Hungarian Cooking, like other eastern European cooking is hearty, homey, and satisfyingly delicious – just what we need to warm up on a cold, gray Seattle day. Chef Erin, a third-generation Hungarian American, learned to cook from her grandmother and will share Grandma Rose’s recipes for Korozott (Hungarian Cheese Spread), Cucumber Salad, Goulash, Chicken Paprikash and more. If you like Chicken Paprikash, but haven’t been able to re-create your grandmother’s recipe, then this is the class for you. In my humble opinion, Chef Erin makes the best Chicken Paprikash this side of the Mississippi — it’s not to be missed! Copies of recipes included.
You will enjoy the foods created in class, plus appetizers, wine and lots of good conversation. Special 10% cooking-class discount on all store purchases the night of the class
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.
"Buy the best [most flavorful!] ingredients you can afford. Cook them well." (Peter Kaminsky, Culinary Intelligence) That's our philosophy as well. Turns out the secret to really good cooking is three-fold: a few simple techniques, the right recipe, and the best tasting ingredients you can find. Here is your chance to learn from some of the best personal and professional chefs in Seattle. Nothing too fancy, just good home cooking that's easy to re-create, taste great every time, and bound to impress. Learn how to get that restaurant food experience you've been looking for at home.
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