The December 7 performance pays wordless tribute to veterans while ringing in the holidays, with performances by the Delta College Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble and the Stockton Concert Band and Wind Ensemble. Treat your ear canals to an onslaught of melodically spoken syllables at the December 8 choral event, which features the Delta singers, the Delta Vocal Jazz and the Concert Choir, and as special guests, the SJDC Guitar Ensemble. The choir concert will present Christmas carols and songs from around the world, such as the recently uncovered remix of "Sleigh Ride" discovered in an Egyptian pharaoh's tomb.in the general admission auditorium.
Ms. Butterbeans' is an after school program and cooking school for kids ages 7-17 in Marin County, California. The school is focused
on important life skills such as gardening, cooking and social skills.
We also offer private classes & parties and open classes at Whole Foods Markets in Napa and Sacramento.
Ramekins offers cooking classes from award-winning chefs in a beautiful, European-style villa in the heart of wine country. During each three-hour cooking class, up to 12 fledgling gourmands prepare and eat a multicourse meal under the careful tutelage of a crack team of expert chefs using essential culinary techniques, such as meat seasoning, soup simmering, and chopping thrown tomatoes cleanly in twain.
If you ask Cafe Colucci founder Fetlework Tefferi, the secret to Ethiopian cooking is in the spices. In fact, they're such an integral part of the cooking that the cafe's sister company, Brundo Ethiopian Spices, manages all of the cafe's imports and the kitchen staff of acclaimed Ethiopian chefs manages the onsite spice blending. With that dedication to quality, freshness, and authenticity, the result is a menu of explosively flavorful takes on Ethiopian food?with vegetarian and meat options?that ranges from fiery to mild. Most people learn something new on a visit to Cafe Colucci, too: the back of the menu lists a glossary of Ethiopian culinary terms and accessible Ethiopian cooking classes are available to the public.
Brooke Preston was eating a lot of protein. While training for a figure competition, the athlete found herself consuming upwards of three pounds of buffalo meat per day. Then she started to develop thyroid problems, and took a step back to evaluate her situation?and more specifically, her diet. She discovered the healing power of raw foods and a plant-based diet, and she soon recovered from her thyroid imbalance. Food had changed her life.
Ms. Preston has been a chef now for more than 20 years, and she's still as health-conscious as ever. The Green Boheme brings some of her most creative flavors to the public at large, with a focus on food that is organic, vegan, raw, gluten-free, and soy-free. The business dons many hats, such as a cafe serving the likes of vegan "meatloaf" and pizza and a cooking school that teaches visitors how to create nutrient-rich meals.
Watch this video to learn more about Chef Preston's food philosophy.
Inspired by the slow-food movement, the instructors at Community Tap and Table encourage everyone to make food deliberately and from scratch. Their events include techniques for such projects as curing bacon at home, canning and preserving food, and making tea-smoked salmon. Several of their cooking classes include beer pairings, and glasses of craft brew clink together during a foodie book club, punctuating chatter. Customizable private parties bring beer and food into the comfort of clients’ own homes, where they and a few friends enjoy cooking and pairing lessons from staff chefs wielding local ingredients. A portion of Community Tap and Table’s proceeds funnels straight back into funding farm-to-table projects or job-training resources for students.