In Good Taste

How to Cut Up a Chicken

A butchery and cooking class at the Four Seasons will offer methods and recipes.

By Eva Niessner | February 20, 2014, 5:00 pm

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In Good Taste

How to Cut Up a Chicken

A butchery and cooking class at the Four Seasons will offer methods and recipes.

By Eva Niessner | February 20, 2014, 5:00 pm

-Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore Facebook

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If the thought of preparing a chicken dish from start to finish is intimidating, an upcoming workshop may be the perfect solution.

A butchery and cooking class will be held on Thursday, February 27, at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, beginning at 6 p.m. It will be taught by the hotel's French master butcher Marc Pauvert and executive chef Oliver Beckert.

Guests will learn how to buy and butcher a chicken with Pauvert, while Beckert will present chicken recipes and cooking techniques.

The $75 reservation includes the class, an evening of food and wine, a recipe book, and a special gift from the chefs.To reserve a space, call Vaughn Allen at 410-223-1333.



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