Food | Wine
HANDS-ONGreek mezés dishes, little plates that range from dips and olives to meatballs and seafood, are showing up on more and more menus; and with the small plate craze showing no sign of abating, it looks like mezés will follow its cousin tapas into the national zeitgeist. The word "mezés" describes a form of socializing as much as a group of dishes. The bite-sized treats are perfect for appetizers and parties, and most mezédes dishes can be prepared in advance. In this class, you will work together in the kitchen to make a host of mezédes, and then sit down to enjoy the spread that you’ve created. Menu: Manitária Yemistá (Stuffed Mushrooms); Lakérda Politiki (Marinated Tuna with Olive Oil); Favakeftédes Me Kápari Yakhní (Lentil Rissoles with Caper & Tomato Sauce); Eggplant Spread; Grilled Khaloúmi Cheese with Olive Oil; Keftedákia (Small Meatballs); Spanakotirópota (Spinach & Cheese Pita); and Loukoumádes (Honey Doughnuts).Greek wines will be served.CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!
Salud! Cooking School Alpharetta, $59