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Cuisine

Hot Springs, AR Cooking Classes!

Learn new cooking and baking skills, and have lots of fun doing it! Each session focuses on a different type of cuisine. Our hands-on Hot Springs, AR cooking school provides time for you to learn and ask questions, and no cooking experience is necessary. Space is extremely limited.

2015 Cooking School Schedule:

Saturday, January 31                Raising Dough, led by guest Kathryn White, one of the 8 Broads In The Kitchen

Saturday, February 28               Eggs Eggstravaganza

Saturday, May 2                       Chocolate Lovers Delight

Tuesday, June 16                     Gluten Free: Fresh and Delicious

Monday, August 3                     Cookies & Cupcakes With and For Kids (ages 7 & up)

Saturday, September 26            Bacon Bonanza

Saturday, December 5              Make Ahead Breakfast/Brunch

Lookout Point Cooking Schools start at 11am and end by 2:30pm. The registration fee of $70 per person ($60 if you are a guest at Lookout Point for the class) is due at the time of reservation, and 7 days notice is required for cancellations/refunds. Your Cooking School includes lunch, all of the recipes from the day, and a sampler plate of the items made in the class. Call 501.525.6155 to reserve.

Chocolate-Covered Wednesdays

Breakfast Sundae--Yum!

Breakfast Sundae–Yum!

Celebrate the “food of the gods” every Wednesday at Lookout Point! If you’re a chocolate lover, this day is for YOU! Breakfast begins with bit of chocolate, such as Berry Breakfast Sundae featuring the inn’s homemade Glorious Granola, or Decadent French Toast with Ghirardelli white and dark chocolate, or perhaps the unique Arkansas specialty:  chocolate gravy served with warm biscuits.

The afternoon Innkeepers Reception provides another moment of chocolate indulgence with a  homemade dessert, chocolate covered strawberries, and Godiva Chocolate Liqueur. Following dinner, you’ll find another bite of chocolate with Lake Champlain Chocolates at your door. Sumptuous! Wednesdays, a terrific day for chocolate and love at Lookout Point.

 

Private Full Service Dinner for Two, $130 (available for our lodging guests only)

Lookout Point proudly presents the Private Full Service Dinner for two.  Enjoy a delicious meal, cooked ala carte and served by your private chef (Eve, of Chiffonade Chef Services).  Chef Eve prepares the meal at Lookout Point, and serves your meal at a candlelit table by the waterfalls, or in the dining room.  Call Lookout Point at 501-525-6155 to arrange a romantic interlude you will never forget.  Two weeks notice needed to arrange your private chef.

Note:  the choice of each course must be the same for both persons.

Choice of Salad:

  • Tomato Caprese Salad
  • Harvest Salad
  • Waldorf Salad

*Choice of Entrée with Complementary Sides:

  • Saffron Cream Penne with Prosciutto and Peas
  • Chicken Breast ala Chiffonade
  • Pork Tenderloin with Cranberry Orange Relish
  • Argentinian Flat-Iron Steak with Chimmichurri Sauce
  • Seared Cod with Chive Butter Sauce

*Vegetarian options available upon request

Choice of Side Dishes: (choose one from each column)

  • Herbed Wild Rice                                    Honey Gingered Carrots
  • Olive Oil & Garlic Israeli Couscous      Sicilian Garlic Spinach
  • Rosemary Orzo                                        Tarragon Zucchini Ribbons
  • Creamy Parmesan Rice                          Whipped Cranberry Acorn Squash
  • Garlic Crostini                                           Roasted Broccoli and Red Onion

Choice of dessert:

  • Caramel Strawberry Cheesecake
  • Baked Apple Dumpling
  • Upside Down Pineapple Cake
  • Hot Fudge Lava Cake

All for only $130, and you never need to leave the beauty of the inn!

A full description of menu choices will be e-mailed to you when reserving your private dinner.

 

Recipes

Many of Kristie’s recipes may be found on her foodie website “Eight Broads In the Kitchen“. With 7 other fabulous innkeepers, this website is chock full of great recipes and cooking tips.

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