Kitchen Conservatory
Cooking Class Registration
& Cancellation Policy:

Classes are filled on first-come basis.

Payment must be made at the time of registration.

Register online, in person at our store, or mail list of classes you want with your name and your telephone number.

Also register by phone: (314)-862-COOK (2665).

Send payment to KITCHEN CONSERVATORY, 8021 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63117.

REQUESTS FOR REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS MUST BE MADE 1 WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS TIME. NO EXCEPTIONS.


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Barbara Nack

MORE HOT SOUPS AND FRESH BREADS

Bread is baking in the oven, as steam rises from soup bowls to warm the air and spread the aromas that invite everyone into the kitchen. Barb Nack creates Tuscan lamb and white bean soup served with rustic Sicilian quick bread with olive oil and rosemary, hearty shrimp and crab cioppino with mussels and cod served with sesame bread sticks, plus German butter crumb cake.
Demonstration

Thu, Feb 25, 6 pm to 8:30 pm
$45.00
Per Person
Kirk Warner

Kirk's Traveling Kitchen
A DAY IN THE KITCHEN: FISH AND SEAFOOD

Come over to the other side of the counter to master cooking in our special participation classes. For those who are interested in learning more about how to cook, A Day in the Kitchen offers an in-depth mastery of specific culinary arts. These classes are limited to eight people.
This very popular participation class will show everything you need to know about selecting, preparing, and cooking all different kinds of fish and shellfish. Kirk Warner gives the class much flexibility in creating the dishes they most want to learn. Participants are invited to meet at 9:15 am at Bob's Seafood, 8660 Olive Boulevard, to select the fish.
Hands-On

Sat, Feb 20, 10 am to 3 pm
$175.00
Per Person
Ivy Magruder

Panorama at the St. Louis Art Museum
THE CHEF AND FISHMONGER

Compliments always abound when the market basket arrives from Bob's Seafood for the chef to create a succulent and bountiful dinner with fish and seafood. The catch of the day will include an amazing variety of fish, and Ivy Magruder, of Panorama at the St. Louis Art Museum, will use the market basket to spontaneously create incredible seafood dishes. Learn how to select and cook delicious fish.
Demonstration

Mon, Feb 29, 6:30 pm to 9 pm
$50.00
Per Person

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