THE SPANISH KITCHEN – PAELLA

  • Spain’s most iconic dish, Paella, is the perfect centerpiece to share with family and friends. Join Spanish-educated and trained, Chef Yary, and take a trip for the evening to learn how to prepare the perfect gluten-free, celebration menu. 

You’ll learn from the Paella Master tips about choosing the right rice, where to get the best saffron, and the difference between Mexican and Spanish chorizo. You’ll leave this class with the confidence to make this Spanish feast at home. Olé!

Guests are greeted with tapas made by Chef Yary and a carafe of sangria, white or red wine.

Then you’ll learn how to prepare:

Paella Mixta (a seafood & meat paella stuffed with shrimp, mussels, clams, calamari, pork ribs, chorizo and chicken in a tomato saffron sofrito sauce)

Asparagus, Piquillo Peppers and Caramelized Leeks topped with Lemon Herb Vinaigrette

A group of 2 or more can choose to make a vegetarian, all meat, or all seafood version. Just let us know.

No single orders, please, during this limited capacity time.

Let’s Tango – Latin Tapa’s

Join us for a tango around Latin American in this hands-on, Latin-Inspired Tapas Class. The tango was flavored by ingredients of dance from Spain, Cuba and South America. Join Chef Yary as we use the history of the tango as a guide for our Latin-infused tapas. You will be greeted with a dish from Yary’s home country of:

Cuba – Mashed Potato Cups filled with Chicken Ropa cooked with peppers, shallots, chilis, tomatoes, basil, cilantro and spices.

Then, you’ll get busy and make:

From Peru – Tiradito con crema de aji amarillo:  Peruvian ceviche sea bass with a Peruvian yellow pepper sauce

From Columbia – Arepas con hogao y huevo:  Colombian arepas (fresh corn cakes stuffed with cheese) topped with Colombian creole sauce and a fried quail egg

From Argentina – Carne y chimichurri:  Grilled New York Steak sliced thin on grilled crostini with Argentina’s famous chimichurri sauce

The Cuban Kitchen – Tapas

Looking for a new, creative dish to add to your repertoire? One thing is for certain – you’ll rarely go wrong if you prepare something with a little international flair. In this hands on-class, Chef Yary, a Cuban native, will use her culinary expertise to help you prepare Cuban dishes that will surely make your “do over” list. These Cuban classics will elevate your palate and leave your family and friends wanting more!

Cuban-Style Crab Cakes – chilies, onions, garlic, tomato, herbs and capers with an avocado herb crema and spicy mango relish

Crispy Mojo-Marinated Pork Rib Bites with Fresno Chile Chimichurri – St. Louis-style cut pork ribs marinated in a Cuban mojo sauce, then pan-seared and served with Fresno chile chimichurri

Tostones and Cuban-Style Carne Asada with Chiles and Crema Brava – pan-roasted marinated beef with spices and lime, served over fried plantains and drizzled with pickled chile peppers and spicy aioli

The Argentinian Inspired 3-Course Dinner

Argentines have a reputation for their love of eating. Invitations to have dinner at home are generally viewed as a symbol of friendship, warmth and integration. The Argentinian cuisine is a cultural blending of Mediterranean influences from early Italian and Spanish settlers, followed by British, German and Jewish immigrants who brought their styles and foods with them. Come join Chef Yary to create a meal to remember, making some of Argentina’s culinary classics.

You will make and enjoy:

Provoleta – Argentinian-style grilled, provolone cheese drizzled with Argentinian olive oil, oregano, red pepper flakes and parsley; served with crostini

The Asado – “gathering for a grill party” – Grilled New York Steak with horseradish aioli and chimichurri [or vegetable plate of bell peppers, chili peppers, jalapeños, red onions and asparagus]

Flan Mixto – Crème caramel, whipped cream, dulce de leche and berries

The Cuban Kitchen – Tapas

Looking for new, creative dishes to add to your repertoire? One thing is for certain – you’ll rarely go wrong if you prepare something with a little international flair. In this hands on-class, Chef Yary, a Cuban native, will use her culinary expertise to help you prepare Cuban dishes that will surely make your “do over” list. These Cuban classics will elevate your palate and leave your family and friends wanting more!

