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Course Description

Local chef David Sovero believes you can create a gourmet yet good, healthy, and inexpensive meal using ingredients you already have in your pantry. Each week, he will provide a protein (seafood, pork, chicken, beef, or vegetarian) and students will provide one vegetable and one fruit (or two of one or the other). The instructor will show you how to prepare, cook, and present a meal using the fruits and vegetables provided by fellow class members and the protein he provided. During each class, as we are standing and working around the table in the center's kitchen, the chef explains different methods of preparing the meat/protein and different variations on the meal being prepared. The chef creatively combines fruits, greens, and starchy vegetables and attractively arranges and sauces them on individual dinner and dessert plates. The class enjoys eating a delicious dinner together after the lesson. This is a hands-on course with everyone participating in the preparation, dining, and cleanup.  The course meets at the Jerry M. Passmore Center (aka Hillsborough Senior Center), 103 Meadowlands Dr., Hillsborough.  Active Participation

 

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Section Title
Cooking with Chef David Sovero
Type
Classroom
Days
M
Time
5:30PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Sep 09, 2019 to Oct 07, 2019
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
15.0
Delivery Options
Classroom  
Course Fees
Instructors
Section Notes
Students bring two food items to each class such as a fruit and a vegetable which the chef will use in preparing the meal. Typically each student spends $4 to $8 per week for those foods.  The chef provides the protein for each meal.
Section Title
Cooking with Chef David Sovero
Type
Classroom
Days
M
Time
5:30PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Oct 14, 2019 to Nov 11, 2019
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
15.0
Delivery Options
Classroom  
Course Fees
Instructors
Section Notes
Students bring two food items to each class such as a fruit and a vegetable which the chef will use in preparing the meal. Typically each student spends $4 to $8 per week for those foods.  The chef provides the protein for each meal.