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Dec 1, 2016 - Celebrating with Holiday Appetizers

Lia Soneson

Celebrate with Easy Holiday Appetizers
Celebrating with Holiday Appetizers
It's one of our favorite styles of holiday entertaining -- tantalizing small bites, a glass or two of wine, and plenty of good company and conversation! Sometimes these gatherings are planned; at other times, they occur spontaneously. Either way, they're always fun occasions!

IN THIS ISSUE, we're setting the table with a few elegant, yet easy, appetizers that start the fun, or become the meal themselves. Cheers to the season!
Six Holiday Appetizers
Wishing you a Joyous Holiday Season
Holiday Hours
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recipeone RECIPE: Cranberry Salsa Crostini
Cranberry Salsa
recipetwo RECIPE: Olive Tapenade Potato Bites
Do-Ahead Tip
recipethree RECIPE: Baked Brie
Baked Brie
For Appetizer-Making and Entertaining
recipefour RECIPE: Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Shooters
Do-Ahead Tips
recipefive RECIPE: Spinach and Roasted Red Pepper Pinwheels
recipesix RECIPE: Buffalo Chicken Sweet Potato Bites
Do-Ahead Tip
Celebrating with Holiday Appetizers
Joyous Holiday Season to You and Yours
categories Appetizers, Entertaining, Dinner
tags holidays cranberry salsa cranberry salsa entertaining celebrating potato bites olive tapenade olive tapenade baked brie brie hot pepper jelly grilled cheese with tomato soup shooters grilled cheese tomato soup spinach pinwheels spinach dried cranberries tortillas buffalo chicken bites sweet potatoes

Oktoberfest is On!

Lia Soneson

Oktoberfest is On!
Oktoberfest is On!
Oktoberfest is on! Everyone can join in on this famous German celebration with a feast of their own that celebrates the harvest and all things autumn!

IN THIS ISSUE, you'll be inspired by some traditional, hearty German fare. These dishes just happen to be great for tailgating and game time noshing, too!
Prost!
Oktoberfest is On!
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historyOktoberfest is On!
recipeone RECIPE: Schnitzel and Spatzle
Quick Bread Technique
mustardMustard 101
recipetwo RECIPE: Bratwurst with Braised Sauerkraut
Brat Cooking Technique
gear Gear for Celebrating Oktoberfest
recipethree RECIPE: Pretzel Bites with Cheddar-Mustard Dip
Pretzel Bite Techniques
beerUnderstanding Better Beer
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Oktoberfest is On!
categories Dinner, Lunch, Side Dish

Slow Cooking Goes Global

Lia Soneson

NEW FALL Classes! PLUS! Slow Cooking Goes Global!
Slow Cooking Goes Global
It's a dream come true, walk in the door after a long day at work and supper is ready! For the cooler season ahead, we've moved our slow cooker to the front of the kitchen countertop.

IN THIS ISSUE, we explore one of our favorite cooking techniques, slow cooking. Just how does it work? Where does slow cooking excel, and where does it not perform? Then, we've put slow cooking techniques to work with three recipes each with a global flair. 
Deliciousness awaits!
Slow Cooking
Slow Cooking
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basicsThe Basics
Key Temperatures
recipeone RECIPE: Chicken Tikka Masala In a Slow Cooker
Spices
tools Handy Tools for Slow Cooking
recipetwo RECIPE: Pork Carnitas
advantagesAdvantages and Disadvantages of Slow Cooking
recipethree RECIPE: Slow-Cooked Beef Bourguignon
Flavormakers
How to Deglaze
How to Thicken
tipsSmart Tips for Slow Cooking
Slow Cooking Goes Global
categories Dinner

Microwave Cooking

Lia Soneson

How to Cook with a Microwave Oven
Microwave Cooking
Is your use of the microwave oven limited to warming coffee or heating frozen meal trays? IN THIS ISSUE, we're unleashing the power of this modern-day appliance by first understanding how a microwave oven works, offering key tips for making the most of it, and making three recipes that teach the techniques. Read on!
Microwave Cooking
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Tuesday, April 26 - 6:00 - 9:00pm                                                       $40.00
SOUL OF THE SOUTH

Chefs: Julie Smoragiewicz. Go to the heart of the South with this lineup of Southern greats. Shrimp and Grits; Johnny Cakes; BBQ RIbs; Collard Greens; Brown Sugar Pound Cake with Praline Icing. A sample of wine will be offered with this class*  

