Cooking classes and more things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news

Pappardelle is one of the varieties of pasta carried at Semolina. Pasta-making classes held there fill up quickly, but you can sign up to be notified of future events.

Pappardelle is one of the varieties of pasta carried at Semolina. Pasta-making classes held there fill up quickly, but you can sign up to be notified of future events.

The winter brings a variety of food and cooking classes to broaden your culinary skills and palette.

While cooking classes at Glorioso’s Appetito have been canceled through January, other businesses are modifying class size and making changes in accordance with COVID-19 safety regulations. Classes are subject to change, but here are a few classes still scheduled.

New series of Korean cooking classes

Milwaukee Recreation is offering a new series of classes in traditional Korean cooking.

Learn how to prepare bulgogi, a Korean barbecue, rice cake soup and dumplings, kimchi pancakes and jjigae, a Korean stew, fried noodles, a spicy rice cake or bibimbap, a traditional dish of rice with vegetables and chili paste. The classes are 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays

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Guy Fieri’s ‘Tournament Of Champions’ Renewed For Season 3 At Food Network

EXCLUSIVE: Guy Fieri is cooking up another chapter of Tournament of Champions as Food Network renews the competition series for Season 3.

Set to return Sunday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, Tournament of Champions III will feature two-hour long episodes and 32 talented chefs vying for the $100,000 grand prize, the largest reward in the tournament’s history.

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The skills and abilities of the best chefs from the East and West coasts will be pushed to the limit, as host Guy Fieri spins the dreaded 5-wheeled randomizer that determines each cook-off: the protein, produce, equipment, cooking style, and time. A panel of judges, including Scott Conant, Cat Cora, Dominique Crenn and Giada De Laurentiis will evaluate the dishes blind. Judges also include Traci Des Jardins, Rocco DiSpirito, Lorena Garcia, Alex Guarnaschelli, Mashaharu Morimoto, Eric Ripert, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai, and Jonathan Waxman. Hunter Fieri will follow all

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Michigan’s Best Local Eats: Italian food, fresh pies are specialties at Booher’s Fresh Market

JACKSON COUNTY, MI – Enjoy a nice conversation and some homemade food at Booher’s Fresh Market in Napoleon.

Craig and Sandy Booher have owned the market, where they sell vegetables and flowers from their garden and homemade pies, since 2000. But, owning a sit-down restaurant was a longtime dream of theirs as a new way to connect with the community, and to share their love of cooking and hosting.

So, when Craig retired from Napoleon High School, they opened Booher’s Fresh Market restaurant on Jan. 4, hoping to achieve this dream.

“We prayed about it, and with COVID it seemed like the right time for him to retire. The building was available, and it seemed like the perfect time,” Sandy said.

While the restaurant is new, it has been non-stop busy, the Boohers said. They wanted the restaurant to feel like an extension of their kitchen, so the food has

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Brilliant batch-cooking tips to get organised this weekend

We all need a few batch-cook recipes to fall back on when life gets hectic. And with a little forward planning, it’s easy to prepare food that stretches beyond just one meal. You’ll save money, reduce waste and be ahead for busy days. Our top tips and ideas will make the process easier and more efficient, from how to make the most of your freezer space to base recipes for several different meals and what dishes won’t keep well. Read on and be inspired!

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