Girls’ Night Out – Oktoberfest Feast : Oct 26, 2013
Join WRSOC Owner Catherine St. John for four fun-filled Saturday nights out with the girls. We will visit different cuisines during this tour of the world. Get your girlfriends together and come have a fun night of cooking. You may bring your favorite bottle of wine to enjoy with your meal.
Girl’s Night Oktoberfest Feast: (P)
Who says girls don’t like beer? We do, especially when it’s paired with great food. Join us for a night of beer tasting and food pairing. Wild mushroom crostini with thyme vinaigrette; beer and cheese soup; celery root, radish and watercress salad with mustard seed dressing; chicken braised in beer with bacon and onions served over spaetzel and finish with a chocolate stout cake.
Other Girls’ Night Out classes:
South of the Border: September 28
Fondue Party: November 16
Gluten Free Holiday Appetizer Party: December 7
Girls’ Night Out Series
Instructor: Catherine St. John Time: 6:30-9:30pm Cost: 85
Phyllo Workshop : Oct 24, 2013
Never worked with phyllo before? Worked with it before and had trouble? It doesn’t matter because in this class we will be working with fresh phyllo for Athens Foods in Cleveland. Learn the tricks to making some delicious phyllo filled treats, both sweet and savory. These all freeze well and can be used at a later time. Asian vegetable phyllo rolls with plum citrus dipping sauce; spinach and bacon tarts with a phyllo crust; goat cheese and mushroom phyllo pouches and honey nut baklava rolls.
Instructor: Catherine St. John Time: 6:30-9:30pm Cost: 75
Mediterranean Diet – Vegetarian Supper : Oct 20, 2013
The Mediterranean Diet: Tasty & Healthful The results of long-term medical research released recently regarding the effects of a Mediterranean diet on lifestyle related illness stated rates of heart attack and stroke lowest in the group who ate olive oil and nuts along with a standard Mediterranean diet of vegetables, whole grains, legumes and fish. Though not a license to up your fat intake, the study shows us that a balanced, unprocessed, and colorful diet is best. This approach seems to be a pretty good prescription for just about anything that ails you, including diabetes (high fiber) and hypertension (essentially the same as the DASH Diet). Come explore how to expand your working knowledge of this easy and delicious way of eating, cooking, and living.
Creamy (dairy-free) new harvest corn soup, followed by spicy (to your taste) falafel-like pita pockets, and finished off with a simple, hidden vegetable chocolate sheet cake and sweet, in season fruit. Fresh corn chowder; spicy lentil/walnut burgers in pita pockets with layered onion, tomato and yogurt sauce; chocolate zucchini sheet cake and platter of seasonal fruits.
Other Mediterranean Diet classes:
Hearty Salads: September 15
Small Plates: September 29
Seafood Supper: November 3
Mediterranean Diet Series
Instructor: Betty Shewmon Time: 1:30-4:30pm Cost: 75