Friday, May 6 - 6:00 - 7:30pm                                                            $60.00
Saturday, May 7 - 5:00 - 6:30pm
Wine GlassesRIEDEL TASTING

Riedel Crystal of America proudly presents a unique and fascinating wine glass tasting demonstrating the relationship between the shape of a glass and our perception and enjoyment of wine. To fully appreciate the personality of different grape varieties and the subtle character of wines, it is essential to have an appropriately fine-tuned glass shape. The shape is responsible for the flow of the wine and consequently where it touches the various taste zones of the tongue. Crystal of America's Regional Territory Manager, Mari Beth Baumberger will lead you through this sensory workshop. Four varietals of wine will be served with this class, as well as hors d'oeuvres at the completion of the tasting. Each class participant will receive a set of four Riedel wine glasses (a $118 value).
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How Does a Microwave Oven Work?
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Microwave CookingMicrowave Cooking
How A Microwave Works
recipeone RECIPE: Express Breakfast Wraps
Microwave Lessons
Innovative Tools
Are microwaves safe?
Power Levels
recipetwo RECIPE: Broccoli Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Broccoli Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Microwave Lessons
Prevention is Key: Cleaning Your Microwave
recipethree RECIPE: Warm, Chocolate Cake-In-A-Cup
RECIPE: Warm, Chocolate Cake-In-A-Cup
Top Tips for Microwave Cooking
Melting Chocolate

A Special Springtime Dinner Menu

Lia Soneson

A Special Springtime Dinner Menu
A Special Springtime Dinner Menu
It's official - it's Spring! With the new season comes many occasions to celebrate -- bridal showers, weddings, graduations, and Easter (it's is early this year, March 27th). Take a break from the routine and get together with family and friends for a springtime dinner. In this issue, we've prepared a great menu based on familiar classics, but each with a fresh twist! Invite people over, set the table, and get cooking!
Welcome Spring
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Pete Franklin Classes

Monday, March 28 - 6:00 - 9:00pm
MEATY ITALIAN

$40.00
Chef: Julie Smoragiewicz. Come hungry for this class! This will be an Italian extravaganza! Have you ever wanted to stuff your own sausage? This class is for you! This is a hearty, flavor-packed menu! Italian Sausage with Onions and Peppers (we will grind and stuff fresh pork and herb links); Prosciutto, Herb, and Tomato Ravioli; Italian Meatballs and Homemade Marinara; Hearty Lasagna. A sample of wine will be offered with this class*

Thursday, March 31 - 6:00 - 9:00pm
TURKISH CUISINE

$45.00
Chef: Chris Coleman. Chris is back in our kitchen with an evening of exotic Turkish dishes. Warm Squash Hummus with Pita; Lentil Soup with Minted Eggplant; Roasted Pear, Feta, Watercress and Hazelnut Salad with Pekmez Dressing (pomegranate molasses); Lamb Kofta Kebabs with Tzatziki Sauce; Bulgar Pilaf; Yogurt Cream with Sweet Tomato Compote. A sample of wine will be offered with this class*

Sunday, May 1 - 1:00 - 4:00pm 
ROYAL COMFORT FOOD 

$45.00
Chefs: Roberta Lecy & Colleen Lecy; Sunday, May 1 | 1-4pm. This is comfort food with a touch of class. This menu is perfect for a dinner party or just a nice family meal. Come on in and cozy up. Brussel Sprouts Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette; Beef Tenderloin with Mustard Cream Sauce; Duchess Potatoes; Spinach Gratin; Lemon Rosemary Layer Cake. A sample of wine will be offered with this class* 
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recipeone RECIPE: Smoked Ham with a Cherry-Dijon Glaze
RECIPE: Smoked Ham with a Cherry-Dijon Glaze
Leftovers
Set the Table
recipetwo RECIPE: Three Cheese Potato Gratin
RECIPE: Three Cheese Potato Gratin
Spring Kite Napkin Fold
Set the TableA Special Springtime Dinner Menu
Spring Dinner Essentials
recipethreeRECIPE: Truffled Peas and Pancetta
RECIPE: Truffled Peas and Pancetta
recipefourRECIPE: Baby Carrots with an Orange-Thyme Glaze
A Special Springtime Dinner Menu
recipefive A Lovely Lemon Mousse
A Lovely Lemon Mousse
recipesixSparkling Pomegranate Punch
Punch
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