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Sat Feb 13 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Shrimp and Okra Gumbo, Cast Iron Skillet Stone Ground Cornmeal, Caramel Frosted Pound Cake
$29
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 13 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cornmeal Fried Oysters, Herb Caper Tartar Sauce, Arugula, Cole slaw, Clam and Bacon Hash with Yellow Carolina Plantation Grits, Grilled Carolina Quail stuffed with Lemon-Rosemary Sausage, Braised Winter Greens and Black-eyed Peas, Crispy Confit of Potatoes and Onions, Bourbon Pecan Pie with Sorghum Whipped Cream
$69
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 14 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 14 2016 2 pm

Cooking with Cast Iron - Fresh Fish

In its earliest forms cast iron has been a cooking vessel for civilizations. Today LeCreuset and Lodge Cookware have introduced it to the 21st century. As a premier cooking vessel for top chefs in every kitchen it is here to stay. Learn how to maximize the use of these multifunctional pieces of equipment from starts to amazing desserts that every southerner finds indispensable. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Carolina Plantation Grit Cakes with Country Ham, Sautéed Mushrooms and Salsa Rossa, Bronzed local Fish with Citrus and Parsley Vinaigrette, Chicken Bog with Local Brown Rice, Winter Squash Gratin with Local Cheese, Hoppin John, Apple Brown Betty with Sorghum Zabaglione
$69
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 14 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Be My Valentine

A great way for couples to clebrate Valentine's Day. The Class consist of dinner and cooking lesson. Menu: Onion Soup Gratinee, Crepes with asparagus and Shrimp, Chopped Steak au Poivre, Pomme Frites with Béarnaise Sauce, Chocolate Mousse
$140
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Feb 15 2016 6:30 pm

Complete Vegetarian

One of the hottest topics amongst chefs is cooking vegetarian. This series will explore the many areas of today’s food trends and will change one’s idea about what great vegetarian cuisine is all about. Take advantage of the plentiful bounty the south has to offer. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. This class will go International with vegetarian diets from around the world. Menu: Samosas, Tofu Mapo Duofu with Cauliflower Rice, Frascatelli Pasta with Pecorino and Mustard Greens, Spaghetti Squash with Garlic, Parsley and Breadcrumbs, Roast Cinnamon Pumpkin Flan.
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Feb 16 2016 6:30 pm

Kitchen Fundamentals Series - The Chef's Tools

Every good cook learns how to maneuver through the kitchen using good cooking principles and sound fundamentals. These are not hard to learn and take just little time to master. This kitchen fundamental series is about developing sound culinary techniques while producing delicious food that is prepared, seasoned and cooked correctly. In the Chef’s Tools class you will sharpen your skills with this basic primer in kitchen skills and tool. Particular attention will be paid to selection of knives for the right tasks, sharpening and honing a knife, use of knife demonstrated through a series of knife skills to develop deftness. Several culinary techniques will be taught so that you can complete an entire meal to include: Chicken and Vegetable Stock, Puree of Winter Vegetable Soup, Mixed Greens with Mustard Vinaigrette Salad, Asian Stir-Fry with Velvet Chicken and Apple Fritters.
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Feb 17 2016 6:30 pm

Taste of the World - Peru

Our international series, Taste of the World, will take you to places you only dreamed of. Some of the best food and chefs are now coming out of Peru. The country offers traditional and modern dishes that focus in on seafood, beef, potatoes, and avocadoes. This menu represents a wide selection that represents the country’s best and most popular dishes. Menu: Anticuchos (spicy beef kebobs), Ceviche, Arepas, Pollo a la Brassa (marinated chicken and peppers), Causa (potato avocado casserole), and Tres Leches cake.
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Feb 18 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Chicken Country Captain, Hoppin’ John, Lemon Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Feb 18 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Oyster Rockefeller, Pecan Smoked and Willies Dust Rub Pork Shoulder with Peach Chutney, Braised Greens with Pork Fat Essence, Vegetarian Field Peas and Carolina Gold Rice, Sweet Potato Mousse with Sorghum Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 19 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 19 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Southern Fried Chicken, Sunday Collards, Southern Style Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 19 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Parisian Bistro

