Pineapples of the Carribean: Pineapple Curry, Sweet Wontons & Cocktail Pairing
April 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm$70.00
Essentially, Caribbean cuisine is a mixture of foods from many cultures. It includes ingredients and flavors from many parts of the world. African, Creole, Cajun, Amerindian, European, Latin American, East/North Indian, Middle Eastern, and Chinese cuisine have all had an influence on Caribbean cooking. Nevertheless, all these distinct flavors have melded together to create a recognizably “Caribbean” cuisine. It’s important to remember that the Caribbean region includes many different countries. Furthermore, each of these countries has their own variations on traditional Caribbean dishes. All Caribbean Island food has one thing in common: they are a culinary fusion of local native cuisine and the flavors brought by the early European settlers.
With this in mind, the possibilities for learning different dishes are endless. For this class we’ve chosen to go a traditional tropical route and teach you how to make a scrumptious Carribean Courgette Curry with Pineapple. In case you are wondering, a courgette is the fancy way of saying, “zucchini”. It’s full of vibrant colors, flavors, juicy pineapples and creamy coconut. An island dream dish. We will also learn to make a delectable treat of Carribean Sweet Wontons that are filled with cream cheese, coconut, pineapple, banana and nuts and dusted with powdered sugar. And let’s round this class off by creating a pared Carribean Rum Punch cocktail crafted with you by our inhouse Mixologist Mandy to enjoy with this amazing meal!
**This is a hands-on class for 21 years or older. Each person will have their own station to learn alongside with Chef Nico. You can eat or take your creation afterwards. An electronic recipe & instruction card is emailed to you within 72-hours after the conclusion of the class.**