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Archive for January, 2014

Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Kitchen Conservatory! Thirty favorite chefs will demonstrate their talents over six different cooking classes. Sample the extraordinary creations of our culinary stars. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION I                 The March anniversary class features Christopher Lee (River City), Jon Lowe, Jack MacMurray (Joe Buck’s Downtown), Vito Racanelli […]

When Mickey Kitterman presented a non-corned beef menu for St. Patrick’s Day, we said, “great.” When we tasted the Irish Whiskey Butter on Guinness Rib-Eye Steaks, we said, “wow.” Don’t wait until March to eat this superb entree! Make extra of the butter sauce just to slather on bread. Adding flavors to butter, known as […]

Everybody knows and loves tomato soup, so what’s special about this recipe? The tomatoes are slow-roasted and the addition of fire-roasted red bell peppers intensifies the tomato flavor. The soup may look unassuming, but take one taste and you will declare it the best tomato soup ever. Celebrate our 30th anniversary with our Top Thirty […]

Our recipe countdown continues with #29: Roasted Asparagus with Salsa Verde. We have never tired of eating this fresh, colorful, and piquant salsa. Originally created by Kirk Warner of Kirk’s Traveling Kitchen, the asparagus salsa is a favorite topping for grilled fish, but the salsa is also delicious on omelets, beef, and chips — or […]

Celebrate the Thirtieth Anniversary of Kitchen Conservatory, which was founded in 1984! We have selected the Top Thirty Recipes from our cooking classes. Watch our countdown of our favorite recipes, which will be available for purchase for a dollar apiece. #30 is Banana Walnut Frangipane Tart, originally created by chef Barry Marcus, who specializes in […]