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Onion Soup Gratinee, Crepes with asparagus and Shrimp, Chopped Steak au Poivre, Pomme Frites with Béarnaise Sauce, Chocolate Mousse
$140
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 20 2016 10 am

Great French Kitchen - A Year in Provence

Julia Child brought the Art of French Cooking into everyone’s home through her books and television series mastering the Art of French Cuisine. This series of classes teaches the solid French techniques that you can use every day. A land of lavender, fresh herbs, and great food. Menu: Pissaladière, Ratatouille Salad, Bouillabaisse, Stufato over Egg Noodles, Lemon Tarts with Candied Citrus
$69
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 20 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Shrimp and Okra Gumbo, Cast Iron Skillet Stone Ground Cornmeal, Caramel Frosted Pound Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 20 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cornmeal Fried Oysters, Herb Caper Tartar Sauce, Arugula, Cole slaw, Clam and Bacon Hash with Yellow Carolina Plantation Grits, Grilled Carolina Quail stuffed with Lemon-Rosemary Sausage, Braised Winter Greens and Black-eyed Peas, Crispy Confit of Potatoes and Onions, Bourbon Pecan Pie with Sorghum Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 21 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 21 2016 2 pm

Cooking with Cast Iron - Fresh Fish

In its earliest forms cast iron has been a cooking vessel for civilizations. Today LeCreuset and Lodge Cookware have introduced it to the 21st century. As a premier cooking vessel for top chefs in every kitchen it is here to stay. Learn how to maximize the use of these multifunctional pieces of equipment from starts to amazing desserts that every southerner finds indispensable. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Carolina Plantation Grit Cakes with Country Ham, Sautéed Mushrooms and Salsa Rossa, Bronzed local Fish with Citrus and Parsley Vinaigrette, Chicken Bog with Local Brown Rice, Winter Squash Gratin with Local Cheese, Hoppin John, Apple Brown Betty with Sorghum Zabaglione
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Feb 22 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Charleston Cooks! Shrimp and Grits, Bourbon Pecan Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Feb 22 2016 6:30 pm

Gluten Free Goodness

Gluten allergies, and concern over GMOs has gone main stream and affects every chef’s menu. More restaurants have taken gluten free to a new level, and this class will make you a believer. Menu: Butter Bean Hummus and Gluten Free Crackers, Local Kale, Amaranth and Vegetable Soup, Turkey and Rice Meatballs, Smoked Tomato Sauce, Broccoli Rabe, Roast Garlic, Toasted Pine Nuts and Lemon Sauce and Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Feb 23 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Shrimp and Okra Gumbo, Cast Iron Skillet Stone Ground Cornmeal, Chocolate Chess Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Feb 23 2016 6:30 pm

Kitchen Fundamentals Series - Season, Sear, Sauté and Sauce

In the Season, Sear, Sauté and Sauce class you will learn the art of properly searing proteins, seasoning and making a pan sauce and gravy. You will prepare Caramelized Onion and Bacon Tart, Chicken Chasseur, Pan Seared Pork Chops with Normande Sauce, Pan-fried Flounder Grenobloise, Rösti Potatoes with Gruyère and Chives, and Cast Iron Seared Dutch Apples with Brandied Raisins with Streusel.
$75
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Feb 24 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Charleston Cooks! Shrimp and Grits, Butterscotch Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Feb 24 2016 6:30 pm

