You’ve been on the road for weeks, come home tired and hungry —and there’s nothing to eat. Not to worry: Cookbook author, teacher and chef Linda Carucci will show us how to stock pantry and freezer with long-lasting staples and whip up a hearty home-cooked meal in 40 minutes.
The ZOOM session is at 5 pm Wednesday Feb 10 and is by email invitation only.
Linda is well-known for her cooking classes and her book, “Cooking School Secrets for Real World Cooks.” She’s a former dean of the California Culinary Academy and Julia Child Curator of Food Arts at COPIA in Napa, and has been named Cooking Teacher of the Year by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. The French Laundry’s Thomas Keller calls her “ the consummate teacher, cook, and coach all rolled into one.”
She’ll demonstrate the preparation of White Chicken Chili (with suggestions for a vegan version), taking questions and giving advice. Please note this is a demonstration (not a cook-along) class. Those who register will be sent the recipe so you’ll have the option to shop for ingredients ahead of time and prepare the chili after the class.
A Montclair resident, she’ll be introduced and hosted by her friend and neighbor BATW Executive Director Ginny Prior.
Questions: Contact Ginny Prior at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Your Instructor: Linda Carucci
The French Laundry’s Thomas Keller calls Linda Carucci “the consummate teacher, cook, and coach all rolled into one.” The granddaughter of an Italian cheesemaker, Linda has dedicated the last 30 years to teaching cooking, both in professional chef training schools and to home cooks across the U.S. and beyond.
Linda is the author of Cooking School Secrets for Real World Cooks (Chronicle Books, 2005), honored as a finalist for both James Beard and IACP Julia Child First Book awards.
The former dean of the California Culinary Academy and Julia Child Curator of Food Arts at COPIA in Napa, Linda has been honored with several awards including Educator of the Year from Women Chefs & Restaurateurs and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the San Francisco Professional Food Society. Her peers in the International Association of Culinary Professionals voted her Cooking Teacher of the Year.