For bartenders, bar operators, or others intending to enter those jobs, this course presents the basic procedures for implementing and maintaining a bar operation. Learn the various forms of alcoholic beverages including wine, beer, and spirits; how to stock a bar; bar layout; and other duties and functions of the bartender. In Maryland, alcohol servers must be at least 18 years old. Senior adult and disabled retiree course fee waivers apply. Transcript available.
Have fun making fast treats to take along for a hike or to the pool. Learn to make cookies in a funnel, brownies with a punch, and mini cupcakes to decorate and share with others. Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes.
Enjoy cooking? Why not make it even more fun?! Make animal-shaped salads, mac and cheese hero style, breakfast with a flare, and more! Let the teacher know at the first class if you have any allergies. (Additional forms required.) Participants must wear closed-toe shoes.
What a feast we have planned for you! Upon arrival, enjoy shrimp and grits, red pepper hummus with pita, and crab dip, all served family style. Then move on to a pear gorgonzola salad. There are four choices for entrees: crab cake topped with remoulade and served with garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables; tilapia sauteed with a white wine lemon butter sauce with basil and tomato, served with Carolina Gold rice and local vegetables; acorn squash stuffed with vegetable risotto, served with butternut squash puree and roasted beet oil and topped with shaved sheep's cheese; chicken saltimbocca, a boneless breast sauteed with fresh sage in a Marsala wine butter sauce and topped with prosciutto and fontina, served over spinach aglio olio. Dessert will be your choice from the restaurant's list of house made desserts. Enjoy a glass of wine to wash it all down. Following lunch, hear Tom's Ten Tips for the home cook. Transportation to 209 N Washington Street, Havre de Grace is on your own. Complete the registration form and liability form when registering. Include your lunch selection on the liability form. Space is limited.
Enjoy dinner at one of Harford County's newest restaurants - One Eleven Main. Start with cream of parsley soup or a Bibb lettuce salad and then choose between hanger steak, half a chicken, or fish. Each entrée is served with appropriate seasonal sides and a glass of wine. Dessert is the chef's choice. After dinner, the owners will discuss the joys and challenges of opening a restaurant. Transportation to 111 South Main, Bel Air is on your own. When registering, complete the registration form and liability form. Indicate soup or salad and your entree selection on the liability form.
Cook up savory dishes and desserts from scratch that are fun, fresh, and flavorful. This cooking class is highly recommended for teens with culinary interest. Learn a variety of cooking methods including sauteing, pan-searing, and braising, to name a few. Topics include kitchen safety, basic knife skills, nutrition, menu planning, selecting ingredients, and measurement.