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Sweet and Savory Crepes!

Saturday, March 2
$60.00

French crepes are a delicious and versatile dish that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways.  These thin, delicate pancakes are traditionally filled with sweet or savory ingredients.  Join us as we create delectable sweet crepes filled with nutella, fresh fruit, and whipped cream, alongside savory creations like herb-infused soft cheese, mushrooms, and sundried tomatoes. Taste the elegance of a croque monsieur with ham and bechamel sauce, and sip on a refreshing breakfast sangria. Join us for a morning of culinary bliss!

 

Participation: Hands On

Menu:

  • Sweet Crepes with Nutella, Fruit and Whipped Cream
  • Savory Crepes with Herbs, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms and Sundried Tomatoes
  • Croque Monsieur with Ham & Bechamel Sauce
  • Breakfast Sangria

Chef: Dave

Coffee and Tea are complimentary.  One Mimosa is included with the event.  Additional Mimiosas or wine is available for purchase at the wine bar.

10% off all regularly priced items during the class.

 

 

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Chef
Chef Dave
Dave Marino
Date and time
Saturday, March 2
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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