Entertaining at Home Series: Spring Supper Club

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Event Overview

Spring has sprung! Celebrate nature’s gifts of artichokes, asparagus, rhubarb, and more with our Cooking at-Home Specialist, Lorna Biljan. Class will be greeted with apertif cocktails and then be led through a hands-on vegetarian small plates menu featuring in-season produce. Class will also be making a Boozy Rhubarb Tonic (non-alcoholic options available).

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Welcome to the Lincoln Park Store! Through its décor and products, this store embodies all the things that make Chicago great. We consider it our homage to one of the greatest cities on the earth.

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EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Abby D.
    Reviewed on 11/27/17

    Highly recommend any of the Whole Foods Lincoln Park classes. The instructors were friendly and knowledgeable, and answered specific questions students had. The class was a good mix of demonstration and hands on practice - and the food was tasty (with leftovers to spare!)

    Highly recommend any of the Whole Foods Lincoln Park classes. The instructors were friendly and knowledgeable, and answered specific questions students had. The class was a good mix of demonstration and hands on practice - and the food was tasty (with leftovers to spare!)

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    Malgorzata Z.
    Reviewed on 05/19/17

    I really enjoyed this class. Great menu—simple and delicious to make!

    I really enjoyed this class. Great menu—simple and delicious to make!

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    Carolin L.
    Reviewed on 05/19/17

    Loved this class!! The menu was amazing and I will be making everything again at home, especially the carrot gnocchi and pesto. Yum! Lorna is a wonderful instructor! She's funny and makes cooking very approachable. I can't wait to take more of her classes this summer.

    Loved this class!! The menu was amazing and I will be making everything again at home, especially the carrot gnocchi and pesto. Yum! Lorna is a wonderful instructor! She's funny and makes cooking very approachable. I can't wait to take more of her classes this summer.

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    Audre C.
    Reviewed on 05/19/17

    After reading the description I was hoping that we would be learning to cook vegetables. On the contrary, the teacher was showing us how to make food that was pretty unhealthy - pastries & gnocchi. Butter and sugar everywhere, I think I ended up eating like 3000 calories that evening. Also, it was more about watching the teacher than doing it, so I don't think I will apply much from this class in my everyday life. Having said that, the teacher was very pleasant, nice and friendly, so I think if the initial dabble description of the class would have been more correct and she could have listed the menu of the dishes she was planning on focusing on, it would have weeded out people like me, who eat very healthy and wanted to learn how to cook vegetables rather than flour-based comfort foods.

    After reading the description I was hoping that we would be learning to cook vegetables. On the contrary, the teacher was showing us how to make food that was pretty unhealthy - pastries & gnocchi. Butter and sugar everywhere, I think I ended up eating like 3000 calories that evening. Also, it was more about watching the teacher than doing it, so I don't think I will apply much from this class in my everyday life. Having said that, the teacher was very pleasant, nice and friendly, so I think if the initial dabble description of the class would have been more correct and she could have listed the menu of the dishes she was planning on focusing on, it would have weeded out people like me, who eat very healthy and wanted to learn how to cook vegetables rather than flour-based comfort foods.

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