Add a bit of French flair to the holiday menu with tips and techniques from Cook Au Vin's daily classes. Your four-hour session begins with snacking on freshly baked baguettes, French butter, and imported cheese at this spot, located on North Elston Avenue just above Webster Avenue:
$130 ($260 value) for a BYOB Chanel holiday menu cooking class for two
This session is a little less technical and starts with bouchées à la reine, a puff pastry filled with meat and vegetables, before moving on to the main dish of homemade sausage with boar. A twice-baked apple filled with an apple and caramelized onion chutney serves as a side, with meringue-topped vanilla custard as dessert.
$150 ($300 value) for a BYOB Cotillon holiday menu cooking class for two
This menu is slightly more technical and upscale, beginning with a smoked salmon roll stuffed with sautéed pear, basil, and pine nuts. Turkey filet mignon pairs with pumpkin and potato gratin, finished off with Baked Alaska -- a meringue cake.
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Cook Au Vin
Infuse French Cooking Techniques Into Your Holiday Meal
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