From skillets to griddles and grill pans, cast iron cookware offers endless options in the kitchen.
The one downside of cast iron cookery? Rusty pans. In this class, Executive Chef Ian Rynecki will teach you how to clean and recover your rusted cast iron before seasoning the newly clean pan. With some culinary magic, we’ll then cook sweet and savory dishes in the newly seasoned pan. Following the hands-on demonstration, we’ll sit down together to enjoy a dinner with Chef Ian Rynecki.
We are “pairing” each class with a featured wine. You will have your choice of 2 glasses of red or white wine that evening. Let us recommend the Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay for this evening.
About the Cooking Class Experience
Weather permitting, each Cooking Class begins with a Kitchen Garden Tour led by Chef Ian. Following the tour, participants will gather inside for this cooking class demonstration. After the lesson, guests will enjoy a plated dinner in the Tasting Room or Veranda with the option to sit as an individual party or gather with others. Gloves and masks will be provided.
For the safety of our team and guests, all winter cooking classes will be limited to 8 participants. Modifications to the class structure will be made to ensure the safety and social distancing of all guests. If you are booking with friends in your quarantine “pod,” please let us know so we can group you together.
Each attendee receives 2 drink tickets redeemable for your choice of pre-selected red or white Pippin Hill wine. Upon arrival, please check-in with the event manager who will give you your 2 drink tickets, the recipes to follow along, and an apron for the evening. Wines by the bottle are available for sale for you to take home. Wine club members receive $10 off their ticket price.
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