Enjoy a lesson in comforting Danish cuisine as you learn about the tradition of hygge.
“'Hygge is a Danish concept that loosely translates to being
cozy,” says Chef Daniel. In this hands-on cooking class, you’ll discover how this
translates to cooking with a three-course menu of savory, satisfying dishes that
are perfect for a warm and comfortable night in.
Being with crisp buttermilk fritters with goat cheese and
cured ham, and a beet salad topped with baby kale, pickled shallot and toasted
hazelnuts. And at the center of this feast, a baked seasonal fish served with
sausage, olives and cauliflower purée.
With cured ham, herbed goat cheese and honey
With toasted hazelnuts, pickled shallot, baby kale and mint
Baked Seasonal Fish
With cauliflower purée, corn, fennel sausage, and Castelvetrano olives
After graduating from culinary school, Chef Daniel completed an internship in Umbria, Italy and became a sous chef shortly afterward, partnering with Iron Chef Jose Garces. He's spent the last five years as the go-to chef for a selection of eateries within a restaurant group that has helped elevate a neighborhood in disrepair into a desirable upscale destination.