Who knew so many things could be cooked on a stick?---more than you could shake a stick at. Our hope is that this class will inspire you to stick your neck out and invite your friends over for a stick-to-your-ribs meal of stuff on a stick. Invite only the friends who stick with you through thick and thin, because you don't want any sticky situations. Offer a dessert, so they'll stick around for a while. Make a menu and stick to it. Don't be a stick in the mud, whoop it up and have a little fun. That's it. Stick a fork in me. I'm done.
Peachy Bourbon Bites - oh, yes! A little crispy pork belly, a juicy piece of grilled peach, and a bourbon peach sauce to tie it all together. We dare you to find a better bite.
Rainbow Salmon Skewers - Thin slices of fresh salmon, a dizzying assortment of brightly colored summer vegetables, grilled on a bamboo skewer for your dining pleasure. Sure to please both the diehard seafood lover and those that need convincing. Served with a wedge of lemon and a little scoop of greek cabbage slaw. with drizzle of dressing.
Sticky Chicken on a Stick - So much Asian flavor packed into one little skewer. These will be a hit at your next barbecue. No more plain old dried-out chicken coming off of your grill! The glaze keeps the inside tender and moist. We'll serve it with a flavor-packed sesame noodle salad.
Grilled Bruschetta - Skewered & seared Campari tomatoes, eaten atop seasoned ricotta on grilled bread, garnished with fresh basil leaves and balsamic drizzle.
Berry Blintzes - A little fan-shaped crepe, filled with blackberries and farmer cheese, skewered and lightly grilled. Topped with a touch of berry coulis. Ouí, Ouí!
Besides the myriad flavors you'll experience in this class, we'll offer some ideas of how to serve and display your kabobs at your stick-themed party. This ought to be a fun class, Come and enjoy it with us.