Thursday, December 16, 2021
Huntington’s Kitchen, a community outreach program of Cabell Huntington Hospital, has announced its cooking class schedule for January 2022.
All classes are 6-8 p.m. and limited to 16 participants, ages 15 and up, unless otherwise specified. Masks are required and social distancing guidelines will be followed. Registration is required by calling 304.522.0887 or by visiting huntingtons-kitchen.org.
Wednesday, Jan. 12
Instant Pot® 101
Do you have an Instant Pot, or other electric pressure cooker and don’t know how to use it? Or maybe you’re just looking for some new recipes to try? In this class, learn how to make ribs, beef gyros, General Tso’s chicken and a shrimp boil. Cost: $20 per person.
Monday, Jan. 17
Learn how to make pho, a classic Vietnamese dish. We’ll make a broth in under an hour that tastes like it cooked all day. Cost: $20 per person.
Tuesday, Jan. 18
What’s For Dinner Tonight?
Chef Marty is making what he wants to have for dinner and he thought you might enjoy it too. In this class, we’re making Gochujang (Korean chili pasta), roasted chicken with veggies and crispy rice. Cost: $20 per person.
Monday, Jan. 24
Sushi is not only fun to eat, but also fun to make. Get a firsthand lesson on making sushi rice and rolls. This class is limited to 12 participants, ages 18 and up. Cost: $25 per person.
Wednesday, Jan. 26
This class can teach you how to make a dark roux for chicken and sausage gumbo, a traditional Southern cuisine. Cost: $20 per person.
Monday, Jan. 31
In this cooking class for kids, you can learn basic knife skills while making smothered chicken and roasted potatoes. This class is for ages 10-18 and limited to 12 participants. Cost: $20 per person.
Huntington's Kitchen is a community food center, where people come to learn, cook and experience everything that well-prepared food and healthy living have to offer. Its mission is to help prevent and reduce diet-related disease through education about healthy food and healthy cooking.
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