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SOLD OUT: Spring Fling w/ Violet (online)
May 19 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm$ 49.99
THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT.
Get ready for Spring with our fresh twists on French classics for everyday suppers. This 2-hour class is all about glorious peas, rhubarb, greens and more. You’ll learn the anatomy of a salad, how to make the perfect quiche, what to do with your farmers market bounties and a dessert recipe you’ll want to keep handy for the rest of the year.
Menu (subject to change according to market availability):
- Salade Niçoise
- Green Garlic and Mushroom Quiche
- Sauteed Spring Peas with Pistou
- Rhubarb Apple Cobbler
When you register for an online class we’ll send you:
- A ZOOM link, so you can easily log into class
- A packet with all the recipes featured in class
- An ingredient list to make shopping easy
- An equipment list so you can be prepared to follow along in class
In Los Angeles? We’ll do the shopping for you! Pick up the ingredients at Violet already measured out at prepared by our staff. Choose the “pick up” option during check out, select the amount of people you’re cooking for and we’ll take care of the rest!
*An additional charge applies for pick up service.
Meet Your Instructor
Violet Los Angeles founder DANA SLATKIN always dreamed of opening a delightful neighborhood gathering place, like the ones where she spent so much time while studying and working in Italy and France. Born in Los Angeles, Dana is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and The Culinary Institute of America. She trained with chefs Georges Blanc and Michel Guèrard at their eponymous Michelin three-star restaurants in France, patissier Pierre Hermé at Fauchon in Paris, and David Bouley in New York City. Dana moved back to Los Angeles to become General Manager at L’Orangerie. In 1994, she helped launch the Beverly Hills Farmers Market, later using the name and inspiration for her own line of snacks and baked goods, which she sold to airlines and supermarkets for a decade. Dana’s first cookbook, Summertime Anytime: Recipes From Shutters On The Beach, was published in 2008 by Clarkson Potter. As the Beverly Hills Farmgirl, she ran a cooking school and shop for twelve years. She is a mother of three, a board member of the Berkeley Food Institute, a classical pianist, and an avid crosswordist.