Teen’s at Whisk – Ringing in the New Year – Mexico – Daily

What better way to ring in the New Year than to celebrate a different country without needing a passport!  Every country has their own way of ringing in the New Year and many of the traditions revolve around foods that are eaten to bring good luck, prosperity and longevity throughout the coming year.  In this hands-on, 1-day class, Chef Lee Baker will lead your teen through both savory and sweet dishes that might become traditions in your family.  Each day they will sample their creations in class and bring the rest home for all to enjoy.

Tuesday – Mexico

  • Chicken Tamales
  • Salsa Verde
  • Churros with Hot Chocolate Sauce

All classes are taught by a culinary professional, with 2 assistants.

No prior cooking experience is required, just an interest to learn.

For safety reasons, please tie long hair back and wear closed-toed shoes.

Students will be working with flour, butter and eggs, so we cannot accommodate students with allergies to working with gluten, dairy or eggs.

Teens at Whisk – 3 Day – Ringing in the New Year Around the World

This 3-Day Camp is designed for teens ages 13-18.

What better way to ring in the New Year than to celebrate in four different countries without needing a passport!  Every country has their own way of ringing in the New Year and many of the traditions revolve around foods that are eaten to bring good luck, prosperity and longevity throughout the coming year.  In this hands-on, 3-day camp, Chef Lee Baker will lead your teen through both savory and sweet dishes that might become traditions in your family.  Each day they will sample their creations in class and bring the rest home for all to enjoy.

Tuesday – Mexico

  • Chicken Tamales
  • Salsa Verde
  • Churros with Hot Chocolate Sauce

Wednesday – Italy & Spain

  • Homemade Cheese Tortellini
  • Creamy Tomato Sauce
  • Mini Italian Grape Surprise Cakes

Thursday – Germany

  • Pork Schnitzel
  • Spätzle with Thyme and Lemon
  • Berliners (Jelly filled doughnuts traditionally eaten at midnight)

All classes are taught by a culinary professional, with 2 assistants.

No prior cooking experience is required, just an interest to learn.

For safety reasons, please tie long hair back and wear closed-toed shoes.

Students will be working with flour, butter and eggs, so we cannot accommodate students with allergies to working with gluten, dairy or eggs.

Kids in the Kitchen – 3 Day – Ringing in the New Year Around the World

This 3-Day Camp is designed for kids ages 8-12.

What better way to ring in the New Year than to celebrate in four different countries without needing a passport!  Every country has their own way of ringing in the New Year and many of the traditions revolve around foods that are eaten to bring good luck, prosperity and longevity throughout the coming year.  In this hands-on, 3-day camp, Chef Lee Baker will lead your kids through both savory and sweet dishes that might become traditions in your family.  Each day they will sample their creations in class and bring the rest home for all to enjoy.

Tuesday – Mexico

  • Traditional Chicken Tostadas with shredded chicken, refried beans and lots of topping
  • Churros with Hot Chocolate Sauce

Wednesday – Italy & Spain

  • Homemade Fresh Egg Pasta Fettuccine
  • Creamy Cheese Sauce with Ham and Peas
  • Mini Italian Grape Surprise Cakes

Thursday – Germany

  • Pork Schnitzel
  • Spätzle with Thyme and Lemon
  • Hand Shaped Marzipan and White Chocolate Pigs

All classes are taught by a culinary professional, with 2 assistants.

No prior cooking experience is required, just an interest to learn.

For safety reasons, please tie long hair back and wear closed-toed shoes.

Students will be working with flour, butter and eggs, so we cannot accommodate students with allergies to working with gluten, dairy or eggs.

Street Foods of the World

Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders in this hands-on class where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in the markets, festivals, and by street vendors from around the world. From Morocco to Japan, Mexico to Senegal, in this class you will prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures from the simple perfection of the taco, the warm comfort of “Japanese pizza”, to the glory of two different types of grilled-meat-on-a-stick!

Make, eat and enjoy street foods from

  • Morocco – Chermoula Chicken
  • Mexico – Alambres, Steak and Bacon Tacos with Salsa Verde
  • West Africa – Spicy Peanut-Dusted Beef Skewers
  • Japan – Okonomiyaki – Seafood Pancakes

Participants will have the option of enjoying wine or beer as street food is always best with a beverage!

