Friday February 23

Lunch Club- The Hottest Kitchen Appliance!


Electric pressure cookers and multicookers

Tired of the same-old, same old? Try thinking about lunch in a whole new way and sign up for Lunch Club! In the same hour that you usually spend chomping down a sandwich while you look at your phone, you can be seated at Hot Stove Society while Tom Douglas Restaurants Executive Chef Eric Tanaka cooks lunch for you!

The new generation of electric pressure cookers and multicookers (such as the Instant Pot®) are wildly popular. Are you thinking of buying an electric pressure cooker? Or do you already own one that you want to use more frequently? Chef ET is cooking recipes from Dinner in an Instant by Melissa Clark, the highly regarded food writer from the New York Times, to give you a feel for the range of dishes you can achieve with these modern appliances.

Go ahead and treat yourself to this special way to go out for lunch. Better yet, find a buddy and make it a lunch date!

What You’ll Learn: (demo only)

  • Soft Boiled Egg with Pickled Anchovy- what’s the main advantage of cooking eggs in the electric pressure cooker? Answer: they are a dream to peel!
  • Chicken + Dumplings- a simmering pot of chicken and vegetables with fluffy dumplings is the ultimate comfort food
  • Dulce de Leche with Chocolate Babka- an electric pressure cooker makes dulce de leche in a fraction of the time it takes in the oven

If you have a question about this class, please contact

Lunch Club- The Hottest Kitchen Appliance!
Where Hotel Andra
[ view map ]

When Friday February 23
12:00 - 1:00 PM

Enroll: $25.00

From the store

Related Classes

There are no more tickets available.
Enroll these before the class is sold out!
Only one ticket available for this class!
Lunch Club- The Hottest Kitchen Appliance!
with Chef Eric Tanaka

Please enter the attendees names

Hello! Looks like you're using an older version of your browser (IE8 or older).
Please update to the latest version in order to view this and other websites in the way they were meant to be seen!