Cook Like Julia
Class dedicated to the teachings of “French Chef” Julia Child.
Do you want to cook like Julia?
On April 16, 2016 the Silo Cooking School at Hunt Hill Farm will offer a class dedicated to the teachings of “French Chef” Julia Child.
Chef Daniel Rosati will be guiding students through making six dishes inspired by the woman credited with bringing French cooking to the formerly unenlightened American household, by way of her cookbooks and popular PBS television show.
The Silo Cooking School is just one part of the Henderson Cultural Center at Hunt Hill Farms in New Milford. The cultural center is a non-profit organization dedicated to its mission of education, conservation, artisanry, and excellence through its programs. The Silo cooking school was the first recreational cooking school established in the state and continues to offer a wide array of fun, educational classes to aspiring chefs of all skill levels.
During this class, which runs from 11 am to 3 pm, students will learn to cook gougere (savory cheese puffs), a Provençal fish soup with saffron rouille croutons, asparagus, snap pea and potato salad, and a French classic—coq au vin. The class includes a lesson in making two desserts, chocolate souffle cakes and Parisan frozen custard.
Practice French cooking, then eat French cooking. Participation is $110 and covers everything.
Call the school at 860-355-0300 or visit hunthillfarmtrust.org.