Environmentally aware Westside green thumbs obsess over eco-friendly cuisine, but you don't have to subsist on home-grown veggies to be a sustainable superstar. Become self-sufficient in the kitchen with today's DIY deal from Chef Brian Lewis: Spend $60 (regularly $125) for a farm-to-table cooking lesson, including a three-course meal and wine pairing. Join a small group of cooks-to-be at Surfas in Culver City on a Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. Choose from a unique two-hour class -- vegetarian, pasta-making, fish-cooking, or a seared chicken breast how-to -- and each student will learn how to prepare a salad or appetizer, main course, and dessert using seasonal ingredients. Lewis specializes in contemporary French and continental cooking and has created dishes for some of Los Angeles's most exclusive restaurants, including Nobu and La Grande Orange. Give this deal two (green) thumbs up, and take your meal from the farm to the table, and from the table into your belly.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 21, 2012
Chef Brian Lewis
Two-Hour Cooking Class with Three-Course Meal and Wine Pairing
- from $60