Even though its flavors are rooted in Asian cuisine, Springfield-style Cashew Chicken is an all-American Ozarks tradition. Created by David Leong, a local chef originally from China, this dish merged Chinese flavors with an American favorite, fried chicken, to create a dish that was wholly embraced by the residents of his adopted city. In this class, we’ll show you how to make it at home! Plus, Debbie will demonstrate a simple Macaroon recipe for something sweet.
In addition to recipes and samples of the treats prepared, each class participant receives a complimentary copy of Midwest Living Magazine.
Price: $15 plus tax, per person - Running Time: 60 Minutes - Instructor: Master Craftsman of Culinary Arts Debbie Dance Uhrig
11:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
March 17 & 26
April 1, 12, 23 & 28
May 11, 17 & 26
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Additional Information: Children are welcome to classes at the discretion of parents/guardians and require a seat purchase. Seating in the Demonstration Kitchen is open 10 minutes prior to your scheduled class, available on a first-come basis as you check in at the Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School. A One-Day Admission Ticket or Season Pass is required for park entry. The Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School is located just past the entrance to Echo Hollow® Amphitheatre.
Reservations may be purchased online, by calling 800-475-9370 or at the Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School, subject to seating availability. Full payment is required at time of booking. Classes may be refunded if cancellation is received at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled class. No refunds are provided due to inclement weather, unless the park is closed for the day or time of the class. A $1 convenience fee is applied to each ticket purchased online.