Taste of the World - Peru

Our international series, Taste of the World, will take you to places you only dreamed of. Some of the best food and chefs are now coming out of Peru. The country offers traditional and modern dishes that focus in on seafood, beef, potatoes, and avocadoes. This menu represents a wide selection that represents the country’s best and most popular dishes. Menu: Anticuchos (spicy beef kebobs), Ceviche, Arepas, Pollo a la Brassa (marinated chicken and peppers), Causa (potato avocado casserole), and Tres Leches cake.
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Feb 25 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Chicken Country Captain, Hoppin’ John, Lemon Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Feb 25 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Oyster Rockefeller, Pecan Smoked and Willies Dust Rub Pork Shoulder with Peach Chutney, Braised Greens with Pork Fat Essence, Vegetarian Field Peas and Carolina Gold Rice, Sweet Potato Mousse with Sorghum Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 26 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 26 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Southern Fried Chicken, Sunday Collards, Southern Style Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Feb 26 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Parisian Bistro

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Onion Soup Gratinee, Crepes with asparagus and Shrimp, Chopped Steak au Poivre, Pomme Frites with Béarnaise Sauce, Chocolate Mousse
$140
Class Full
Call 843.722.1212 to be added to the waiting list.
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 27 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 27 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Shrimp and Okra Gumbo, Cast Iron Skillet Stone Ground Cornmeal, Caramel Frosted Pound Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Feb 27 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cornmeal Fried Oysters, Herb Caper Tartar Sauce, Arugula, Cole slaw, Clam and Bacon Hash with Yellow Carolina Plantation Grits, Grilled Carolina Quail stuffed with Lemon-Rosemary Sausage, Braised Winter Greens and Black-eyed Peas, Crispy Confit of Potatoes and Onions, Bourbon Pecan Pie with Sorghum Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 28 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary with Pickled Okra, Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Feb 28 2016 2 pm

Cooking with Cast Iron - Fresh Fish

In its earliest forms cast iron has been a cooking vessel for civilizations. Today LeCreuset and Lodge Cookware have introduced it to the 21st century. As a premier cooking vessel for top chefs in every kitchen it is here to stay. Learn how to maximize the use of these multifunctional pieces of equipment from starts to amazing desserts that every southerner finds indispensable. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Carolina Plantation Grit Cakes with Country Ham, Sautéed Mushrooms and Salsa Rossa, Bronzed local Fish with Citrus and Parsley Vinaigrette, Chicken Bog with Local Brown Rice, Winter Squash Gratin with Local Cheese, Hoppin John, Apple Brown Betty with Sorghum Zabaglione
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Feb 29 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Charleston Cooks! Shrimp and Grits, Bourbon Pecan Pie
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Feb 29 2016 6:30 pm

Complete Vegetarian

One of the hottest topics amongst chefs is cooking vegetarian. This series will explore the many areas of today’s food trends and will change one’s idea about what great vegetarian cuisine is all about. Take advantage of the plentiful bounty the south has to offer. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. This class will go International with vegetarian diets from around the world. Menu: Samosas, Tofu Mapo Duofu with Cauliflower Rice, Frascatelli Pasta with Pecorino and Mustard Greens, Spaghetti Squash with Garlic, Parsley and Breadcrumbs, Roast Cinnamon Pumpkin Flan.
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 1 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Pickled Shrimp, Fried Green Tomatoes with Lowcountry Remoulade, Vegetable Cowpea Salad, Apple Crisp
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 1 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Farro and Bean Soup, Roast Pepper Salad, Shrimp Francaise, Peas and Lemon Butter, Homemade Fresh Cut Pasta, Almond Merengue Cookies
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 2 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Lowcountry Beef Loaf with Tomato Fondue, Roasted Garlic Yukon Gold Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, Buttermilk Pudding Cakes with Sugared Fresh Berries and Whip Cream
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 2 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 3 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Blackened Fresh Fish with Apricot Jalapeno Glaze, Limpin Susan (Okra Pilau), Buttermilk Biscuits, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie with Roasted Cinnamon Whip Cream with Chocolate Curls
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 3 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 4 2016 1 pm

