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Cajun “Fais Do Do”

September 23, 2010

A Cajun “Fais Do Do” (Street Party!)
Cooking Class & Dinner
with Guest Chef & Raconteur Tim Hall

October 8, 2010

We’re “taking it to the streets” this evening as we celebrate Cajun cuisine al fresco with Kansas City’s version of a“Fais Do Do” … a Cajun Street Party! Leading the festivities and firing up the outdoor fryer is Louisiana native Tim Hall, an accomplished cook, caterer, and author of Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler (a cookbook featuring iconic recipes gathered from his years of cooking traditional Cajun and Southern food).

Tim has an instant like-ability and a larger-than-life personality you won’t soon forget. Tonight this charming, talented and affable man will transport you to the Bayouthrough his candid insights about the food, the people and the lifestyle from one who has lived it!

Sit back and enjoy this masterful storyteller and travelling chef as he teaches you how to cook “Louisiana-style.”  Come for a dinner that will knock your Cajun socks:

  • Seasonal Cajun Salad
  • Deep-Fried Cornish Hens
  • Dirty Rice
  • Mixed Vegetable Stir-Fry
  • and, for dessert, Apple Crisp with Butter Pecan Sauce

As you eat you’ll learn the fundamentals of cooking for the “joie de vivre” that Tim knows so well. Add a glass of paired wine and you’ve got yourself a Friday night to remember!

(Dinner and Glass of Paired Wine; bring a jacket as we will be under the stars this evening

Scheduled class time: 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Note: This is a demonstration class with no hands-on participation.

click on the Cajun Button to slide into this class



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