Learn to Cook an Irish-Inspired Meal at The Cook’s Warehouse, Just in Time for St. Patrick’s Day – Saturday, March 12, 2011
Every St. Patrick’s Day I cook a big traditional Irish-American meal, just like my parents always made when I was growing up: a huge hunk of corned beef with cabbage and boiled potatoes. After college, I added potato leek soup and soda bread to my March 17 repertoire and started holding a St. Patty’s Day dinner for my friends – it was a great excuse to cook for them and have a party.
If you’re looking for a little inspiration for your St. Patrick’s Day dinner table, why not sign up for the Luck O’ the Irish cooking class at The Cook’s Warehouse tomorrow, Saturday, March 12, 2011. From 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM, Laurie & Will Moore of Moore Farms will teach you to make their takes on classic Irish dishes, such as Irish soda bread, Irish cornbread, a comforting, warming Irish stew, and stuffed cabbage. Because St. Patrick’s Day isn’t complete without some nice, cold beer, the class will also include a sampling of local beers.
The class is $45.00 per person and there is only room for 25 people in the class. There is still space available, but if you’re interested, you should sign up soon! Registration is available online through The Cook’s Warehouse website. The class takes place at The Cook’s Warehouse Decatur location.