Authentic Greek Cooking Class with a Cookbook Author

43 Ratings
  • 3 hr

Itinerary Details

Authentic Greek Cooking Class with a Cookbook Author

Learn the secrets of healthy Greek cooking, including phyllo finesse, at this cooking class hosted by cookbook author Christina Xenos. Learn all her tips and recipes, then eat together!

The class can be modified to accommodate a variety of diets/food preferences, just inquire with Christina when you book. Start time is also flexible for this class and can be discussed prior to booking.

• Learn how to cook traditional Greek appetizers and main dishes, then feast on your creations
• Coffee and tea are included, guests can also BYOB
• Communal cooking class and dining for 4 to 8 people
• You'll get to take home a signed copy of the host's cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the class!

About your host, Christina: "Welcome to my kitchen! I'm Christina, a professional chef, cookbook author, recipe developer, and journalist based in Los Angeles, California. I love tantalizing palates throughout the city with traditional and modern Greek-themed pop-up dining experiences, which have been featured in Food & Wine magazine, amongst other media outlets."

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Wellness Check: We ask all hosts and guests to confirm that they are free of COVID-19 symptoms before attending an Eatwith event. We also ask all participants to limit physical interactions including bypassing the customary welcome handshake.

appetizer

Tzatziki
Christina's version of the classic yogurt-cucumber spread.

Keftedes
Traditional Greek Meatballs

Mains

Spanakopita
Learn how to make one of Christina's most famous recipes. Layers of crispy phyllo dough encasing a savory mixture of spinach, feta, and fresh herbs. You will learn the secrets of working with phyllo, so you can be confident doing it on your own.

Shrimp Santorini
A classic dish of slowly roasted tomatoes, onions, and feta cheese topped with succulent shrimp. Another recipe favorite from her cookbook.

Dessert

Portokalopita
Traditional Greek Orange pie.
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