In New York City? Learn Sous Vide Cooking Techniques at Zabar!
By PJ Gach on July 10, 2014
Now's your chance to pick up the French cooking technique, Sous Vide and then dazzle people!
If you've been wanting to stretch your cooking muscles, try a French cooking technique, or two, but are nervous about doing it at home, you've got to come to these classes that will be held at Zabar's (2245 Broadway), tomorrow and Saturday.
Barbara Westfield is presiding over two Sous Vide (water cooking)classes: Friday, learn how to make Succulent SousVide Salmon 3 Ways, Saturday, learn to create Savory SousVide Pulled Pork BBQ. Both classes run from 2pm - 4pm.
What is Sous Vide? It's a cooking technique pioneered by Chef Georges Pralus at the world famousTrosgros restaurant in the 70s. Sous Vide means "under vacuum" in French. You've more than likely seen it used in The Iron Chef or another cookng show. A chef will use a water oven and creat the most succulent meals!
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