hot” meals for cold days!
Game Day Party Food
Sunday, January 25
As sports fans get geared up, we'll help you get ready with some sports party food. Learn
how to make panini pizzas, quesadillas, an easy guacamole and some fantastic chili-cheese fries. These recipes are sure to tear fans away from the TV and score a touchdown!
For the Little Rock locals:
Another round of W/S free Sunday morning technique classes began a couple of weeks ago (last Sunday's class was chili), but I just saw the list yesterday. This Sunday's theme is Chocolate. The 10th is stocks. The 17th is soups. The 24th is one pot meals. Usually the sign-up lists are at the counter, next to the stove. The classes usually last an hour (from 11 to 12, but don't just trust my memory) and there's food to nibble at the end of the class.
I've washed it, rubbed butter all over it, salt/peppered it, and chopped the garlic and shallots that I stuffed inside it. For the first time, I got a little burning-teary eye while chopping the shallots. I've never had the onion tear effect. Food Network is telling me to roast it for 45 minutes before kicking up the temperature for the final bit.
Lucky for me, I got an instant read thermometer (and a digital food scale, microplane spice grater, and a round cake pan) at Williams-Sonoma, so I can make sure that the chicken is done before I turn off the oven.
I found a couple of recipes for the spaghetti squash in my CSA basket. I think I'll try it tomorrow evening. I'm too tired to do it tonight. Especially if I'm going to make a pumpkin layer cake.