Let Wynn Las Vegas teach you about flower arranging, seafood cooking and more
You bought flowers at the supermarket. A new bread maker is on your kitchen counter. Now what? Let an expert flower arranger, chefs and more teach you their secrets throughout 2018 during Master Classes at Wynn Las Vegas.
The five star resort continues his Master class series for a second year with new additions to the well-curated list of 2017 offerings. Last year’s classes took participants behind the scenes of the hotel-casino, from the poker room to the nightclub to the kitchen where new cocktail ideas are tested.
Here are some of this year’s offers:
“Florist for a day” at 10 am on January 18.
Sip champagne and sample appetizers while creating floral arrangements to take home under the direction of the hotel’s floral designer, Camille Lopez. Floral Manager Evelyn Herrara will begin the workshop with a tour of the property to see her amazing flower displays. $ 150 per person.
Master Tailgating Class, 2:00 p.m., January 19
Just in time for Sunday’s NFL Championship and Super Bowl, two of Wynn’s executive chefs will share tips on how cooks can elevate their game. Participants will learn how to bake treats such as baked potatoes. loaded, buffalo wings, chili and pretzels with pub cheese. $ 150 per person.
“Fearless Seafood Cooking”, noon, February 23
If preparing fresh fish and seafood seems intimidating, let Mark LoRusso, Executive Chef of the Costa di Mare, demystify it for yourself. He will demonstrate simple techniques for preparing seafood dishes at home. Guests will also find inspiration tasting the restaurant’s seasonal specialties. $ 150.
“Mastering the Making of Bread”, 2:00 p.m., March 21
Master artisan baker Johan Willar will take participants inside the hotel’s bakery to share recipes and techniques for successful home baking. Under the gaze of the guests, he will prepare both a crispy baguette and a soft Pullman bread. The workshop includes a charcuterie lunch. $ 150.
“Cuisine, Sinatra style”, at noon on April 21
Luke Palladino, Executive Chef of Sintra, will team up with Frank Sinatra’s granddaughter AJ Lambert to cook up some of Ol ‘Blue Eyes’ favorite dishes. The making of homemade pasta will be one of the techniques taught. The course will be followed by lunch. $ 175.
Prices include taxes and tips. Tickets can be purchased by calling (702) 770-7070.
Other courses and dates will be announced.