Cook to impress with Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

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food-and-wine Long Beach  Parks, Recreation and MarineOne of the most innovative, interesting, and delectable art forms is that of food. This summer, Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine is offering unique and luxurious experiences for expanding your techniques in the kitchen. Join us for two brand new classes, Seafood for the Future and An Experiment in Food and Wine, and learn from prestigious chefs in some of the most beautiful venues Long Beach has to offer.

Seafood for the Future Cooking Demo and Wine Flight will prove that “sustainable tastes better”! Come join us on the scenic Terrace Plaza as the sun sets for an evening of fun, fresh and delicious sustainable seafood. There will be live music, recipe sharing and open dialogue with SAVOR’s Executive Chef and team on seafood and sustainability. This demo will be held July 13th and August 10th from 6:30-8:30pm for individuals 21 years and over, $45.

An Experiment in Food and Wine delves into the secrets of the marriage between food and wine. In this class we will experiment with a number of food and wine combinations that will demonstrate why some pairings work and some don’t. The evening is sure to be fun and informative. Class will be held August 4th from 6:30-8pm at the beautiful Hotel Maya. Ages 21 and over, $45.

Five easy ways to register:

  • Touch-Tone: Call (562) 570-3111 to get your password and be set up for this convenient registration service.
  • On-line – Rec-Connect: Call (562) 570-3111 and get your password and be set up to register on line. It’s fast and easy!
  • Mail-In: to City of Long Beach, P.O. Box 15827, Long Beach, CA 90815.
    Fax-In: to (562) 570-3113.
  • Walk-In: Register at El Dorado Park Administration Building, 2760 Studebaker Road, Long Beach, CA 90815. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call (562) 570-3111.

For information on other Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine programs, call (562) 570-3100 or visit the Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine website, sign up for E-notify and we’ll e-mail you the latest information!

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