Street Foods of the World

Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders in this hands-on class where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in the markets, festivals, and by street vendors from around the world. From Morocco to Japan, Mexico to Senegal, in this class you will prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures from the simple perfection of the taco, the warm comfort of “Japanese pizza”, to the glory of two different types of grilled-meat-on-a-stick!

Make, eat and enjoy street foods from

  • Morocco – Chermoula Chicken
  • Mexico – Alambres, Steak and Bacon Tacos with Salsa Verde
  • West Africa – Spicy Peanut-Dusted Beef Skewers
  • Japan – Okonomiyaki – Seafood Pancakes

Participants will have the option of enjoying wine or beer as street food is always best with a beverage!

Street Foods of the World – II

Added by popular demand…more street foods!
Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders for this hands-on experience where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in markets, festivals, and by street vendors around the world. Travel from Lebanon to Mexico to Singapore, while you prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures.  Come travel with us!

Make, eat and enjoy street foods from

  • Lebanon – Grilled Lamb Kofta Skewers with fluffy garlic sauce
  • Mexico – Chicken Tinga Pambazos
  • Singapore – Stir fried Chili Prawns

Street food is always best with a beverage,  option of enjoying wine or beer.

Tex Mex – Fiesta Ready!

Elevate your game when it comes to preparing a Tex-Mex meal, whether it’s for your family or a fiesta for friends or just celebrating Cinco de Mayo!!

Chef Jen Tarantino Reyes will show you how to make fresh handmade flour tortillas (and I mean fresh, without grocery store additives and preservatives)!  You’ll never want store bought again!  Your fresh tortillas will be brimming with flank steak and all the toppings and sides necessary for a fantastic Tex-Mex Fiesta!

Come join us in this hands-on class and make:

  • Jalapeño Queso (with store bought chips)
  • Pico de Gallo 
  • Mexican Street Corn Salad
  • Shaved Flank Steak Meat – Marinated then Pan-Seared with Homemade Fresh Pork Fat Flour Tortillas 

We’ll cook and sip cold Beers and/or Margaritas!  (2pp)

Street Foods of the World

Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders in this hands-on class where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in the markets, festivals, and by street vendors from around the world. From Morocco to Japan, Mexico to Senegal, in this class you will prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures from the simple perfection of the taco, the warm comfort of “Japanese pizza”, to the glory of two different types of grilled-meat-on-a-stick!

Make, eat and enjoy street foods from

  • Morocco – Chermoula Chicken
  • Mexico – Alambres- Steak and Bacon Tacos with Salsa Verde
  • West Africa – Spicy Peanut-Dusted Beef Skewers
  • Japan – Okanomiyaki – Seafood Pancakes

Participants will have the option of enjoying wine or beer as street food is always best with a beverage!

Street Foods of the World

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Customs thumbnail photos commissioned by Neversink Creative.

Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders in this hands-on class where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in the markets, festivals, and by street vendors from around the world. From Morocco to Japan, Mexico to Senegal, in this class you will prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures from the simple perfection of the taco, the warm comfort of “Japanese pizza”, to the glory of two different types of grilled-meat-on-a-stick!

Make, eat and enjoy street foods from

  • Morocco – Chermoula Chicken
  • Mexico – Alambres- Steak and Bacon Tacos with Salsa Verde
  • West Africa – Spicy Peanut-Dusted Beef Skewers
  • Japan – Okanomiyaki – Seafood Pancakes

Participants will have the option of enjoying wine or beer as street food is always best with a beverage!

STREET FOODS OF THE WORLD

Want to expand your culinary passport? Are you looking for a new dish to spice up your repertoire? Do you dream of tasty treats on foreign streets, but haven’t been able to get away? If the answer is yes, this class is for you! Join Chef Drew Flanders in this hands-on class where you will prepare simple but flavor-packed dishes inspired by foods sold in the markets, festivals, and by street vendors from around the world. From Morocco to Japan, Mexico to Senegal, in this class you will prepare and enjoy a variety of flavors and textures from the simple perfection of the taco, the warm comfort of “Japanese pizza”, to the glory of two different types of grilled-meat-on-a-stick!
Make, eat amd enjoy from
Morocco – Chermoula Chicken 
Mexico – Alambres- Steak and Bacon Tacos with Salsa Verde
West Africa – Spicey Peanut-Dusted Beef Skewers
Japan – Okanomiyaki – Seafood Pancakes
Participants will have the option of enjoying a wine or beer as street food is always best with a beverage!