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DECADENT DINNER FOR ONE | taught by Klancy Miller | Wednesday February 13th

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Cook Space hosts a variety of classes for every level of cooking featuring our hands on approach. Private instruction also available in our studio or in your home.  

Taught by Cook Space Founder, Michelle Mannix, and Culinary Director, Chef Nini, this signature class guides 12 guests through a 4-5 course dinner driven by the seasonal ingredients and the principle of cooking from a place of improvisation, instinct, and joy.

With guidance from your culinary coaches, you’ll have set time to brainstorm, prep, produce, and plate, as you become familiar with complimentary flavor profiles in your approach to your dishes.

The group will dine together in the dining atelier enjoying each other’s creations, learning from their fellow students, asking questions of the instructors all while enjoying a beautifully prepared dinner with wine and community.

DECADENT DINNER FOR ONE | taught by Klancy Miller | Wednesday February 13th

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DECADENT DINNER FOR ONE | taught by Klancy Miller | Wednesday February 13th

125.00

Some of the worst meals I’ve eaten have been on Valentine’s Day. There was the time a guy took me to Kentucky Fried Chicken in Paris on February 14th. And there was another time — also in Paris — that a delicious boyfriend and I picked an adorable-looking restaurant that served genuinely horrible food.

Dud dates make you appreciate the pleasure of your own company, so I was surprised to find myself feeling a little down in the dumps to be single when another Valentine’s Day rolled around. Fortunately, I had the good sense to buy a gorgeous rib-eye steak from Fleischer’s butcher shop in Brooklyn and a fabulous bottle of Montefalco Rosso (a robust red with Sangiovese, Sagrantino, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot grapes) from Enoteca DiPalo in Little Italy. I took them home, cooked the steak just the way the butcher recommended, enjoyed a glass of wine with it, and had a blissful Valentine’s Day after all.

This class will be taught by Klancy Miller, the author of Cooking Solo: The Fun of Cooking For Yourself. She is a writer and pastry chef and earned her diplôme de pâtisserie from Le Cordon Bleu Paris, and apprenticed at the Michelin-starred restaurant Taillevent. She has appeared in The New York Times Food section and on Food Network’s Recipe for Success and Cooking Channel’s Unique Sweets. She has contributed to Cherry Bombe, Bon Appétit, Food 52 and The Washington Post. Klancy is an advisory board member for Equity at The Table (EATT).


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Mood-Boosting Rib Eye

Sauteed Potatoes

Spicy Spinach

Chestnut Cake with Chocolate Sauce

DATE | Wednesday, February 13th
TIME | 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
COST | $125

*Menu is subject to change

*Please note that all class sales are final. Students must cancel at least 72 hours before the scheduled class to receive a Cook Space credit of the purchase value. If you can’t  make it, we will happily welcome your guest!

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