Kulturkueche - Cooking Series: Zwiebelkuchen
Join chef Rita to make a traditional German "onion pie" - a savory German delicacy containing steamed onions, diced bacon, cream, and caraway seeds. Unlike quiche, it is baked on yeast dough, creating a flavorful dough and onion combination as the lean dough becomes crispy in the oven and does not overwhelm the toppings.
This tasty German fall dish is especially popular in the wine-growing regions of southwestern Germany, where it is served by local winemakers when their new wine (also "Federweisser" or "Moscht") comes out. Since new wine starts to ferment a few weeks after crush, it is only available for a short time.
To give you the full Zwiebelkuchen experience, we will serve German wine at this class. Welcome the new season by learning how to make a unique dish that will make you feel warm inside even as the days start to get colder. But act fast: Before you know it, Zwiebelkuchenzeit will be over!
Class fee includes recipe, hands-on demonstration, one drink from the bar, generous tasting, and great camaraderie.
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4740 N. Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60625
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|