Meet The Artisan, Bladesmith Steve Watkins

Work closely with Bladesmith Steve Watkins and Chef Instructor Blair Mingo as they partner to sharpen your knife and culinary skills. Steve will discuss the art of blade-making, the various materials used in the knife-making process, selecting the right knife for the job, and the care and sharpening of knives. Work hands-on with his knives as Chef Instructor Blair Mingo takes you through a series of exercises to develop your knife skills and the culinary techniques used to create this delicious menu. Menu: Flank Steak with Chimichurri, Heirloom Tomato Salad, Toasted Marcano Almonds, Whipped Goat Cheese Crema with Bacon Vinaigrette, Wild Rice Pilaf with Caramelized Leeks and Wild Mushrooms, Sorghum Glazed Roast Vegetables with Kale Greens, Fresh Peach Bourbon Crisp with Pecan Topping. Steve Watkins is an artist and bladesmith expressing his vision for functional art by using the highest quality steel and most beautiful wood available. Steve believes a good kitchen knife must have both style and strength. “I want my knives to be an extension of your hand,” he says. “Each one should feel great but also be shaped so that it does its job perfectly every time.” He makes his Ironman Forge blades of carbon steel, works them by hand until they’re scalpel sharp, and builds the handles from bird’s-eye and curly maple that’s been treated to prevent cracking. Learn more about Steve Watkins and Ironman Knives @ ironmanknives.com
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 5 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 5 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Fried Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy, Braised Cabbage, Dixie Style Hoecakes, Buttermilk Blueberry Cast Iron Cobbler
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 6 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 6 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Melon and Prosciutto, Stuffed Lasagna with Smoked Tomato Sauce, Roast Chicken Vesuvio, Lemon Herb Potatoes, and Sautéed Kale and Lady’s Kisses (Butter Cookie Sandwiches with Chocolate)
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Mar 7 2016 2 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 8 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Farro and Bean Soup, Roast Pepper Salad, Shrimp Francaise, Peas and Lemon Butter, Homemade Fresh Cut Pasta, Almond Merengue Cookies
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 9 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 10 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Blackened Fresh Fish with Apricot Jalapeno Glaze, Limpin Susan (Okra Pilau), Buttermilk Biscuits, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie with Roasted Cinnamon Whip Cream with Chocolate Curls
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 10 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 11 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Griddled Chicken with Maple Mustard, Crisp Okra, Onion & Tomatoes, Lemon Carolina Gold Rice, Fresh Berry Shortcake with White Lily Flour
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 11 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Maui Madness

The Maui sunset, floral scented breeze, ocean waves caressing the shore, a private table for two on the beach. The swaying palms and the sounds of whales in the far off distance, declaring their love for one another can be heard as your meal begins. Let your weekend begin with a fun couples night cooking experience as we create some of our favorite recipes from Maui. Menu: Ahi –Poke, Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves, Oven Kahlua Pork, Hawaiian-Style Pineapple Fried Rice, and Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia).
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 12 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 12 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Fried Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy, Braised Cabbage, Dixie Style Hoecakes, Buttermilk Blueberry Cast Iron Cobbler
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 12 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 13 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 13 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Melon and Prosciutto, Stuffed Lasagna with Smoked Tomato Sauce, Roast Chicken Vesuvio, Lemon Herb Potatoes, and Sautéed Kale and Lady’s Kisses (Butter Cookie Sandwiches with Chocolate)
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Mar 14 2016 2 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 15 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Pickled Shrimp, Fried Green Tomatoes with Lowcountry Remoulade, Vegetable Cowpea Salad, Apple Crisp
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 15 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Farro and Bean Soup, Roast Pepper Salad, Shrimp Francaise, Peas and Lemon Butter, Homemade Fresh Cut Pasta, Almond Merengue Cookies
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 16 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Lowcountry Beef Loaf with Tomato Fondue, Roasted Garlic Yukon Gold Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, Buttermilk Pudding Cakes with Sugared Fresh Berries and Whip Cream
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 16 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 17 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Blackened Fresh Fish with Apricot Jalapeno Glaze, Limpin Susan (Okra Pilau), Buttermilk Biscuits, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie with Roasted Cinnamon Whip Cream with Chocolate Curls
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 17 2016 6:30pm

