CANCELLED – Learn the ins and outs of creating your own specialty food business. The series features professionals experienced in business planning, financing, suppliers, fabrication, labeling, marketing, equipment, online sales, and, of course, the Missoula City/County Health Dept. Continue reading →
In the fall, western Oregon celebrates the bounty with wine, hazelnuts, blue cheese, pears, and duck prosciutto. This recipe uses all those good ingredients plus some wonderful local Montana additions. Continue reading →
This is phenomenally smooth, rich dessert that we served at Moonlight Kitchens’ Chocolate-Lovers’ Dinner. It is quick and easy to assemble. 8-10 Servings Cook over very low heat until dissolved, but not brown, to make a syrup: ¼ cup sugar … Continue reading →
Do you have a child, friend, or relative, who needs to learn to cook? Maybe you? Back Burner Basics is a fun, easy series of classes (with no tests) designed to introduce novices to the tricks behind the magic of cooking. Continue reading →
While Moonlight Kitchens is set up to accommodate commercial users, it’s also easy to use for non-professionals. The cooking equipment is “hurkier” than residential stuff which means food gets hotter or colder faster.
◊ Missoula Feast Week Tasting Dinner ◊ TRADITIONAL 10-COURSE ITALIAN DINNER WITH PAIRED WINES Saturday, Nov. 11th 6-9pm $50/person Limit 14 – Reservations Required Chef – Rebecca Peart (Crave Catering & Cakes), Sommelier – Mike Tornatore (Wine Guy Mike). A percentage of profits supports the Community Food & Agriculture … Continue reading →
New Tasting Dinner Series Lures Adventurous Eaters As a way to encourage and assist Montanans in embracing all things food, Moonlight Kitchens is offering a series of scrumptious themed dinners served in their intimate dining area complete with fireplace and … Continue reading →