Best Bites goes to back to class with Edible Santa Fe
Posted at: 08/16/2012 11:34 AM
| Updated at: 08/16/2012 11:46 AM
By: Antoinette Antonio, KOB Eyewitness News 4
Best bites is usually about tasting food, but this week it's also about cooking it.
The magazine Edible Santa Fe is bringing recipes from the pages to the stove top with a new series of cooking classes.
They call it Kitchen Sink Stories.
Whether you're a novice in the kitchen, a pro with the pots and pans or somewhere in between, you'll fit right in at Kitchen Sink Stories.
The idea behind the class is to bring the recipes from the magazine to life.
"Many of the chefs who have appeared in the magazine are now on the program here at Kitchen Sink Stories, they are showing up and meeting the people that are reading about them, some of the recipes we use in the class are the recipes we use in our Cooking Fresh column," says Kate Manchester, who's with the magazine.
Every week there's a different theme - from cooking with herbs, to Spanish tapas, Asian street food and even tailgating.
The classes are held at Hanks House on 4th street just south of I-40 which, by day, is a kitchen design studio.
"It's actually how the appliances are meant to be used and how the kitchens are meant to be used, they really enjoy it and the food is always great," says Chris Hanks of Hanks House.
Classes are $75 per person. That includes all the food and most importantly the fun.
"Its very hands on, everybody gets their hands dirty, everybody cooks and everybody eats and everybody has a good time. That's the point," says Manchester.
For more information on how to sign up visit the Kitchen Sink Stories website.
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