With the holidays approaching, you know you have to host cocktail parties and other get-togethers -- but you have no idea what to cook. Stir Cooking School is hosting a class tonight that will solve all your problems and teach you how to make easy appetizers so creative and delicious that you'll impress yourself -- and, more important, your guests.
"Holiday How To: Appetizers and Hors d'oeuvres" will teach you how to make mini-beef Wellingtons with horseradish creme fraiche; bacon-corn madelines with black-pepper-agave whipped butter; artichoke-spinach dip; wonton cups with Waldorf chicken salad; and fig-and-olive tapenade with herbed goat-cheese crostini.
The class runs from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. tonight, and tuition is $69 per person. Make a reservation online or by calling 720-287-4823.
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