Here is the class schedule for February:
Flying Aprons Tucson February Classes
All classes held at Cook Tucson, 1702 N. Stone Ave.
Register online: www.FlyingApronsTucson.com
Family Sunday Funday: Valentine Cookie Decorating, Sunday, February 9 – 12:30-2:30 pm
Come as a family and decorate Valentine cookies! No experience needed. Chef Annie Berube of CopCake Cakery will teach you the basics of sugar cookie making and decorating – baking basics, royal icing basics, piping, tipless bags, outline/flooding and wet on wet icing.
In addition to the cookies you’ll decorate in class, you’ll leave with undecorated cookies to make at home.
Fun for ages 7-12. All children must be accompanied by at least one adult participating in the class. All adults must be accompanied by at least one child.
Tuition includes 1 adult and 1 child. (Discount for additional participants.)
Cost: $130 for adult/child; additional kids: $50 each.
Bake with Your Teen: Valentine Cookie Decorating, Sunday, February 9 – 3-5 pm
Teens will love creating their own Valentine cookies! Chef Annie Berube of CopCake Cakery will guide the class through preparing a pastry bag, color choices and design, piping techniques and more. Final creative touches will put your teen’s cookies over the top! In addition to the cookies you’ll decorate in class, you’ll leave with undecorated cookies to make at home.
All teens ages 13-17 must be accompanied by an adult over 18. All adults must be accompanied by a teen. Tuition includes 1 adult and 1 teen.
Cost: $130 for adult/teen; additional teens: $50 each.
Couple’s Cooking: Romantic Valentine’s Day – Love is in the Kitchen, Tuesday, February 11 – 6-8:30 pm
The romantic language of food is what’s on the menu when Executive Chef Ryan Clark of Casino Del Sol, guides you through the perfect Valentine’s Day menu. Instead of a box of chocolates, this hands-on class is the perfect way to stir up the passion between you and your sweetie.
Cost: $130 per couple.
Celebrating Fat Tuesday, Wednesday, February 19 – 6-8:30 pm
As they say in New Orleans, laissez les bons temps rouler, which means let the good times roll before the 40 days of Lent begins. Fat Tuesday is a time for feasting and we’ve got the ideas covered. Chef Jim “Murph” Murphy and Pastry Chef Marianne Banes know how to let the good times roll – they’ve been celebrating Fat Tuesday for 26 years at Kingfisher Bar & Grill. Yes, including King Cake. In this hands-on class, you’ll learn everything you need to know to create your own celebration on February 25.
Cowboy Up! Steak Your Claim, Thursday, February 20 – 6-8:30 pm
It’s Rodeo Week in Tucson! And that means mesquite grilled steak, BBQ, ribs and more. Make your steak with the flavors and spices that recall the Old West. From cowboy caviar, cornbread to fruit crisps, learn to create the authentic recipes in your own kitchen that evoke bygone wild west days. This is a hands-on class.
Cost: $69 per person.
Breakfast and Brunches, Tuesday, February 25 – 6-8:30 pm
What’s not to love about brunch? Chef Kyle Nottingham of Prep & Pastry, August Rhodes and Commoner & Co. Besides champagne in the morning, brunch brings sweet and savory together for everyone’s ideal mid-morning meal. In this hands-on class, you’ll learn to prepare your favorites at home with easy recipes like fluffy buttermilk pancakes and eggs benedict (yes, you can poach an egg!).
Cost: $69 per person.
Parma: Home to Italy’s Food Gems Wednesday, February 26 – 6-8:30 pm
From its meats and cheeses to balsamic vinegar, the cuisine and food products from Parma are legendary the world over. Executive Chef Brian Smith of Maynards Market & Kitchen will take you a hands-on culinary journey using the famous Parmigiano-Reggiano and Prosciutto di Parma. In 2017 he was chosen to represent Tucson in Parma by a local board representing UNESCO — the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization — which designated Tucson a City of Gastronomy.
Cost: $69 per person