Though his fear of fire prevented him from becoming a world-class baker, Thomas Edisons invention of the Easy-Bake Oven allowed him to rekindle his culinary aspirations while finally finding a use for the previously worthless lightbulb. Flip the switch on your gourmet reveries with todays Groupon to Relish Culinary Adventures in Healdsburg. Choose from 13 class dates:
For $30, you get a Farmers Market to Table tour and lunch with wine pairing (a $60 value). The class runs from 10 a.m.12:30 p.m. Choose from the following dates:
For $30, you get a homemade mozzarella class (a $59 value). The class runs from 7:30 p.m.8:30 p.m. Choose from the following dates:
Relish Culinary Adventures invites talented chefs, artisans, winemakers, and other culinary authorities to share gastronomic insights while helping guests learn the ins and outs of preparing meals crafted from local ingredients. On the Farmers Market to Table tour, epicurean explorers gather at Relish and then head to the Healdsburg farmers' market to delve into the mysterious world of noshable heirlooms, vine-ripened vittles, and recipes hidden on microfilm. Relish owner Donna del Rey leads the lunch charge, joined by Dustin Valette, chef de cuisine at Charlie Palmers Dry Creek Kitchen, weaving in and out of farmers stalls with an eye trained on potential menu specials. Afterward, guests visit Chef Valettes kitchen, where they can douse their mind fires with buckets of answers to questions about running a kitchen, sourcing ingredients, or correctly performing radish-mating calls. An all-hands salad preparation follows at Relish, with optional student participation and an enlightening presentation and wine pairing by a local winemaker.
In the mozzarella class, the artisans from local wine-and-cheese studio
The Beverage People introduce guests to the process, equipment, and sanitation lynchpins of cheese making during the homemade mozzarella class. In under an hour, deft hands stretch a gallon of whole milk into soft curds that reveal their flavor prowess when paired with heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, homemade wine, or cassette recordings of vintage-train whistles. After class, students practice hand stretching and molding curds and instructors sell kits to replicate the mozzarella magic at home.
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