May 17, 20215:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Virtual – once you’ve registered, you’ll receive the Zoom link along with the recipe and grocery list.
Back for an encore, Cordon Bleu-trained Chef and CII Trustee Lisa Baker Morgan is hosting a virtual series of three fun and interactive cooking classes with proceeds benefitting Children’s Institute. Join us for Dinner in Paris — we’ll cook together, toast each other and learn from a pro.
Attendees will receive an ingredients list ahead of time and Lisa will lead us in preparing seasonal culinary delights from the comfort of our own kitchens.
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Upcoming Dinner in Paris events:
Monday, May 17: Refreshing summer favorites – paired with wines from Judd’s Hill
Previous Dinner in Paris events:
Monday, February 22: Savory soufflé with winter greens and citrus salad – paired with wines from Ceja Vineyards
Monday, April 19: Fish and spring vegetables – paired with wines from Charles Wine Company
Each of the three classes will introduce ingredients and pairings suited for the season and at least one new technique participants can add to their repertoires. When finished, we’ll have a full battery of go-to recipes as each complements the other.
Tickets start at $150, or bundle classes and save. Sponsorships are available. Each ticket includes admission to the class, a CII wine glass, a CII apron, recipes, a grocery list and suggested wine pairings. Packages including wine are available.
Lisa is always happy to provide substitutions; recipes can be modified to consider food sensitivities and preferences.
About Lisa Baker Morgan
Lisa Baker Morgan earned her culinary degree from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and is the co-author of Homegrown Herb Garden and author of Paris, Part Time and Simple Pleasures: fifty-two weeks of turning ordinary ingredients into extraordinary moments.
For many years, she authored a travel and food blog, and has written numerous guest articles for food websites and blogs. She was featured in The Mothers of Reinvention as a mother who faced change in a positive way. In addition to her writing and cooking endeavors, Lisa has taken on humanitarian and philanthropic causes in the United States and internationally, including advocacy on behalf of adults and children who have endured childhood sexual assault and trauma.