If February is for lovers, it is also for cooking at Chesapeake Forum with two tasty courses coming up. First, channel your inner chocoholic with a Chocolate Dinner Cooking Class taught by Chef Henry Miller from Two if By Sea in Tilghman Island on February 5th. That’s right, chocolate in every course – all five of them. How he’ll do it is anyone’s guess but you can be sure that the outcome will be delicious.
This is the first time Chesapeake Forum has done this type of course so we pre-paid for a limited number of seats. Once they go, it may be difficult to add on to the event. Reservations are non-refundable but seats can be transferred up until the Thursday prior to the event.
Price includes five courses, all with chocolate, tasty tastes, two glasses of wine, tax and 20% gratuity. Learn some imaginative ways to bring chocolate into your Valentine’s Day planning. But at the end of the day, it’s really about socializing with friends!
Chocolate Dinner Cooking Class is one (1) session, Friday February 5th at, from 4-6 PM. In-person at Two if by Sea in Tilghman Island. $55. To register, visit https://chesapeakeforum.org
A few weeks later, Larry Paz is back with It’s all Greek to Me: An Adventure in Greek Cooking on February 14 or 28th. After teaching us how to make Paella last semester, Larry will introduce us this winter to the wonderful world of Greek cooking with a focus on two specialties that often come to mind when thinking of Greek food: Greek salad and Moussaka. To top off the experience, Larry will finish with a desert of Baklava. (What’s Greek for “Yummm”?). At the conclusion of class, students will enjoy a wonderful lunch made from all of these specialties.
Classes will be held at the Oxford Community Center. Due to the popularity of Larry’s courses, we are scheduling two dates. It’s all Greek to Me is February 14th or 28th from 10-12:30 AM in person at the Oxford Community Center. $35. To sign up, visit https://chesapeakeforum.org. Please note that class sizes are limited to 16 and will sell out quickly.
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