SBLC | Learning Works is pleased to announce their first virtual event of the 2021 season, Dinner@Home.
Do you miss restaurant-quality meals? Are you sick of the question: What’s for dinner? Then join us on March 13th for a virtual cooking lesson!
Baltimore Chef, Adam Walker, will teach and cook along with us to prepare a New England Seafood Pie right in our own kitchens using common kitchen tools.
Your ticket includes free delivery of all the ingredients to prepare dinner for two, a prepared appetizer, a custom paired bottle of wine, and a prepared dessert.
Goat Cheese and Leek Crostini
whipped goat cheese, braised leeks, orange balsamic reduction
New England Lobster Pie
poached lobster and shrimp meat, enriched cream sauce, sherry wine, buttered breadcrumbs
Seared Kale Salad
tuscan kale, cherry tomatoes, garlic and peppercorn dressing
The Chef: Adam Walker
Chef Walker trained at Johnson & Wales University, where he earned an Associates Degree in Culinary Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Culinary Nutrition. By day, he studied the methods of classical cooking. By night, he applied those skills to his own unique creations as a professional restaurant chef.
Later as a Research Chef, developing food products for a wide variety of large companies, he learned how to create truly excellent food outside of a restaurant kitchen. He is influenced by his travel because “sometimes there’s no substitute for having a certain cuisine straight from the source.”
As a personal chef, Chef Adam has become the guy that people go to when they need something special that they just can’t find anywhere else. Now, Chef Adam “cooks what’s in his heart” preparing weekly kits for his customers of DinnerCrafters.
Chef Adam is eager for you to join him at this event. After all, the most important thing about cooking is sharing it with others.