Contributed by Bryce Lambert
One of the best foodie deals in town (yes, even better than restaurant week) are the cooking classes at Season to Taste Catering. Season to Taste uses the term “cooking class” loosely (something they’re upfront about), as these events are better described as multi-course sit-down dinners with instructional introductions there to allow diners to better engage with their food.
After being late to sign up for (they fill up quick!) both a duck confit and braising class, I finally made it to a recent gnocchi class. And by “class,” I mean I munched on crostinis and cauliflower soup while Season to Taste’s Robert Harris rolled out two kinds of gnocchi and then sat down to a four-course dinner with strangers. For just $35, I left with a firm understanding of how to make gnocchi, a gourmet food induced hangover, and a list of restaurants to check out, courtesy of my well-informed dinner companions. Continue Reading