Wednesday, November 7 | 6-9pm | $120 | Register

Chef Tony Maws
Chef & Owner, Craigie On Main and The Kirkland Tap and Trotter

CHEF’S WHIM: FARMER’S MARKET SQUASHES

One of Tony’s favorite fall finds at the farmers market is the large variety of colorful and delicious squash. Tony will lead us in hands-on learning as he shares secrets of seasonal squash in all its shapes, sizes and colors, and teach us various ways to cook this fall favorite. This is a perfect primer before Thanksgiving too!

One of the country’s most respected chefs, Tony Maws is a champion of our local farmers markets and sustainable practices.   As chef/owner of the acclaimed Craigie On Main in Cambridge and The Kirkland Tap & Trotter in Somerville, Tony prepares fresh local vegetables as stars of the plate at both his restaurants.  A James Beard award winner, Tony has traveled the world in pursuit of food and wine knowledge, and shares his experiences through culinary gems at both Craigie On Main and The Kirkland Tap & Trotter.

 

Wednesday, November 14 | 6-9pm | $120 | Register

Chef James Salomone
Executive Chef, Parsnip

ITALIAN CUISINE: HANDMADE FRESH PASTAS

You’ll learn how to make two different handmade pastas that you can also make at home for a future special meal. In this hands-on class, we’ll make delicious Italian meals out of freshly made pastas. Chef James will reveal how to pull them together for a quick meal out of the freezer or served fresh.

James Salomone serves approachable, ingredient-driven cuisine at Parsnip. With his classical French training and his Italian roots, his refined American cuisine incorporates a global pantry of seasonal ingredients from countries in Europe and along the Silk Road. He is passionate about making fresh pastas and looks forward to sharing his recipes and techniques with you as well.

 

Wednesday, December 5 | 6-9pm | $120 | Register

Chef Michael Pagliarini
Chef & Co-Owner, Giulia and Benedetto

SEASONAL INGREDIENTS: COOKING WITH NEW ENGLAND SEAFOOD

Nothing is better than cooking with local and seasonal ingredients. We’ll learn cooking techniques to enhance New England flavors using local seafood to make delicious meals.

Michael Pagliarini is the Chef and Co-Owner of Giulia and Benedetto, two award-winning Italian restaurants located in Cambridge. Guided by a passion for the history and authenticity of regional Italian cooking and a commitment to local, sustainable farming, Pagliarini elevates rustic Italian dishes into fine dining stars.