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Glorious Garlic

at JCC Culinary Arts - Upper West Side

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Upper West Side, Manhattan
334 Amsterdam Ave
At W 76th St
New York, New York 10023
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12

What you'll learn in this american cooking class:

Discover the many health benefits of garlic and learn to prepare delicious dishes with raw, sautéed, roasted, and fermented (black) garlic. 

Menu may include 
  • Chicken with garlic sauce
  • White bean and winter squash stew with black garlic and cilantro
  • Rice with parsley-garlic sauce
  • Sautéed greens with garlic
  • Salad with artichoke and roasted garlic dressing
  • And black garlic-chocolate truffles.

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For art classes, the school requires at least 48 hour notice to get a full credit towards a future class. 

For programs that meet fewer than 3 times: during the costs and booking commitments associated with one or two-shoot programs, the school regrets that they cannot offer any school's credit for programs, classes, or events that meet fewer than three times per programming season. Additionally, the school cannot be responsible for providing make-ups or issuing any credit for programs missed as a result of personal scheduling conflicts, illness, emergencies, or other circumstances beyond their control. If your unable to attend a program in this category the school encourage students to consider their registration fee a form of support for the school, helping the school to sustain wonderful programs.

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Glorious Garlic
Reviewed by Michael C. on 10/21/2018
The class was great and Chef Jenny was terrific!
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