Cooking Class: Chicken about Chicken, October 1

Master four chicken dishes with this hands-on class, Chicken about Chicken, taught by former Le Cordon Bleu chef instructor, Sarah Grant, and being offered through York Adult Education. The class will begin with a chat with local organic chicken farmers, Marilyn and Rick Stanley of Chick Farm in Wells. Chef Grant will demonstrate how to cut up a whole bird, distribute recipes, and partially demonstrate the recipes before the students break into groups to finish the recipes. There will also be an opportunity to practice cutting up a whole chicken.

Chicken about Chicken
York Adult Education
York High School, 1 Robert Stevens Dr, York, ME
Monday, October 1, 2012
5:30 – 9 pm
Cost: $50 (includes materials)

The class includes instruction and methods/recipes for brining, tenderizing, marinating and roasting whole birds, authentic Southern Fried Chicken, Chicken Picatta and a Cuban recipe called Pollo Asado. Side recipes include home made barbecue sauce, pan gravy, zucchini and shiitake mushroom stuffing, sautéed plantains and refried rice and beans Cuban style. We will eat the finished products in class, and each student will take home fresh cut-up chicken with which to practice the new recipes. If you have sharp cooking knives and a safe way to carry them, please bring them to class. Also, bring a large cutting board to class.

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