Welcome to Family Cooking Class
We are so excited you decided to join us on this culinary adventure! Everything you will need to follow along on this journey will be located on this page. Feel free to bookmark this page so you can refer back to it as needed!
Cook-Along with us Around the World.
We encourage you to purchase the ingredients, and then use the guided videos to cook along with our Chef Instructor. Click on the recipe image you wish to get started with and – Let’s get cooking!
This is a Middle Eastern inspired wrap consisting of marinated chicken topped with tahini dressing. Sumac is a spice often used in this recipe made from dried and ground berries of the wild sumac flower that is very versatile and can be used in many dishes. Download the full recipe for the ingredients and directions below and let’s get the family cooking! Watch the video for step-by-step instructions.
Vegetarian Red Pozole
This recipe is a delicious soup that incorporates peppers, onions, garlic, hominy, cilantro, carrots, and lime. Pozole is a soup of Mexican cuisine, traditionally made with pork. Our vegetarian adaptation is made from a flavorful chili pepper red sauce. Other types of Pozole are green, made with tomatillos or other green ingredients and white, made without red or green sauce. Download the full recipe for your grocery list and watch the step-by-step video for instructions.
This classic Chinese recipe is sautéed brown rice & chicken, with carrot, bell pepper, and greens flavored with soy sauce and curry paste. Fried rice is traditionally made with leftover ingredients, especially day-old rice since it prevents a soggy end product. Download the full recipe for a grocery list and watch the step-by-step videos for cooking instructions.
This dish is a flavorful stew that incorporates beef, carrots, squash, onions, potatoes, and cabbage. Traditionally, JouMou is made with beef marinated in Haitian Epis and pureed Kabocha squash with hearty vegetables like potatoes and carrots with aromatics onions, leeks, and garlic. This soup is normally consumed in celebration on January 1st, honoring Haiti’s revolution and independence.
Put your skills to the test! There is no video for this recipe – we want to see what you have learned! Make sure you have a copy of the Digital Workbook close by.