With Denver Restaurant Week just around the corner, a variety of unique and entertaining classes can be found at Stir Cooking School. From “Cooking with FRESH Herbs!” to “Artisan Bread Workshop”, Stir is the perfect spot for the seasoned cook or the first-timer to experience a less traditional take on Restaurant Week.
Baking can be intimidating, but with the guidance of Stir’s professional chefs, students can learn the tricks and tips of the baking art on March 2nd. Participants will learn how to create a variety of scrumptious breads, as well as the basics on yeast, sponges and starters. The menu consists of herb focaccia; French baguette; sticky cinnamon rolls; no knead bread; and zucchini bread. The class begins at 10:30 A.M and will last two hours. Pricing is $52.80 per person.
With spring around the corner, cooks can learn the various ways to utilize all of those great fresh herbs on March 6th. Participants will discover great ways to pair herbs, as well as storage and growing tips. The menu consists of seasonal vegetable soup with herb pistuo; tarragon and lemon marinated seared salmon; herbed orzo pasta salad with cherry tomatoes, red onions and ricotta salata; sugar snap peas with lemon, fresh herbs and a balsamic reduction. The class begins at 6:30 P.M. and will last two hours. Pricing is $52.80 per person.
Owned by Denver native, Chef Katy Hume, Stir first opened for business in November 2010. Stir offers a variety of cooking classes for all ages and skill levels including: baking, date night, holiday cooking, vegetarian, wine pairing, farmers market, kids cooking, mixology, International cooking and family friendly, among others. The classes are a personal experience, with the maximum class size of 18 students. Stir is located at 3215 Zuni Street, in the historic Weir Building in the Denver Highlands. To sign up for “Artisan Bread Workshop” or “Cooking with FRESH Herbs!” or any of Stir’s additional classes visit www.stirtolearn.com or call (720) 287-4823
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