April 18 – The New Orleans Po’ Boy

Mon, April 18, 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

April 18 – The New Orleans Po’ Boy

In much of the world, oysters are a delicacy for a special occasion — but in New Orleans they’re the staple ingredient of an accessible everyday sandwich. Fried oyster po’ boys are up there with cajun cooking as great Louisiana culinary exports, and in this class Laura Pyles will teach you to make them from scratch. You’ll start by making your own homemade po’ boy rolls as part of a cornmeal fried oyster po’ boy with creole slaw and remoulade; plus a variation, the fall-apart roast beef po’ boy with debris gravy and onion straws. You’ll learn how to make from-scratch Louisiana-style hot sauce, and some techniques for dough making, frying, and roux.

We are excited to welcome you into our space and would like to remind you of our covid policy. For the safety and comfort of our guests and staff, we are requiring proof of vaccination and ID to attend in-person events in our space. Please make sure you and your guests know to bring either their vaccination card or a photo of their card as well as their ID. If you have had symptoms of covid or if you have been in close contact with someone with covid in the past 10 days, please follow the current CDC guidelines. If you are sick, please stay home. Guests may be required to wear a mask during instruction, depending on the local transmission rate at the time of class  (we will have some extra masks on hand if needed). Thank you for your help keeping each other and our staff safe!


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