Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Relish Culinary Adventure review

I brought my big girl camera to our cooking class last weekend and after putting the pictures on my computer, I decided Relish needed a full review.
 This class was so fun and all hands-on. And as a bonus, we sipped Rosé as we cooked!
Before we cooked our pizza, we learned how to make mozzarella and burrata cheese. We put some aside for the pizzas and the rest onto plates with heirloom tomatoes, pancetta and aged balsamic for appetizers and side plates.
Here's a fun action shot of my brothers flipping their dough:
Such a fun night out with the family and a fabulous way to celebrate my mom's birthday!

17 comments:

Pamela {Sequins and Sea Breezes} said...

What a fun experience! I've always wanted to try flipping the dough LOL!

<3, Pamela
sequinsandseabreezes.blogspot.com

Molly {Dreams in HD} said...

what an absolutely adorable little set-up they have! and great pictures, i especially love the one of your brothers flipping the dough :)

BLovedBoston said...

Well this just intensified my hunger!! Such a fun evening!

Jillian Manesh said...

that pizza looks SO good! i'd love to take a cooking class. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

Mree said...

So fun!! That pizza look delish!!

Katie Elizabeth said...

This looks like such a fun night and it doesn't hurt that the food looks amazing!

Jaclyn @ Love And Bellinis said...

That place looks so cute, and the food likes SO good-I'd love to do this!

amanda @ as the wine cork turns said...

this looks so fun! i love how you said "big girl" camera. hahaha! :)

Shannon Jenkins said...

Omg so sun! Loving the dough flipping pictures! Looks like it came out Yummy too!

<3 Shannon
Upbeatsoles.blogspot.com

Shelby / Recent Somethings said...

Gorgeous pictures! Dying for a camera that isn't attached to a phone. Love the pic of your brothers :)

MakeMeUpMia said...

What a fun time, I wish I could go here!

Gina said...

this is so cool! Great pictures, and it looks like the perfect way to celebrate your mom's bday. It must feel so good to be back home so that you don't have to miss celebrating with everyone;)
XO, Gina
http://classyeverafter.blogspot.com

Kristen said...

this is seriously adorable, and what a great idea! the food looks amazing, I would love to do this :)

Stacy G said...

This looks like so much fun and the pizza looks to die for!! I love homemade pizza. XO

emily | shell chicd said...

Ohhh my god that looks seriously amazing. I'm always so scared of cooking classes (fear of looking ridiculous in front of everyone else-- I'm that bad in the kitchen!), but if this were the end result, I'd be a little more inclined ;)

Jaime @ laviejaime said...

this looks so fun! reminds me of a cooking class i took in italy.

David Gilbertson said...

I was there that night too and really enjoyed the time making food and then tasting it right away. The mozzarella and pizza were yummy and the barrota was delicious. The icing on the cake was being able to celebrate a birthday with you and your family.

Hope to see you guys around Healsdburg again!