Food & Wine Exploration
To register please call 914-606-6830, press option 1
Husband and wife team Anthony Russo and Andrea Kish, fine wine buyers and owners of
ARIES Wine and Spirits, make wine appreciation and education fun and memorable! You must be 21 and over to register. No refunds for these classes. Courses are held at Aries Wine and Spirits, 128 West Post Road, White Plains. Phone: 914-946-3382. Classes begin promptly at 7:30 pm; please allow enough time to park and sign in.
Each class meets for 1 Tues., 7:30-9:30 pm, $25 (+ $20 sampling fee, payable in CASH, to instructor).
ABC’s of White Wine
This “Anything But Chardonnay” course will cover chardonnay, the world’s most well known white wine, discussed and tasted in comparison with five other white wine grapes. Grape origin, winemaking style, wine service, storage and pairing with foods will be covered. Appropriate cheeses will be served as palate cleansers and to demonstrate food and wine compatibilities.
CE-WINE 2001, Oct. 16. #83353
ABC’s of Red Wine
This “Anything But Cabernet” course will cover cabernet sauvignon; the world’s most widely grown red wine, discussed and tasted in comparison with five other red wine grapes. Grape origin, winemaking style, wine service, storage, and pairing with foods will be covered. Appropriate cheeses will be served as palate cleansers and to demonstrate food and wine compatibilities.
CE-WINE 2000, Oct. 23. #83354
Home Brewing: An Introduction
Co-owner of Coals Pizza, Tim Shanley curates one of Westchester’s best craft beer programs. The cooling weather of the fall and the end of the harvest provides ample ingredients and a suitable time to brew that makes October a perfect time to celebrate and enjoy beer around the globe. Home brewing allows you to make your own beer to taste in the comfort of your own home. Learn the step-by-step process of brewing beer. Topics covered milling the grain, mash conversion, filtration, carbonation and cellaring. Come join Tim and attain the ancient art of brewing!
CE-HOBBY 2013, 1 Sat., Oct. 13, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, GTW-219, $25 (+ $5 material fee, payable to instructor). T Shanley. #83391
So You Want to Write a Cookbook?
Learn the basics of writing a cookbook, whether your end goal is publication or compiling a treasured group of family recipes. The class will focus on creating a proposal with all the necessary elements to create a well-rounded and engaging cookbook. We will use a mix of techniques, discussion of ideas, and assignment-based critiques with the objective of developing and fleshing out a cookbook idea. Includes possible outlets for publishing: self-publishing versus traditional, and other terms and concepts. Outside of class, students will be encouraged to form a food writer’s circle to help them derive inspiration from each other.
CE-WRITG 2095, 5 Sat., Oct. 6-Nov. 3, 9:30-11:30 am, AAB-307, $100. R Bhattacharya. #83518