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Kitchen Fantasy
27576 Ynez Road Suite H1
Temecula CA 92591
(in the Target Center
around the corner from Home Goods)
(951) 693-4264
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Cooking Class Mission

Our cooking Class mission:
1. We want our students to have fun!
2. You will be able to make what we show you @ home.
3. You will be given a petite portion of each item prepared

Buy any four classes and get 10% off !

Wednesday July 5th 6:00PM
Cooking Basics Part II
Any class can be taken individually!

All About Meats I

This class is designed to teach you how to properly prepare a side of beef sirloin: Cleaning, trimming off fat etc. We will also cover the preparation of sirloin steaks the same way restaurants do it, so you can have the perfect “steakhouse Steak” at home without the Steakhouse prices.

Raw food handling is very important, so we will review the safest way to store, and handle beef without causing harmful bacteria to spread and cross-contaminate your kitchen. 

We will also be using the excess trimmings of the sirloin: We will be grinding it and preparing the perfect burgers filled with amazing flavor!  In addition, you will learn some wonderful new ways (and recipes) to top your burgers. From balsamic onion jam to Korean BBQ sauce, your freshly ground burgers will amaze with gourmet topping this summer cook-out season

As well, there will be a talk on the anatomy of the cow, and a question and answer segment on other cuts of beef, organs, and offal.


Instructor Chef Julie Thigpen:

 Graduated from Culinary School in 1992.  Chef Julie spent the first part of her career working on the savory side of the restaurant. In 1995 moved to Japan, where she spent 2 years learning Japanese cuisine. In 1998 she spent three weeks working in Thailand on a chef exchange program, where she learned Traditional Thai and Southeast Asian cuisines of the Pacific Rim.  

In 2001 Chef Julie moved to Dublin Ireland, and spent 2 years working for the Kingswood Country House as the head chef; preparing Haute French, and Continental cuisine in a fine-dining 4 star atmosphere.

 Upon returning to the United States Chef Julie went to work for Anson Restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina. She then switched over to the position of Pastry Chef.  Chef Julie worked for Anson for many years preparing all manner of desserts, pastries, and breads for their upscale Southeastern themed fine-dining operation.  


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