If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. You know how much important it is to keep up with events like cooking workshops, cake making classes, food truck festivals, farmers markets, street food fair, wine & beer tasting, buffet on wheels, culinary arts, potluck gatherings, etc.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some yummy events in Ithaca.
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Mastering the art of the appetizer is a must for every home gathering host. In the January installment of our second Saturday cooking classes, Chef Patrick invites you to rethink finger food, discovering new flavor pairings and dusting off old favorites.... Read More
Mardi Gras comes to Coltivare! In the first of two new amphitheater cooking classes, join Chef Patrick in a nod to Mardi Gras, as he draws on his boyhood in New Orleans as well as his professional culinary training to demonstrate traditional Creole... Read More
Sharpen our knife skills and hone your techniques in the second of two new amphitheater cooking classes. We all know how to slice and dice, but what does it mean to julienne, chiffonade, tournee, or oblique cut? Chef Patrick tackles these terms, br... Read More
Come play "Chopped" in the Coltivare kitchen! CSA shares often introduce us to new and previously unheard of vegetables (rutabagas, Jerusalem artichokes, and kohlrabi—oh my!) that confound us like a mystery box each week. Cooking with seasonal, loc... Read More
Chef Patrick takes a back seat in our first ever baking class as special guest Coltivare Pastry Chef Marion Ferrer breaks down the basics for us. Ever wondered why we beat eggs and kneed dough and then approach some batters so delicately? Or when t... Read More
Campfire cooking isn't just hot dogs and marshmallows, it's much much s'more. Learn to create rich and complex flavors using local ingredients, simple steps, and recipes you can replicate at home (or even better, outdoors!) in this continuation on... Read More