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Handmade Bagels with Erica: "The Gluten Matrix"

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Erica Wides is one of our school’s beloved chef-instructors and the host of “Funny People Making Food,” a YouTube series that follows her attempts to teach comedians how to cook. Since Erica teaches our Handmade Bagel Workshop, and I’ve never attempted to make one from scratch, I thought it was time to remedy that hole in my repertoire and have her show me the ropes. I’ll happily gloat that the bagels we made were at the very least, on par with some of the best bagels I’ve ever eaten. I also created a signature bagel using some add-ins from Erica’s well-stocked kitchen, which I am surprised that not in rotation at every bagel shop. You’ll want to hear all about that. Listen in.

RECIPE: Handmade Bagels

Take a virtual cooking class with Chef Erica! Have you enjoyed this bagel tutorial, and are curious to learn more about cooking good food? Well, you are in luck. While our NYC flagship cooking school is closed as the country waits out the pandemic, all our cooking classes are taking place online (live and interactive!), so you can tune in from your kitchen and cook alongside your instructor, including our popular "Bagel Workshop" led by Chef Erica. Maximum 10 people per class. 

The ongoing cooking class schedule is here: www.homecookingny.com. Mention in the "Notes to Instructor" section that you are you a Kitchen Radio listener, and we'll refund you 30% off the class price ($45 per class, and includes everyone in your household).

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