Charleston Community Table

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 18 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Maui Madness

The Maui sunset, floral scented breeze, ocean waves caressing the shore, a private table for two on the beach. The swaying palms and the sounds of whales in the far off distance, declaring their love for one another can be heard as your meal begins. Let your weekend begin with a fun couples night cooking experience as we create some of our favorite recipes from Maui. Menu: Ahi –Poke, Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves, Oven Kahlua Pork, Hawaiian-Style Pineapple Fried Rice, and Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia).
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 19 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 19 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Fried Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy, Braised Cabbage, Dixie Style Hoecakes, Buttermilk Blueberry Cast Iron Cobbler
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 19 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 20 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 20 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Melon and Prosciutto, Stuffed Lasagna with Smoked Tomato Sauce, Roast Chicken Vesuvio, Lemon Herb Potatoes, and Sautéed Kale and Lady’s Kisses (Butter Cookie Sandwiches with Chocolate)
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Mar 21 2016 2 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 22 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Pickled Shrimp, Fried Green Tomatoes with Lowcountry Remoulade, Vegetable Cowpea Salad, Apple Crisp
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 22 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Farro and Bean Soup, Roast Pepper Salad, Shrimp Francaise, Peas and Lemon Butter, Homemade Fresh Cut Pasta, Almond Merengue Cookies
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 23 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Lowcountry Beef Loaf with Tomato Fondue, Roasted Garlic Yukon Gold Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, Buttermilk Pudding Cakes with Sugared Fresh Berries and Whip Cream
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 23 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 24 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Blackened Fresh Fish with Apricot Jalapeno Glaze, Limpin Susan (Okra Pilau), Buttermilk Biscuits, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie with Roasted Cinnamon Whip Cream with Chocolate Curls
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 24 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 25 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Griddled Chicken with Maple Mustard, Crisp Okra, Onion & Tomatoes, Lemon Carolina Gold Rice, Fresh Berry Shortcake with White Lily Flour
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Mar 25 2016 6:30pm

Couples Night - Maui Madness

The Maui sunset, floral scented breeze, ocean waves caressing the shore, a private table for two on the beach. The swaying palms and the sounds of whales in the far off distance, declaring their love for one another can be heard as your meal begins. Let your weekend begin with a fun couples night cooking experience as we create some of our favorite recipes from Maui. Menu: Ahi –Poke, Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves, Oven Kahlua Pork, Hawaiian-Style Pineapple Fried Rice, and Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia).
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 26 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 26 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Fried Pork Chops with Red Eye Gravy, Braised Cabbage, Dixie Style Hoecakes, Buttermilk Blueberry Cast Iron Cobbler
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Mar 26 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 27 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Mar 27 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Melon and Prosciutto, Stuffed Lasagna with Smoked Tomato Sauce, Roast Chicken Vesuvio, Lemon Herb Potatoes, and Sautéed Kale and Lady’s Kisses (Butter Cookie Sandwiches with Chocolate)
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Mar 28 2016 2 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Local Field Pea and Spring Vegetable Soup, Brine Smoked Chicken with Sweet Potato, Rutabaga and Sorghum Mash, Sweet and Sour Braised Cabbage, Hard Cider Gravy, 70% Dark Chocolate Chess Pie
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 29 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Pickled Shrimp, Fried Green Tomatoes with Lowcountry Remoulade, Vegetable Cowpea Salad, Apple Crisp
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Mar 29 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Farro and Bean Soup, Roast Pepper Salad, Shrimp Francaise, Peas and Lemon Butter, Homemade Fresh Cut Pasta, Almond Merengue Cookies
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Mar 30 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Heritage Pork Pot Stickers with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt Dipping Sauce, Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with Toasted Pecans and Clemson Blue Cheese Dressing, Shem Creek Shrimp with Jimmy Red Corn Grits, Tomato and Country Ham Gravy with Okra and Sweet Corn, Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Vanilla Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 31 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Blackened Fresh Fish with Apricot Jalapeno Glaze, Limpin Susan (Okra Pilau), Buttermilk Biscuits, Chocolate & Peanut Butter Pie with Roasted Cinnamon Whip Cream with Chocolate Curls
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Mar 31 2016 6:30 pm

