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Behind the Scenes: Angelena’s Culinary Classes

Join Chef James Briscione and Wine Director, Brooke Parkhurst as they lead a culinary classes this May and June. Classes will cover everything from shopping to preparation to presentation. The class begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 7:00 p.m. The class costs $65, plus tax and gratuity, per person which covers the cooking demonstration, tastings of the recipes, wine pairings, and a take-home recipe booklet so you can try the recipes in the comfort of your own home. Reservations are required, to reserve your spot, please contact Brooke Parkhurst, brooke@angelenaspensacola.com or 917-573-1613.

Thursday, May 13: Italian Grilling – Steaks, Farm-fresh Vegetables, Salads and More

Tuscans grill better! The outdoor grill is a one-stop cooking machine where everything from seasonal vegetables to prime cuts of beef to juicy Georgia peaches develop intense and unique flavors that can’t be created any other way. Simple, fresh and flavorful, learn how to prep, cook and garnish your grilled food like a Tuscan cowboy!

Thursday, July 8: Frutti di Mare: Seafood with an Italian Accent – Simple, fresh, seafood preparations to Celebrate Florida’s 200th Anniversary

With the upcoming 200th anniversary on July 17th, 2021 of Florida becoming a part of the United States, in the heart of Downtown Pensacola in Plaza Ferdinand. What better way to celebrate our great history than with a cooking class featuring local seafood favorites with an Italian accent. In this class, we marry Gulf Coast seafood with the Italian sensibility of bright and simple preparations and flavors. Chilled pasta starters take center stage with whole-baked fish and rich shellfish pastas.


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