The Institute of Culinary Education (ICE) Recreational Division is the United States’ largest hands-on cooking, pastry, baking and wine education program with 1,700 classes offered seven days and nights a week. Each year, over 23,000 students choose to learn a variety of popular regional and international cuisines alongside prominent chefs in small classes.
Callaloo and Buss Up Shut. Mother-In-Law and Kuchela. Chip Chip and Doubles. The verbiage of Trinidad?ขวจัขs cuisine is both lyrical and mysterious and tells the story of a rich and eclectic cultural heritage. Ramin Ganeshram, author of Sweet Hands: Island Cooking From Trinidad And Tobago and a thirteen-year veteran journalist, shares some of the most popular foods from this Caribbean nation, which boasts an organic fusion of African, East Indian, Chinese, Spanish, and native-Caribbean cuisines. Students will get to try their hands at traditional ?ขวจ?์home?ขวจฌ๙ fare and the street food that is so popular throughout the island—plus a not-to-be-missed secret family recipe for a truly festive rum punch! Your menu will consist of Aloo Pie; Accras; Creole Fried Fish; Beef Stew with Dumplings; Chicken Pelau; and Rum Punch.
Man just reading that has my tummy rumbling! I’d sign up! Unfortunately the course isn’t being offered at the moment however I’d definitely keep an eye on the site to see if it opens up again.