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Virtual Handmade Sushi

at Eve Bergazyn -

Making sushi is easier than you think! In this 1.5-hour class, we’ll teach you the fundamentals, from rice to fish (and even California rolls). We’ll cover: sushi hand rolls & cut rolls rinsing, making, and seasoning the sushi rice the proper way to eat sushi You’ll finish the class with solid foundations to skip ordering in and make...

Friday Dec 17th, 3pm - 4:30pm Eastern Time

Virtual Cocktails: Bourbon and Rye 101

at The Chopping Block Lincoln Square -

Have you ever wondered where and how Bourbon and Rye began in America? Was it the first charred, barrel aged spirit in global history? Join Christopher Bakunas, our spirits expert, as our story begins in 1789 and weaves through the next couple of centuries in our unique American history of distilling brown spirits. Grab your favorite...

Saturday Dec 18th, 6pm - 7:30pm Central Time


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It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere

at BLVD. Kitchen -

Back by popular demand: It’s once again time to gather round the bar at Chef Darryl's place! Every other Saturday at 5 PM Pacific Time, he guides us through mixing up a different custom cocktail, complete with proper techniques, advice on spirit selection, tips for making your own mixers and working with fruits, herbs and spices and more. After...

Saturday Dec 18th, 5pm - 6pm Pacific Time

Mystery Tea Tasting - Online

at New York Botanical Garden -

This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Discover a herb's therapeutic qualities by exploring its scent, taste, and how a particular herbal infusion feels in your body. Clinical herbalist Geraldine Lavin will send a "mystery herb" to your home along with brewing instructions. At the end of the...

Wednesday Feb 23rd, 6:30pm - 8pm Eastern Time

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Italy: North to South

at NYC Wine Company -

Without question, Italy provides a staggering percentage of the world's most distinctive and interesting wines. In addition, the sheer breadth of styles they produce is equally impressive. From the steely, minerally whites of the Tre Venezie and Val d'Aosta to the dark, powerful reds of Sicily and Campania, this country is a formidable force in...

Thursday Jan 13th, 7pm - 8:15pm Eastern Time

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2 sessions

France: Making Sense of it All

at NYC Wine Company -

French wines ooze intimidation; the language, no grape listed anywhere in sight, countless vineyards and producers, and all this at often exorbitant prices. Yet even in the face of these apparent obstacles, France is worthy of our attention. Why? Simply because they still continue to create so many of the world’s most intriguing, exotic, and individualistic...

Thursday Feb 17th, 7pm - 8:15pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)

2 sessions

Wine 101

at NYC Wine Company -

Our Wine 101 is not only one of the best classes we offer, it's also my favorite one to teach.  Yes, we talk fundamentals, but more than just a rote review of grapes and regions, our goal is to make wine your friend.  In this class, you'll become familiar with what you like, but also why you like it.  In turn, you'll know what questions...

Wednesday Jan 12th, 7pm - 8:15pm Eastern Time

  (3 sessions)

3 sessions

Spain & Portugal: Classic Wines

at NYC Wine Company -

You could sample a new Spanish wine every night of the year and still not experience all the variety that this country produces. Each region has their own specialty. Rioja creates smoky, earthy, subtle reds with the Tempranillo grape, while the Priorat region makes rich, dense, powerful reds from the Garnacha variety. The Ribera del Duero also employs...

Thursday Feb 3rd, 7pm - 8:15pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)

2 sessions

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Treat Yourself (or Someone Else)

at NYC Wine Company -

The more we spend, the more we expect.  It's human nature, and there's a logic to it.  But with wine, it's tricky.  Taste is subjective, while assessing quality on a scale of 1-10 is a dark art at best, and certainly not verifiable. I started writing the description above, then realized I was going down a rabbit hole with no end, so...

Saturday Jan 22nd, 4pm - 5:15pm Eastern Time

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2 sessions

Islands & Volcanoes

at NYC Wine Company -

By far, one of my favorite class of the year. We’ll pour six wines. Some from islands. Some from volcanoes. Some from volcanoes on islands. We’ll talk about why these wines are unique, what sets them apart, and how to track them down. Islands are a special habitat for growing grapes. When the vineyards hug the coast, the grapes soak up the...

Thursday Mar 3rd, 7pm - 8:15pm Eastern Time

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2 sessions

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Rosé Yes Way! A Brief Intro to a Misunderstood Wine

at Christi Davis -

Maybe you've been curious about what all the buzz is about. Perhaps you like rosé, but want to educate your palate. Or maybe you just like learning in a fun, relaxed, environment with like minded people. Well, spring has sprung and that signals the release of the new rosé vintages. This is the perfect time of year to delve into the world of rosé...

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Virtual Coffee Tasting

at Joe Coffee Company -

Coffee cupping is a standardized and ritualized method of tasting that is used at nearly every level of the supply chain—by farmers to check in on the quality of their harvest, by green buyers to choose which coffees to purchase, and by roasters to help guide their roast profiles. The cupping process begins with assessing the smell of the ground...

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Virtual Cocktails: How to Make Classic Cocktails

at The Chopping Block Lincoln Square -

With the entertaining season upon us, it’s important to have a variety of iconic cocktails in your back pocket for your entertaining needs.  With the help of spirits expert, Christophe Bakunas, you’ll be slinging classic cocktails for all your friends and family just like the pros. Christophe will virtually teach you how to set up your home...

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Making Kombucha - Online

at New York Botanical Garden -

This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Fermentation is one of our oldest food processing methods. Scientifically known as zymology, it refers to the conversion of carbohydrates into alcohols, carbon dioxide, yeast, or bacteria. We'll cover the basic science of how to ferment tea to make kombucha, how...

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Virtual Cocktails: Discovering Amaro

at The Chopping Block Lincoln Square -

Join spirits expert, Christophe Bakunas, for a special virtual cocktail class exploring the world of Amaro! Amaro is an herbalized spirit that has its origins as far back as Roman times. By the 19th century, many Italian families were producing myriad amari (that’s plural for amaro) using herbs that were found in local habitats. Many aimed their...

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