Oilerie® Brookfield January Cooking Classes

Dec. 27, 2010

The Oilerie® Brookfield will be offering a variety of cooking classes in January for those interested in furthering their culinary skills. Cooking classes will be led by Chef Jeff Masse and his staff. A variety of food types will be prepared and the cost per class is $45.

 

Tuesday, January 4th at 6pm

Teriyaki Strip Steak

Stir Fry Vegetables

Island Banana Foster

 

Thursday, January 6th at 6pm

Lamb Chops with Jalapeno Mint Sauce

Muddled Herb Potatoes

Peaches and Cake

 

Tuesday, January 11th at 6pm

Pork Medallions with Cider Sauce

Sautéed Greens and Beans

Angel Food Tiramisu

 

Thursday, January 13th at 6pm

Wiener Schnitzel

Green Cabbage and Carrots

Chocolate Nachos

 

Monday, January 17th at 6pm

Mediterranean Pasta Salad

Limoncello-Mint Lemonade

Island Banana Foster

 

Wednesday, January 19th at 6pm

Drunken Pork Chops with Blackberry Zinfandel Sauce

Baby Carrots with Mint Gremolata

Peaches and Cake

 

Monday, January 24th at 6pm

Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Tomato and Corn Relish

Grilled Potato Planks

Angel Food Tiramisu

 

Wednesday, January 26th at 6pm

Tuscan Bean Pasta with Lemon Thyme

Tomato Garlic Bread

Peaches and Cake

 

The Oilerie® Brookfield is an Olive Oil Bar® store located in The Plaza at 17135 W Bluemound Road in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Phone: 262-786-3000. The Oilerie® Brookfield offers over 30 varieties of extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars, sauces, seasonings, pasta, rice and olive oil based-beauty products. For more information, visit the Oilerie® Brookfield or call (262) 786-3000.

 

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