Have you ever wanted to cook like former “Top Chef” contestant and celebrity chef Fabio Viviani? Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa wants to help with that.

The Cabazon area complex is partnering with Viviani at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 13, for the first in a series of free online cooking classes. He’ll teach guests how to make two dishes: Chicken marsala and steak with blue cheese fondue and arugula.

Guests can register for the free event online via Morongo’s website. They’ll get a link to recipe cards in advance so they can pick up ingredients in advance and cook alongside Viviani. Registration for the Sunday class will remain open through Saturday, June 12, according to the website.

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After the class on Sunday, there will be five more Sunday classes on July 25, Aug. 22, Sept. 26, Oct. 17 and Nov. 14. Online reservations for those classes will open about 30 to 45 days before they happen.

Each of the six classes will include a question-and-answer session and an opportunity to learn more about the plans Viviani and Morongo are developing for the dining offerings at the resort. Twenty-five attendees will also receive at-home meal kits valued at $200 with all the ingredients needed to make the featured dishes.

The virtual classes are a part of the recently announced partnership between Morongo and Viviani. When the partnership was announced, casino officials said that Viviani would explore “everything from new dining venues and concepts to refining existing menus.”

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Virtual Cooking with Fabio Viviani

Information: morongocasinoresort.com/dining/fabio-viviani/virtual-cooking-class

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