PO' BOY & GUMBO
Intermediate to Advanced
MAKE A TRADITIONAL PO BOY AND GUMBO WITH A NEW ORLEANS TOP CHEF
Gumbo is an 18th century dish originating in New Orleans with influences as varied as the influences of New Orleans itself. A little French, a little Spanish, African and even German. Chef Gason will virtually teach you (through video conference) how to make a traditional Creole Gumbo from his home in New Orleans.
But the Gumbo shouldn't overshadow what will be the beginning of your lifelong adventure into making Po' Boys. Chef Gason will teach you to make an all-dressed Shrimp and Oyster Po' Boy - making this the ultimate soup and sandwich cooking class.
COOKING CLASS MENU
Creole Style Gumbo | Seafood Stew
All Dressed Shrimp & Oyster Po' Boy | Fried, Stuffed and All-Dressed Sandwich
WHAT YOU GET
Personal Kitchen Assistant to answer all your questions
2-1/2 hour Private Cooking Class with a World Chef via Skype
Personalized step-by-step coaching
An awesome and authentic meal
Recipe Booklet to recreate your dishes again and again!
Po' Boy & Gumbo is a great cooking class for any Creole lover you know. The dishes make a great treat for any sports event. So learn how to make these classics, invite the friends over, turn on the game, and wow them with your New Orleans culinary skills.
"My wife and I had an absolutely wonderful "date night" with Chef Gason and The Chef & the Dish! First we got the kids out of the house. Then we opened a nice bottle of wine. And then we fired up Skype and learned how to make Jambalaya, Creole Crab Cakes, and New Orleans BBQ Shrimp. Each dish was excellent in its own right, the instructor was fun and friendly, and we now know how to make these delicious dishes for decades to come. We had such a magnificent evening that we've already gifted 3 gift cards to friends and family!" See More - Shane Silverberg
"We had a wonderful experience with Chef Gason during his Jambalaya cooking class! I booked the class for my boyfriend’s 30th birthday, and Chef Gason went out of his way to make sure we had a great time. He couldn’t have been friendlier or more helpful, and he shared so much about the history of New Orleans food and culture along the way. You can tell he is passionate about his food, his city, and sharing that love with new people. Oh, and we had so much delicious food"... See More - Colleen Thornhill
"My husband, Richard, and I just spent the evening with Chef Gason cooking Creole dishes. The whole experience was beyond all expectations. Chef Gason is clearly passionate about Louisiana cuisine and it rubs off. He made the class fun, interesting and also a learning experience. We cooked fried shrimp - to die for, crab cakes - with a perfect consistency, both crispy on the outside but oh so moist inside and then Jambalaya with its rich blended flavors. We even made hurr…" See More - Serena Jones