It's that time again! We're going to have our spring knife skills class but we're this time we're serving you a bit of breakfast! Ed Bartush is a great teacher with a wealth of information. He'll be showing you the ins and outs of knives in this very hands-on class. You'll learn proper care of your knives, how to hold them, and how to make different cuts with the different styles of knives commonly used in the home kitchen. It's a great class and you'll learn some tips to make you more efficient in the kitchen. We'll send you home with all the vegetables you'll have cut in class and the recipe for the fritatta. In class we'll be serving a light breakfast.
Fritatta with Fresh Vegetables - peppers, onions, mushrooms and more...the kind of veggies we'll be practicing on in class.
Citrus & Berry Bowl - with a fabulous dressing to kick start your morning. We'll practice properly sectioning citrus in class so you can duplicate the salad at home.
Artisanal Toast & Jam - A good bread knife can make all the difference when slicing good bread with a crispy, sturdy crust. We'll toast it up and serve it with American Spoon jam, made right here in the home state with Michigan berries.
This is a great class. Every time Ed teaches, we learn something new or are challenged to practice proper knife skills that we've learned from him in the past.