Where: Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan – 4050 West Maple Rd., Ste #250, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
When: From 4:30 pm to 6 pm, on Fridays | Dates: October 26 – November 16 – December 14 – January TBD
The class covers the four essential bases of western style cuisines, providing insights on the origins and use of some super famous Italian ingredient. During each class students will be invited to think about:
What’s the origin of the ingredients? – How much do they cost? – Who produces them? – Which cuisines use them? – How do they get to our table?
Each class will feature an Italian classic to be compared with an American classic that uses similar ingredients.
Recipes: Bruschetta (Italy) and Salsa (Tex Mex)
Ingredient: fresh cheese
Recipes: Crema di Formaggio alle Erbe (Italy) and Spinach and Cheese Dip (USA)
Recipes: Crema di mandorle al limone (Italy) and Almond Chocolate Bars (USA)
Ingredient: butter and corn meal
Recipes: Polenta (Italy) and Grits (USA)
Registration is required in advance. This class require a minimum number of Young Chefs to start.