Cuban-Style Crab Cakes – chilies, onions, garlic, tomato, herbs and capers with an avocado herb crema and spicy mango relish

Crispy Mojo-Marinated Pork Rib Bites with Fresno Chile Chimichurri – St. Louis-style cut pork ribs marinated in a Cuban mojo sauce then pan-seared and served with Fresno chile chimichurri sauce

Tostones and Cuban-Style Carne Asada with Chili and Crema Brava – pan-roasted marinated beef with spices and lime, served over fried plantains drizzled with pickled chili peppers and spicy aioli

The Argentinian 3-Course Dinner

The Argentinians have a reputation for their love of eating. Invitations to have dinner at home are generally viewed as a symbol of friendship, warmth, and integration. The Argentinian cuisine is a cultural blending of Mediterranean influences of early Italian and Spanish settlers, followed by British, German and Jewish peoples bringing their styles and foods with them. Come join Chef Yary to create a meal to remember making some of Argentina’s food classics.

You will make and enjoy:

Provoleta – Argentinian-style grilled provolone cheese drizzled with Argentinian olive oil, oregano, red pepper flakes and parsley served with crostini

The Asado – “gathering for a grill party” – Grilled New York Steak with horseradish aioli and chimichurri or vegetable plate of bell peppers, chili peppers, jalapeños, red onions and asparagus

Flan Mixto – crème caramel, whipped cream, dulce de leche and berries

The Spanish Kitchen – Paella

Spain’s most iconic dish, Paella, is the perfect centerpiece to share with family and friends. Join Spanish-educated and trained, Chef Yary, and take a trip for the evening to learn how to prepare the perfect gluten-free, celebration menu. 

You’ll learn from the Paella Master tips about choosing the right rice, where to get the best saffron, and the difference between Mexican and Spanish chorizo. You’ll leave this class with the confidence to make this Spanish feast at home. Olé!

Guests are greeted with tapas made by Chef Yary and a carafe of sangria, white or red wine.

Then you’ll learn how to prepare:

Paella Mixta (a seafood & meat paella stuffed with shrimp, mussels, clams, calamari, pork ribs, chorizo and chicken in a tomato saffron sofrito sauce)

Asparagus, Piquillo Peppers and Caramelized Leeks topped with Lemon Herb Vinaigrette

A group of 2 or more can choose to make a vegetarian, all meat, or all seafood version. Just let us know.

No single orders, please, during this limited capacity time.

The Spanish Kitchen – Paella

Spain’s most iconic dish, Paella, is the perfect centerpiece to share with family and friends. Join Spanish-educated and trained, Chef Yary, and take a trip for the evening to learn how to prepare the perfect gluten-free, celebration menu. 

You’ll learn from the Paella Master tips about choosing the right rice, where to get the best saffron, and the difference between Mexican and Spanish chorizo. You’ll leave this class with the confidence to make this Spanish feast at home. Olé!

Guests are greeted with tapas made by Chef Yary and a carafe of sangria, white or red wine.

Then you’ll learn how to prepare:

Paella Mixta (a seafood & meat paella stuffed with shrimp, mussels, clams, calamari, pork ribs, chorizo and chicken in a tomato saffron sofrito sauce)

Asparagus, Piquillo Peppers and Caramelized Leeks topped with Lemon Herb Vinaigrette

A group of 2 or more can choose to make a vegetarian, all meat, or all seafood version. Just let us know.

No single orders, please, during this limited capacity time.

The Caribbean Inspired 3 Course Dinner

Turn your kitchen into an Island Getaway! Join our Caribbean-born Chef Yary as she takes your taste buds on a tropical getaway in this hands-on class. Learn how to make a traditional Jerk seasoning from scratch and start your night out with a spicy, fresh starter. Flavorful spices and herbs take over the main course that is finished with a cooling relish. Warm ginger complements seasonal fruit for a refreshing dessert. You’ll finish your hands-on class feeling refreshed and invigorated as if you’ve just taken a vacation.

Jerk marinated Tuna Steak, Caramelized Pineapple, with a Red Peppers Relish.

Pork Tenderloin crusted with Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Mustard, Garlic and Honey, with a Green Apple, Date, Herbs Relish, Orange-thyme glazed Carrots and Charred Spicy Broccolini.

Pear, Apple, Ginger Crumble, served with Chantilly Cream.