The cooking class I attended last night at International Pantry in Norman was very enjoyable. I had been a little uncomfortable about going by myself but I was invited to sit with three women who work together and take these classes all the time. They were lots of fun and we had a great time.
The chef was from Museum Café restaurant (I think that’s what he said) and demonstrated some very interesting dishes including:
- Crab and Angel Hair Pasta
- Carmelized Onion Pizza
- Steamed Mussels
- Pasta with Shrimp and Asparagus
- Radish, Orange and Pomegranite Salad
- Shrimp Linguini with Prosciutto
- Roasted Roma Tomatoes and Goat Cheese
- Eggplant Involtini
I tasted some things I’ve never had before, including mussels (which I liked), which was fun. I liked some of these dishes better than others but there weren’t any I disliked.
While this class wasn’t as entertaining as the ones we’ve gone to in New Orleans, it was still worth it and I will certainly consider taking others.