Raised in England and Ireland respectively, Rebecca Binks and Lisa McMullan founded Rhubarb Kitchen to share their nostalgic love for homestyle British cuisine. Meeting in Rebecca's home kitchen, the duo's cooking demonstrations teach 16–20 students how to create some of Great Britain's most iconic dishes. Options include beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips, raspberry and sherry trifles, and house-made jam with scones. In addition to sampling the cuisine afterward, attendees can also savor a complimentary glass of Pimm’s, sparkling wine, or tea, or ask their hosts for practice pronouncing "color" with an extra "u."
Fully approved certification by the New York State Liquor Authority ATAP, 1-800-BARTEND educates students in the art and science of mixed-drink pouring and presentation an d the improtance of Abc Laws. Apprentice mixologists get acquainted with the functions of different bar tools while learning standardized cocktails should be shaken, stirred, or whisked using a handful of uncooked angel-hair pasta. 1-800-BARTEND's seasoned tenders aid students in memorizing the recipes, garnishes, and matching glassware of the most popular concoctions. The school's classrooms resemble mock cocktail lounges with ample shot glasses and jukeboxes, giving students a realistic setting to practice drink vending.
When you need a little more flavor in your life, spruce up your daily meals with some spices and seasonings from here.
Balance out the taste of a midday dessert with one of the excellent coffees or teas at Long Island Cooking.
Choose from meaty and veggie favorites at Long Island Cooking and munch your way through a tasty sandwich.
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After getting his start in the food industry at age 12 as a dishwasher at the Brooklyn IHOP, Ian Russo quickly moved up the ranks spending years in highly rated restaurants such as La Reserve and Le Chantilly. Following in the footsteps of many young chefs, Ian then set out to travel the world to hone his craft and learn the many cuisines and techniques of cooking. While training at legendary chef André Daguin’s Hôtel de France, in Gascony, chef Ian spent his spare time eating a meal at every three-star rated restaurant in France, Switzerland, and Spain. Taking all he learned back to New York, Ian learned a completely new style of cooking, Hawaiian fusion cuisine, from chef Roy Yamaguchi at the famed Roy’s, and later took these newly acquired skills to Hawaii where he served as executive chef at the award-winning Michel’s in Honolulu.
Chef Ian gained this enormous range of culinary knowledge before moving home and opening his own restaurant, IAN, in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. There, he developed a spice blend called Dirty Dust that, combined with a caramelizing agent (often honey), is used for Ian's signature cooking style, Dirty Cooking. This method spawned the Dirty Burger, and its popularity led Ian to open a burger joint in its name on Long Island. The success of this location has given Chef Russo confidence that opening 5-10 more Dirty Burger locations in the near future is part of his culinary horizon.
Prepping for your annual arts and crafts festival? Pick up some supplies at AC Moore in Bethpage.
Whether you're an artist or just an admirer, come check out the collection of exclusive handcrafted artwork.
If you're commuting by car, you will be happy to know that AC Moore is located near a number of parking options.
So whether you're coloring with your toddler or just discovering your artistic side, AC Moore makes it easy to get your hands dirty with awesome art supplies.
Oh My Girls! brings home ec classes into the 21st century by placing the emphasis squarely on young women. There are healthy cooking classes where students learn the value of better nutrition, fitness classes where they learn the empowering benefit of peer support, and workshops where they build healthy body image that draws on inner confidence rather than prescriptive media stereotypes.