In Store Class: Wine & Food Pairing 101
Author: Kate Leahy
Book Larder - 4252 Fremont Ave N, Seattle WA 98103
Students are required to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination + valid ID at the start of class (please plan to arrive early accordingly). Failure to do so will result in a cancellation of ticket, and a refund or store credit will not be issued. Examples of valid proof of COVID-19 vaccinations are: vaccination record card, digital or physical WA state certificate of vaccination from MyIRmobile.com, or a verified electronic medical record printout from a medical provider. For more examples, please reference this visual guide.
Students will also be required to wear masks during the non-eating portions of class.
There will be no hands-on cooking. Includes hearty bites.
While wine and food are meant to be enjoyed together, learning how to pair wine with food can feel daunting. It doesn’t have to be. Join Kate Leahy, author of Wine Style for a fun evening of wine and food pairing and see how fun experimentation can be. Try 3 styles of wine from Vif alongside everything from popcorn to a savory galette perfect for fall and winter entertaining, and leave with wine pairing tips for your next wine adventure.
Registration includes a copy of Wine Style, 3 wine samples (red, white & sparkling) and hearty bites to pair.
Class is limited to 20 people. Please note that event registration is non-refundable.
About the Author
Kate Leahy is a San Francisco chef turned journalist. She has written ten books, including A16 Food + Wine, the IACP cookbook of the year. She is also the co-author of La Buvette: Recipes and Wine Notes from Paris and The New Italian Wine. Her work has appeared in publications from CNN’s Parts Unknown to EatingWell.
About the Book
Discover your new favorite wines with this fun read covering the essential varieties wine lovers need to know, featuring more than 40 simple and delicious recipes for perfect pairings.
Wine Style is the modern, casual guide to finding which wines you love and what foods to pair them with. There are no rules here (especially none of the old-fashioned ones, like “seafood should always be paired with white”): Chicken can be great with any wine variety, depending on how you prepare it; no one will judge you for pairing butter with butter (in the form of shortbread and Chardonnay, it’s an ideal match!); and “picnic wines” are absolutely a varietal of their own.
So whether you’re looking to find an affordable new mainstay bottle for weeknight dinners, incorporate dessert wines into your routine, or learn how orange wine is made, Wine Style has you covered. And what could be a more delicious and fun way to explore different varietals than by cooking the perfect complementary snacks and dishes to go with them? You’re bound to find new favorites—in foods and wines alike—with winning combinations such as baked lemony feta with sparkling wine, parsnip and blue cheese galette with a bold red, harissa-deviled eggs with crisp rosé, and so much more.
Discover new wines alongside incredible—and incredibly easy—recipes. With its modern approach to food and drink, Wine Style injects some much-needed fun into the world of wine tasting.
Tags: Cooking Class