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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

Our Pittsburgh “staycation”, prepare and enjoy cuisines from around the world. During our culinary "tours" we visit Greece, Thailand, Morocco, Spain, India, Mexico and a trip to New Orleans to savor good olde Cajun and Creole comfort food. We even have a class in Pierogie Making as well as a Sushi Making class.These international classes are intended to whet your appetite and to introduce you to the various cuisines and ingredients unique to the various countries we "visit". Hoping that you will take this new found knowledge and venture still further into the preparation and sampling of the foods of the world. Cost $95
REGIONAL ITALIAN CLASSES
We now offer a number Regional Italian classes: The culinary Regions are: Emiglia-Romagna, Lombardy, Tuscany, Campania, and Abruzzo, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Venuto, Puglia, Calabria & Sardinia. So why not join us for a culinary tour of this great country?
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FOODS OF GREECE: 
During our "trip" to ancient Greece we will prepare: Hummus, Spanikopita, Moussaka, Broiled Salmon w/Citrus Sauce and of course Baklava.
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FOODS OF THAILAND: This wonderful Asian cuisine, invites us to sample, fish sauce (Nam Pla), preserved turnip, galanga and shrimp paste and many other strange ingredients, while we prepare a delightful meal that includes a Green Chicken Curry and Pad Thai as well as a spicy coconut dessert.
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FOODS OF MOROCCO: This colorful northern African nation, is famous for its lamb and couscous, and we will be serving both of these along with a variety of mezze (appetizers) including, Borek and a bulgar salad with walnuts & red pepper.
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FOODS OF SPAIN: The famous Paella will be proceeded by a selection of tapas, including the firey Romansc and Mushrooms marinated in a Sherry Vinaigrette. Dessert will include a mouthwatering cake made with the famous Valencia oranges.
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FOODS OF INDIA: Not all indian food is hot but it is always spicy. Naan bread, cucumber raita, and tomato chutney will accompany a Chicken Kashmiri and a Vegetable Jalfrazi. And for dessert Mango Lazzi and Banana Fritters. UPCOMING CLICK HERE for dates and book

FOODS OF MEXICO: Food from South of the Border is not all nachos and enchiladas. We will make Chicken with Mole (chocolate) Sauce, Lime Soup, Chilies Rellenos and a silky smooth Orange Flan.
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CAJUN SOUL FOOD: Foods of the Big Easy, Chicken Gumbo, Shrimp Ettouffe and for dessert a Sweet Potato Pecan Pie. "Laissez Les bons temps rouler!"
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PIEROGIE MAKING: What international cooking series in Pittsburgh would be complete without a Pierogie making class. Come and learn the traditional techniques taught to us by some of the older generation of polish inhabitants of the South Side. CLICK HERE for dates and book

SUSHI MAKING CLASS:During this class we will learn the ancient art of Sushi Making. Many sushi chefs study for 15 years or more to master this art, but we will put you on the right path. We will make a variety of different sushi and sashimi rolls, as well as a traditional Dumpling Soup and there are always leftovers to take home.
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FOODS OF THE CARIBBEAN: Numerous dishes from the exotic Caribbean Islands, including Jerk Pork with rice and beans, and Avocado Salad.
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FOODS OF BRAZIL: Let us take you on a culinary tour of this colorful vibrant country. Dishes prepared include the infamous Feijoada, a carnivore’s dream, and a mouthwatering Lime Pave and a selection of Brazilian street foods.
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PASTA FROM SCRATCH: This is a really fun class where you learn to make pasta by hand. Then we cut in a variety of ways and make a mouthwatering selection of sauces to serve with each.
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Gaynor's School Of Cooking

309 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

412.325.2703

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Street parking is available evenings and weekends, at other times the nearest parking lot is Station Square