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Spice it Up With Cooking Classes in Duluth

Cooking Classes in DuluthIt’s easy to eat and drink well when you come to Duluth.  The restaurant scene here has undergone a dramatic transformation from what it once was.  However, great culinary experiences don’t stop at our delicious local restaurants.  If you’re looking to spice up your next visit to Duluth, we recommend taking cooking classes with the experts at Blue Heron Trading Company in Duluth.  Their classes are always exceptional.  As we gear up for the holiday season, now’s a great time to sharpen your skills (or add new ones) in the kitchen.  Book your room at Duluth’s top Bed and Breakfast, the A.G. Thomson House, and get ready to experience Duluth in a whole new way.

Cooking Classes in Duluth

The Blue Heron Trading Company, located in the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace in Duluth’s Canal Park, is a unique and interesting shop to visit in its own right.  It’s a veritable heaven for those who love to cook.  They carry just about every kitchen utensil you can imagine, including hard-to-find items.  In addition to their incredible product line, they also offer a series of exciting cooking classes, geared towards helping everyone enjoy the fruits of their labor in the kitchen.  Their upcoming cooking classes include:

  • Holiday Feasting on November 2, 2017, which features new recipes and pasture raised pork from Wrenshall’s Yker Acres Cooking Classes for the Holidays in Duluthfamily farm.  In this class, you’ll learn two ways to prepare Roast Pork Shoulder, as well as side dishes that will make your holiday table a celebration for the senses.
  • Giving Thanks on November 9, 2017, which will be the perfect time to sample some new dishes to accompany your Thanksgiving turkey.  Dishes include:  Pumpkin Bisque, Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing, Brussels Sprouts Au Gratin, Truffled Mashed Potatoes, and Cranberries with a Twist.
  • Classic Indian Cuisine on November 16, 2017 will help you enjoy the aromatic cuisine of India.  Prepared dishes will include Tandoori Chicken (marinated in a spicy yogurt mixture), Channa (a chickpea recipe), Paneer Saagwala (cheese and spinach dish), Dal served with naan, and Gulab Jamun (a traditional Indian dessert).

The Blue Heron Trading Company is a wonderful addition to downtown Duluth.  If you’re short on time, make sure to stop by on a Saturday afternoon.  They offer delicious tastings from their gourmet food pantry!  Book a room at the A. G. Thomson House Bed and Breakfast, and get ready to spice up your next getaway with these extraordinary cooking classes.

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