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19Dec
Holiday Vegetables: Techniques and Transformation
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Christopher Kimball's Milk Street
Date: December 19, 2018 to December 19, 2018
Where: Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, 177 Milk Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02109
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Food & Dining, Family
Ticket Price: N/A
This holiday season, vegetable are the most exciting ingredients in the Milk Street kitchen. They are colorful chameleons under our control. We can make them shine prepared simply or with decadence; train them to be sweet, sour, bitter, or rich; and coax them to fall away tender from the fork or march crisply across our palates. It's all in how we prepare them. We will show you how to be a vegetable whisperer as we make Sweet Potato Tian, Roasted Cauliflower with Caraway and Buttered Bread Crumbs, Sicilian Orange, Fennel and Caper Salad, and Green Beans with Almonds and Spice. As you cook and eat you will learn all that vegetables have to offer to your holiday table, and beyond, this year.  FAQs What is the maximum number of students per class? Different classes have different student/participant caps. Here are general guidelines for maximum student capacity: Hands-on cooking classes: 16 Milk Street Sessions: 50 Cooking Demonstations: 50 Free monthly tour: 30 What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Please get directions to 49 India Street and walk across the street ot the double brown doors, with bowties on them. 177 Milk Street (our building) has multiple doors, most of which are locked by 6 p.m. If you need access to the handicap entrance, please email [email protected] Thank you! Parking garages: Boston Harbor Garage (known as the Aquarium Garage) 75 State Street Trains Aquarium stop on the Blue Line State Street on Blue and Orange Line Government Center on the Blue and Green Lines Haymarket on the Orange and Green Lines, and multiple bus lines Bus Lines 4, 92, 93, 352, 354  What can/can't I bring/wear to the event? Please wear close-toed shoes and tie back long hair. You are welcome to bring a phone or camera.  No pets allowed.  Is this a demo or hands-on cooking class? This is a hands-on cooking class. Should I eat a snack before class? You will making and tasting ample portions of holiday vegetable dishes throughout c
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