New Orleans, LA (Vocus) January 26, 2010
Just in time to impress your sweetie on Valentine’s Day, Café Adelaide’s Executive Chef Chris Lusk will hold the first in a series of five “Cooking with Chris” demos. In the “Cooking with Love” class on February 6, Chef Lusk will show the attendees how to prepare two “perfect matches” for a Valentine’s Day dinner: Salt and pepper shrimp and grits and triple chocolate biscuit pudding.
Each cooking demonstration from Chef Lusk, Esquire magazine’s 2009 “breakout chef to watch,” will include a welcome cocktail tied into the cooking theme, two cooking demos with a tasting of each dish and recipes for the class participants to prepare at home.
The cooking demo menu features:
Saturday, February 6, Cooking with Love
Saturday, March 13, Luck of the Irish
Saturday, May 1, Celebrating Cinco de Mayo
Saturday, August 7, BBQ’s and Brews
Saturday, November 20, Entertaining at Home
Each class is $29 per person, from 1 -2:30 p.m. at Café Adelaide located inside Loews New Orleans Hotel at 300 Poydras Street. Valet parking is complimentary.
For additional information or reservations please call 504-595-3305.
About Loews New Orleans Hotel
Situated adjacent to New Orleans’ Arts District, the 285-room Loews New Orleans Hotel features sweeping views of the Mississippi River or New Orleans skyline. Personalized service and beautifully appointed guestrooms provide an unpretentious Four-diamond and MORE experience, while Café Adelaide and the Swizzle Stick Bar (operated by the Commander’s Palace Family of Restaurants) offers award-winning local cuisine in a relaxed setting, embodying the essence of the Crescent City.
About Café Adelaide and the Swizzle Stick Bar
Café Adelaide and the Swizzle Stick Bar, opened in February 2004 by New Orleans’ own Ti Martin and Lally Brennan, who also owns Commander’s Palace New Orleans, Brennan’s of Houston and Commander’s Palace Destin, in Florida. In the playful, creative spirit of the Brennan’s beloved Aunt Adelaide -- who embraced the joie de vivre and the spirit of the 1950s and 1960s cocktail culture -- everything about Café Adelaide and the Swizzle Stick Bar is centered around her charming pursuit of the good life from high-falutin’ to low-down…with great New Orleans food.