Jewish cooking has a long and rich tradition. Learn how to make some common traditional Jewish dishes--both everyday and holiday. Celebrate your own heritage or honor the culture that gave us this food. Recipes & samples included.
Do all those pastries at the coffee shop look tempting, but you don't want to spend the money for them? Make your own scones, muffins, breads, and other treats to go with your coffee. Monica Kadillak will show you how easy it is. Recipes & samples included.
Denver has a wealth of specialty markets for those who want to explore international cuisine. Learn with Monica Kadillak where to go, what to look for, and what to do with those strange new ingredients once you get them home. Recipes & samples included.
Making homemade bread--with yeast!--is relatively simple. Learn how easy and satisfying it is to make bread at home. We'll demonstrate several methods, both new and traditional. Recipes and samples included. Fear not--you CAN do this at home!
Decorate cookies to look like turkeys, just in time for Thanksgiving. Limited to 24 participants. Para el Día de Acción de Gracias, ponle decoraciones a estas galletas para que se parezcan a pavos. Se limita a 24 participantes.
Look, when you are on a road trip and you see a sign that says, “Two-headed squirrel, turn right at the next exit” – you turn right at the next exit! Join us for our first Kitchen Legends event highlighting the ultimate foodie legend, the Sasquatch of the culinary world – Turducken. For the uninitiated, turducken is a spectacular dish consisting of a de-boned chicken stuffed into a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed into a de-boned turkey. The word turducken is a portmanteau of turkey, duck, and chicken.