Choose from Four Options
- $45 for a cooking class for one on a Saturday ($75 value)
- $89 for a cooking class for two on a Saturday ($150 value)
- $39 for a cooking class for one on a Sunday ($75 value)
- $75 for a cooking class for two on a Sunday ($150 value)
During classes, guest chefs, vintners, and other culinary talents instill their pupils with the knowledge needed to create gourmet Italian cuisine using Mediterranean sea salts and ingredients from local farmers. These lessons aim to simplify the cooking process and give attendees the confidence they need to re-create the recipes at home. Classes start in the spring of 2015 at 6 p.m.; they usually last 2.5–3.5 hours.
Dalice Elizabeth Winery
Soft breezes skip off the shores of Amos Lake, rustling through trees and across the grassy acreage that surrounds Dalice Elizabeth Winery, where second-, third-, and fourth-generation Italian Americans share the secrets of their polished craft. Having dispersed its all-natural specialty foods and wines internationally, the winery's founding family continually impresses the palates of casual indulgers and contest judges alike, churning out grape-to-bottle chardonnays, merlots, and sauvignons that cannot be found on the shelves of local stores. In addition to tastings, the winery hosts winemaking and cooking classes, during which glasses clink between aspiring chefs and vintners as they learn to entertain houseguests or polite burglars with style and ease.