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Napa Valley Cooking School

Greg Miraglia
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Napa Valley Cooking School

Greg Miraglia has returned to the Napa Valley Cooking School to teach some classes in the very popular Food Enthusiast Program.  This program offers speciality cooking classes in the evening and on Saturdays designed for home cooks, visiting tourists, and foodies of all ages who love cooking in the Napa Valley.  No experience is necessary.  Most of the classes are hands-on and include a meal. Everyone leaves with experience and a recipe packet with all of the instructions for dishes prepared during the class.

2019 Classes

The Perfect Scone
Winter Soups
8-Course Italian Dinner For 8
Team Building Summer Dinner
Scones and Biscotti
Feast of the Seven Fishes
Spring Italian Dinner

Next Class:

Pop-Up Restaurant “Spring Italian Dinner”
Saturday, May 30 2020, 6PM to 8PM
A chef’s table experience featuring some classic Italian favorites with a twist presented by Chef Greg Miraglia & Chef Elena Sirignano. Imagine a spring evening on a little farm in hills of Tuscany or maybe near the shores of Genoa. Join us for a demonstration dinner and learn how you can replicate these dishes at home for your family and friends. Arrive and enjoy an aperol sprtiz. Your 5-course dinner will include house made focaccia, a grilled caesar salad, house made linguine with arugula pesto and grilled tiger prawns, a lamb-cheta with risotto and spring peas; finished with a trio tasting of Italian specialty desserts. Pre-registration required.
Demonstration and Dinner – Cost: $135 – #75989 – Canceled due to the CV-19 health emergency

Learn More:

Greg Miraglia served as the dean over the Napa Valley Cooking School for two years.  After retiring from administration, he attended the program as a student and has taken numerous Food Enthusiast classes since.  Follow his culinary work on Instagram.