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Red Chiles Primer! on July 26th, 2023 at 6:00PM

Red Chiles Primer! on July 26th, 2023 at 6:00PM

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Join Cookbook Author and Pastry Chef Stephanie Banyas to learn all about the best ways to prepare Red Chiles!

Chef Stephanie spent twenty-three years as the right hand to chef Bobby Flay helping him create his culinary empire in New York City. She moved to Bozeman in 2021 where she currently is involved in many different aspects of the local culinary scene. Stephanie is also the co-author of "Lemongrass and Lime", a favorite cookbook of ours that you can pick up at the store after class.

If most of your experience with chile peppers has been of the raw or ground variety, you’re in for a real treat once you start dabbling with whole dried chiles. Learn everything you need to know about how to buy, store, prep, cook and bake with dried red chiles.

Did you know that dried red chiles generally have different names from their fresh counterparts; smaller ones are usually hotter than larger ones; and darker colors, such as black and purple, typically mean richer dried-fruit flavors, as opposed to the more fiery red-hued specimens. From ancho to chile de arbol and guajillo to chipotle, we got you covered!


  • Homemade Red Chile Spice Rubs
  • Brisket Birria Taco
  • Brisket Birria Queso Taco with Consommé
  • Extra Crispy Chicken Wings with Chipotle Honey Glaze
  • Chile Matcha (Mexico’s version of Chili Crisp)
  • Homemade Salsa Taquera with Lime-Pink Salt Tortilla Chips
  • Chocolate Ancho Custard Corn Pone

Wine Pairing will be finalized shortly.

*To purchase the wine pairing, please stop by The Wine Gallery. Let them know you are purchasing these wines for a LaCuisine class and receive special pricing. The Wine Gallery is open until 6:00PM, so either pick up earlier in the week or stop by on your way to class -- they are literally across the street.

**Please note our class policies at Unfortunately, we are unable to accept cancellations. Our chefs have worked very hard to prepare for the evening's event and ingredients are purchased in advance. If you call to let us know about a conflict, La Cuisine may be able to help find a replacement for your seat(s) using our waitlist. If the seat can be filled, we may be able to credit your class for another date. Alternatively, we recommend you coordinate for someone else to take your seat(s).

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