I’m often asked to recommend cooking classes abroad for folks who travel. I’m lucky to have talented friends and colleagues all over the globe who teach and write about food. One of them, Susan Loomis is visiting LA this month from her home in Louviers, France for three days of immersive French cooking. Classes are July 29-31.
The participation classes will take place in the kitchen of Martha Rose Shulman, noted cookbook author and Recipes for Health columnist for the New York Times. So you’ll be getting a fantastic “twofer”. That’s a lot of culinary savvy in one place at the same time.
A brief class description from Susan:
You’ll learn French techniques, how to combine flavors, and textures, while putting together a French meal. Whether your favorite dish is roasted fish with pearls of lime, grilled baby eggplant with herbed fresh cheese, a sorbet of blood oranges with pistachios, gorgeous flaky pastry filled with perfectly ripened berries, or heirloom tomato “tubes,” you’ll walk away from our classes with inspired ideas, and the skills to realize them! Of course, after class there’ll be apéritifs in the kitchen, followed by multi-course meals at the table, accompanied by local wines, a bite of cheese, a taste of dessert, and a sip of coffee.
Details on the time, cost and class descriptions