Although its cuisine has a lot in common with Italian cuisine, Sicilian food also has Greek, Spanish, French and Arab influences. Come “travel” to Palermo and experience its foods and surroundings, and learn what Sicilian cooking is all about with Chef Jennifer. Menu includes: Focaccia with herbs, Seafood Risotto with mint, Pickled Eggplant, Orange and lemon salad, and Crispy Sweet Capellini.
Class limit: 14-16
You will enjoy the foods created in class, plus appetizers, wine, presentation-style instruction, and lots of good food conversation.
We will charge your card 12 hours in advance of the class time and date.
You may cancel your registration for a class up to one week in advance of the class starting time. One week is often enough time for us to fill the vacated slots or to contact people on our wait lists. If it is after the 1 week deadline, you should call us and see if we have enough people still on the wait list to fill your vacated slot, but there is no guarantee.
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