Making Love in Your Kitchen: Session 2

Fri | Oct 05, 2018 | 6:30–10P

Teacher Marlene Sorosky Gray

Couples Cooking = half the work + twice the meals! A shared workload means faster prep, and the payoff is twofold: dinner, and time spent together. Class begins with shopping lists; each conveniently covers dinner for two nights, using many of the same healthy ingredients in entirely different ways. You’ll then dive into cooking, with plenty of prep tips to guide you through making each dinner. We’ll sit down to enjoy all six menus, accompanied by wine or beer and freshly-baked dessert. Attendance in Session 1 is not a pre-requisite for this class.
class notes:
This class is priced at $225 per couple. Please add ONE to your cart for 2 participants. Add both names (First/First, Last/Last) to the “Attendee” fields when checking out. Please email info@civickitchensf.com with any questions.

Menu | Recipes

Santa Fe Marinated Skirt Steak
Menu 1

Mexican Corn Salad
Menu 1

Carne Asada Tacos
Menu 2

Tomatillo Guacamole Salsa
Menu 2

Panko Crusted Salmon
Menu 3

Pan-Charred Green Beans
Menu 3

Hoi Sin Glazed Salmon Burgers
Menu 4

Quick Pickled Cucumbers
Menu 4

Asian Slaw with Sesame Ginger Dressing
Menu 4

Lentil Soup with Eggplant, Squash and Tomatoes
Menu 5

Whole Wheat Toasts with Parmesan cheese
Menu 5

Golden Lentil Veggie Bowl with Tofu, Turmeric & Soba Noodles
Menu 6

Any Day Dessert: Fall Apple Cake
with Warm Caramel Pecan Sauce


Handouts

Making Love In Your Kitchen Session II

Shopping Lists: MLiYK Session II

About the teacher

Marlene Sorosky Gray

Chef Marlene Sorosky Gray loves to teach cooking and she’s been doing it successfully for over 40 years. She has taught in 46 of the 50 states and for many years owned a cooking school and cookware shop in Southern California. She has worked with and assisted such notable chefs as Julia Child, Jacques Pépin and James Beard.
Marlene’s goal is to make cooking as stress-free and healthy as possible, with shortcuts to streamline recipes, techniques for avoiding kitchen disasters, tips on reducing fat and calories and tricks for saving time and money.
She has been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America and The Nashville Network and her writing has appeared in Bon Appétit, Gourmet, Eating Well, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Marlene has written eight cookbooks, which have sold over a million copies. Her books have won both the James Beard Award and the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) award (beating Martha Stewart for both was an extra bonus).
You can sign up for her free newsletter and recipes on cookingwclass.com.

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