CHOWDER & CRAB CAKES
Seafood, Date-Ideas, Foundational Learning
Beginner to Advanced
LEARN HOW TO MAKE CLASSIC CHOWDER AND SEAFOOD CAKES
Chowder is an institution in New England. In certain parts of the region, there are even laws dictating what is constituted as a proper chowder. And we get it. A classic clam chowder is truly one of the most satisfying dishes, whether it's winter or summer - it's always a wonderful seafood treat.
In this cooking class, Chef Ted Fondulas will video conference into your home from New England. Together you'll prepare fresh clams and clam stock, then move on to create a superb clam chowder, and finally - one of the most popular dishes from his legendary restaurant in Vermont - Scallop and Crab Cakes, with a Sweet Corn and Vanilla salad.
Book a private virtual cooking class with Chef Ted Fondulas, and you'll cook together without leaving home.
COOKING CLASS MENU
Clam Stock | Fresh stock using clams
Clam Chowder | Traditional New England Clam Chowder
Scallop and Crab Cakes | Savoury cakes made of Scallops and Crab
Vanilla and Sweet Corn | Warm sweet corn with vanilla notes
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
Music Playlists featuring artists from the country to get ready for your experience
Cocktail Recipes upon request
Recipe Booklet to recreate your dishes again and again!
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Number of Guests
Includes 2 guests. $ USD
each additional guest (Max 2)
A $50 USD surcharge will apply for the addition of a second kitchen. 2+ locations? These are the classes for you.
Classes are available daily on every continent. If a class shows at a time not suitable in your timezone, your chef is already booked with another class!
Classes noted in your local timezone. We've detected that your time zone is
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Tax (HST 13%)
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