Lamb with Polenta on December 13th
Lamb with Polenta
with Pimm's Cup
and partnership with Corison Winery
Sunday, December 13th at 2:00 pm or 4:00 pm PST
With Special Guest TBA
This class is approximately 90 minutes
This class will be taught by Truffle Shuffle founders Tyler, Jason, and Sarah who all met working together at the French Laundry. Click here to learn more about how they started their business and pivoted to teaching live cooking classes in 2020.
Lamb Roast is a classic dish to have this time of year. Chef Tyler would never let a December go by without making a lamb roast. He has cooked lamb every year around the Holidays since he was 14 years old. We can’t wait to share this tradition with you guys during this one of a kind cooking experience. Once you learn Chef Tyler’s technique, Lamb Roast will become a nonnegotiable on your holiday menu.
This Experience Includes everything for two generous portions
Roasted Rack of Lamb
Lamb from Superior Farms where they have a long-standing commitment to the well-being and care of their flock. Lambs are set to pasture across vast grasslands, sustaining on the natural vegetation.
Anson Mills Polenta
Classic-style, authentic polenta from new crop white or yellow flint corn, Anson Mills polenta displays appealing floral corn aroma and flavor, and a silky, beaded texture. Produced whole-grain and fresh from the mill, this is the finest new crop polenta in the United States.
Roasted Carrots Finished with Preserved Lemon, and Sultanas
Local sweet carrots that you will learn how to slow roast to perfection and finish with tart preserved lemon and delightful bursts of sultanas
Balinese Truffle Salt
Our Truffle Salt is made from single-source, family-farmed sea salt from Bali. Wernie, the grandmother of the family, finishes and inspects all of the salt to ensure and maintain the quality and consistency.
Pimm’s Cup Cocktail
Pimm’s Cup is a classic cocktail, full of history, nostalgia and mysterious ingredients. Pimm’s Cup is a concoction of mint, chopped fruit, lemonade, and Pimm’s, a British gin-based liqueur that’s the foundation of the eponymous cocktail. It’s deep red and flavored with unspecified herbal botanicals, spices, and caramelized orange. Pimm’s was invented in the 1840s by a James Pimm, proprietor of a London oyster bar. Alcohol was considered medicine in the 19th century, so Pimm marketed his concoction as a health tonic. It was a gigantic hit, so he began bottling his top secret concoction and selling it.
Don't even think about enjoying this stunning dish without the proper wine pairing. Here at Truffle Shuffle, we have you covered. Corison Winery's 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon is the most delectable, rich wine with notes of baking spice and dark fruits. Click here to snag a bottle to enjoy with your Sunday night lamb and polenta.