Miami and Seattle Coming Up


Here’s a little reminder about French happiness coming your way!cabbage-and-leeks

I’ll be giving you my French culinary tips and secrets in Miami January 16-18 at the amazing Gastronomicom cooking school, and in Seattle February 8-10 in a beautiful Mercer Island kitchen.
There are a few spots available so step right up to register.
Three days! Authentic French cooking – the updated classics! Luxurious meals based on  gorgeous and delicious tradition that YOU make yourself!

Susan Herrmann Loomis

I’ll share  tips and secrets, techniques, and stories about food, wine, and French life. With me, you will cook your way to delicious meals using the finest local and seasonal ingredients, then sit down to enjoy them together, the way the French do. And you will be guaranteed to leave  classes an accomplished, confident cook.

Bring your friends, bring your partner, bring your mom, bring your daughter or come by yourself. Places are limited: sign up now.

Sample Menus (based on availability of ingredients):

Menu 1

Techniques: saute, French pie pastry, emulsion, confit
Sautéed Walnut-Stuffed Dates
Lamb Tagine with Confit Dried Plums
Salad with Hazelnut Vinaigrette
Tarte Tatin

Menu 2:

Techniques: roasting, tasting and working with chocolate, braising
Mushrooms with Chorizo
The Perfect Roast Chicken
Herb Braised Romanesco
Salad with Soy Vinaigrette
Warm Chocolate Cake

Menu 3:

Techniques: working with artichokes, working with shrimp, Infusing, poaching
Mushroom and Artichoke Salad
Shrimp and Jasmine Salad
Quinoa with Herbs
Salad with Classic Vinaigrette
Poached Pears

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