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McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant Cooking Class Scheduled For March 16

McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant Cooking Class Scheduled For March 16


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McCormick & Kuleto’s Seafood Restaurant in San Franciscowill host a cooking class taught by the restaurant’s Executive Chef Liz Ozanich which will take place on Wednesday, March 16 from 6:30to 8:00 p.m.

The class is priced at $25.00 and will be held at the restaurant in Ghirardelli Square. Advance reservations are required and the class size is limited.

The menu that will be taught will be comprised of Lobster Medallions with artichoke and chestnut wonton ravioli in a porcini mushroom broth; Petrale Sole Veronique with baby carrots, parsnips and cippolini onions; and Dried Fig Compote with aged balsamic vinegar over Double Rainbow vanilla ice cream. Samples of each dish will be included with the class.

Techniques for de-shelling lobster, stuffing wonton ravioli, sautéing fish and making the perfect wine butter sauce will all be covered.

Chef Ozanich, prior to joining the McCormick & Kuleto’s team, was the Executive Chef at the Seafood Brasserie in Santa Rosa, California, a venue that she helped launch in 2002. Before coming to the Bay Area, she was the protégé of the internationally acclaimed Philippe Boulot who was the Executive Chef at the Heathman Restaurant in Portland, Oregonand a winner of the James Beard “Best Chef/Northwest Region” award. Complementing her work on the West Coast have been stints in the American Midwest and a year spent in France.

McCormick & Kuleto's Seafood Restaurant is located in Ghirardelli Square(900 North Point Street) at the corner of Beach and Larkin Streets, in San Francisco, California. Validated parking is offered in the on-site garage. Visit McCormick & Kuleto's on the Web at www.mccormickandkuletos.com. For more information or reservations, also available at OpenTable.com, call (415) 929-1730.


Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



Winter is Coming/ It's Baking Time

I love winter. Don't you? Don't you just love like to wake up in a white morning where the rooftops, the trees, the cars and many more are covered with snow. That white blanket just makes me smile.  Reading a book while wearing my fuzzy socks and drinking hot chocolate in front of the window while it is snowing outside makes me more than happy actually. 

Last Wednesday and Thursday it snowed heavily. I mean it snowed as if it would never stop. But the governorship did not cancel the school for a day. What a great idea to make an Istanbul-habitant to suffer. We were stuck in the Istanbul traffic for hours. I wished it was a snow day and I could have baked at home. (By the way we even prayed for snow at school as a class so that the school would be cancelled for a day because of the snow). When I finally arrived at school I completely changed my mind. The school was "beau-ti-ful". It is one of the rare times when I feel that I actually like my school. The view was great. It was a great place for a photographer. I  just tried to capture every branch of the tree, every rooftop and many other stuff. You can probably imagine how my camera roll looks like at the moment. Here are some photos (before all of the snow "war" happened) that I think you might enjoy: 



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