I am super excited because my friend Catherine who owns Sage Culinary Studio sent me a coupon this week to share with all of you guys. Take any class at Sage Brookside (she has a new studio opening at Regal Plaza in South Tulsa in May) for only $25 during the month of April. Seriously, a steal. The classes are totally worth the normal pricetag of around $30-$45 a session, but I love to save a buck and be entertained. (That is why I am a Target regular!) And I am glad I can share this with you so you can try out the facility. I promise you will love it-- Tommy even cooked something, which is a small miracle in itself.
I have been fortunate enough to be a guest judge for Catherine's Iron Chef summer camp session. (Though I don't cook, I do eat out...a lot. So I am totally qualified to be a food judge.) And the kid's food was awesome.
I have also taken an adult class and Tommy and I had a blast. I haven't been there in awhile, but after seeing the adult menu this month, I am definitely going to be attending. Here are my top picks. I just need to decide which one...
The Delightful Dinner party: Truffle Goat Cheese Fettuccine and Lemon Custard Cakes, 11:30, with Molly Martin of Antoinette Baking Company, $45 ($25 with your new coupon!)
Cooking with Cheese: Griddled Polenta Cakes with Caramelized Onions, Honey and Goat Cheese and Almond Apricot Chicken with Goat Cheese, 11:30, with Molly Martin of Antoinette Baking Company, $45 (Again, $25 with your coupon. I am kind of thinking this class because of my extreme cheese obsession.)
What’s For dinner? Potato Crusted Salmon with Creamy Spinach and Bacon Stuffed Tomatoes, 7:30, with Chef Tiffany Boaldin, $45 (I also love the idea of a night class with my girlfriends.)
We've Gone to the Dogs: Making Dog Treats, 11:30 with Food Engineer Christina Bishop, $45. (Who doesn't want to know how to make treats for their tiny angels??)
Seriously if anyone wants to go, let me know! I am up for anything. And I am already hungry, so I know I will make a great student. Get your coupon here!
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