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Has the mushroom counter at the grocery store got you confused? In tonight’s class, immerse yourself in the world of mushrooms. Learn about the various types commonly found
Has the mushroom counter at the grocery store got you confused? In tonight’s class, immerse yourself in the world of mushrooms. Learn about the various types commonly found in grocery stores, as well as specialty mushrooms that are available. Jill will discuss which mushrooms are best for different cooking methods, like adding to brothy soups or for sauteing, and how to use the exquisite truffle flavour. Get helpful hints on cleaning, storing and preparing fresh and dried mushrooms.
Class includes: A jar of mushroom truffle paste and a package of sundried tomatoes ($15 value)
- Sautéed Mushroom Truffle Pizza with Fontina and fresh Arugula (cook along)
- Mushroom and Vegetable Pho (demo)
- Mushroom stock (demo)
- Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms with Sausage, Sundried Tomatoes and Goat’s Cheese (cook along)
***ALL TICKETS ARE FINAL SALE***
Classes are conducted via Zoom.
About three to four days before the event, participants will receive:
• Class ID/URL and password
• Recipe package
• Shopping list
• Equipment list
Note: Please be aware that take-home package included in the ticket price will need to be picked up from our store prior to the class. If shipping is required, please contact us directly at 519-645-1335
Virtual Event Details
(Thursday) 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM EST
Jill Wilcox was born and raised in London, Ontario. It was on a trip to Europe that she knew her life would revolve around food, well-prepared meals and bringing friends and family together around the table.
For over 35 years, Jill has inspired others to cook through her London Free Press recipe column, many cook books and cooking classes. Since 1999, Jill’s Table has been London’s premier specialty food and housewares store, bringing in the best products from across Canada and around the world.
In the spirit of giving back to the community, she established The Jill Wilcox Foundation in 2012. All funds raised by the foundation go to local charitable organizations that help women and children in food related initiatives.