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Experience Pike Place Market through the eyes of a chef! This cooking class takes place in the heart of this unique landmark and will introduce you to the Market community and give you the opportunity to create hearty multi-course meal with your chef. You’ll be treated to a tour through Pike Place to learn its history and meet our vendor partners. After selecting our fresh Market produce, everyone culminates back in the Atrium kitchen to cook three courses together. Eat Seattle used a hybrid demonstration/hand’s-on format to give the maximum value of teachings and allow those that would like to participate to do so. Your chef will reveal their techniques to be efficient and safe in the kitchen as well as deep dive into the value of the ingredients we use; we personally source our ingredients from our trusted partners. Everyone will leave with new knowledge and appreciation of the bounty of food that the northwest offers us.
This cooking class includes a four-course meal with snacks, a starter, main and dessert course as well as wine. We believe in eating real food, full of color and flavor. Quality ingredients are important to us and all of our food is fresh and locally sourced from Pike Place Market wherever possible. We design an experience that is decadent, informative and fun. Eat Seattle keeps class sizes small so everyone receives specialized attention and absorbs the full experience. You will also receive 10% discounts on our vendor partners and recipes to take home.
Menu: The 4-Course menu changes seasonally as to optimize on the fresh market ingredients. If you'd like to reach out to learn more about the menu please email: email@example.com
All classes begin with Beecher's Cheese, Crackers and Alderwood Smoked Wild King Salmon
February 16th: "Meat Sauces and Whiskey"
Starter: Bavarian Harvest Soup with Meatballs
Main: Pulled Pork, NW BBQ Sauce, Bourbon Sweet Potato Apple Mash
Dessert: Whiskey Tango Chocolate
Starter: Winter Kale Salad with Dried Cherries
Main: Apple Cider Braised Chicken, Herbed Rice Pilaf
Dessert: Rasperry Strussel Cake with lemon glaze
March 2nd: "Northwest Mardi Gras"
Starter - Steamed Penn Cove Mussels with Uli's Andouille Sausage, Garlic White Wine Broth
Main - Northwest Shrimp Etoufee, Oven Rice Pilaf
Dessert - Honeycrisp Apple Bread Pudding, Whisky Caramel Sauce
March 16th: "Return of the Halibut"
Starter: Steamed clams, Garlic Wine Broth, Bavarian meats bacon, Caramelized Shallot
Main- Pan Seared Halibut, Roasted Red Pepper Emulsion, Herbed Rice Pilaf
Dessert- Elleno's Coffee Cake with Lemon Glaze
Starter: Endive Salad, Watermelon Radish, Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette
Main: Kilt Lifter Battered Cod, Oven Roasted Chips, Northwest Fiesta Aioli (Eric’s muchacho allegro sauce: mayo, champagne vin, Mexicali blend from MarketSpice)
Dessert- Poached Pears, Creme Chantilly
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Taste Seattle Like a Local
Explore Seattle from the culinary perspective of a chef! Eat Seattle offers chef-guided food tours of Pike Place Market and cooking classes; highlighting Seattle through food. Learn where local chefs shop, taste seasonal Northwest food, discover where it comes from, uncover Seattle's story, gain a few cooking tips and, above all, have a blast. We design a premium experience combining flavor, food education and fun.