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Stuffed French Toast and Peach Bellini

Saturday, May 25
$60.00

Get ready to become a brunch master with our Saturday Brunch cooking class! Learn the art of creating a mouthwatering stuffed French toast, filled with luscious berries and mascarpone, as well as mastering the technique of making a perfectly crispy potato galette topped with gruyere and accompanied by sizzling bacon. To complete your brunch experience, we’ll also show you how to whip up a refreshing peach bellini. Join us for a morning of culinary delight and leave with the skills to impress your friends and family with a gourmet brunch spread. Cheers to a delicious and memorable brunch!

Participation: Hands On!
Menu:
  • Stuffed French Toast with Berries & Marscapone
  • Potato Galette with Gruyere
  • Bacon
  • Peach Bellini

Chef: Dave

Orange juice, coffee and tea are complementary.  Additional peach bellinis and wine are available for purchase at the wine bar.

10% off all regularly priced merchandise during the event.

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Stuffed French Toast and Peach Bellini
$ 60.00
4 available
Chef
Chef Dave
Dave Marino
Date and time
Saturday, May 25
9:30am -
11:30am
Location
The Joyful Gourmet
542 N Milwaukee Ave.
Libertyville, IL 60048
Cancellation Policy

If you cannot make your reservation, we do encourage you to attempt to find someone that would enjoy attending. We can only issue a credit for you to attend a future event (6 month expiration). Within 72 hours we are not able to offer a credit as we’ve already incurred food and help costs.

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Dave Marino

Food is my life! I attended culinary school at the College of Dupage, received a bachelor degree in Culinary Arts at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and masters in Education from Kaplan University. After a restaurant circuit I’ve been executive chef for various companies and institutions. I am currently a director of Food Service at a retirement home and I still teach culinary arts at the college of Lake County - which I love. I’ve traveled extensively and love picking up cooking techniques and flavors. There’s almost nothing I can’t cook but my favorite is classical French. I love cooking, teaching and sharing a great evening with our guests!

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