Carpaccio with Francesca Giarraffa

Carpaccio is a product of modern Italy, invented by a tavern owner in Venice. It usually involves thinly pounded slices of raw meat or fish served atop a light salad. Francesca offers you two versions to enjoy. Thin slices of raw beef tenderloin are served on a bed of greens, topped with shaved Parmesan cheese, truffle oil, and lemon juice. Thin slices of raw swordfish will be served on a  bed of mixed greens topped with olive oil, capers, and lemon juice. For the perfect dinner party, serve these salads with a variety of cheeses, olives, cured meats, and crispy baguettes. This class would be perfect with a glass of wine served at Whole Foods and brought to class.  This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave, Please register with Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation. Pre-registration required. Call 734-994-2300 x 53203.

Monday, November 12, 2012 - 18:30 to 20:30
Cooking Classroom