Famed Author & Celebrity Chef Ashton Keefe Presents Southern Italian Cooking

Aston Keefe is a chef, culinary instructor and recipe developer in NYC. Ashton creates content for Whole Foods Market, Food52, Real Simple, Cooking Light, People Magazine and Shape Magazine. In her book, Lemon & Salt: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Culinary Revelry, Ashton teaches simple techniques used by chefs, in home kitchens to help a generation of girls define their everyday celebrations (brunch, date night, tailgating) in a use-what-you-have mentality. Ashton believes that Southern Italian food relishes and embraces seasonal ingredients, local seafood and soft cheese. In this class, learn how to use the bounty from local Charleston farmer's market to replicate the flavors and simplicity of Southern Italian cuisine. Menu: Charred Bread with Homemade Ricotta, Montanara Pie, Pan Seared Snapper with Spring Broth, Limoncello Ice Cream with Pistachios. Each participant will receive an autographed copy of Ashton’s book, Lemon & Salt: A Modern Girl’s Guide to Culinary Revelry ($19.99 Retail Value)
$79
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 1 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cornmeal Crusted Catfish, Lowcountry Red Beans and Rice, Okra Griddled Cakes, Chocolate Chess Pie with Black Forest Topping
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 1 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Rome

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Stracciatella, Rapini and Tomatoes, Chicken Saltimbocca, Pasta Carbonara, Castagnole alla Romana
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 2 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 2 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon Bacon Sauce, Summer Corn Salad, Vidalia Onion Tart, Lemonade Cake with Buttermilk Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Lemon Zest
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 2 2016 6:30 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 3 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 3 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Broccoli Salad with Roast Red Peppers, Stuffed Pork Chops Pizzaiola, Griddled Jimmy Red Corn Cakes, Roast Carrots with Mint Pistachio Pesto, White Chocolate Bread Pudding
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Apr 4 2016 2 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 5 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Vegetable Frito Misto, Potato Gnocchi, Stuffed Quail, Natural Jus, Fennel Au Gratin, Ricotta Tart
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 6 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Salmon Croquettes with Lemon, Dill & Caper Sauce, Butter Bean Succotash, Buttermilk Biscuits, Blueberry Buckle Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 6 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cold Sugar Snap Pea and Mint Soup, Fresh Asparagus and Oyster Mushroom Strudel with Roast Pepper Coulis, Mongolian Barbequed Pork Ribs with Mustard Green Kimchee, Carolina Gold Aromatic Steamed Rice, Strawberry and Local Honey Trifle
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 7 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Smothered Chicken with Gravy, Carolina Gold Rice, Double Dipped Fried Okra, Angel Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 7 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Deviled Crab Cakes with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt and Red Clay Hot Sauce, Lemon Remoulade, Fresh Asparagus Salad with Parmesan Crisp, Smoked Olive Oil Vinaigrette, Korean Mustard Rubbed Roast Pork Tenderloin, Spring Green Garlic Sauce, Caramelized Oyster Mushrooms with Sugar Snap Peas, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Orange Scented Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 8 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Rome

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Stracciatella, Rapini and Tomatoes, Chicken Saltimbocca, Pasta Carbonara, Castagnole alla Romana
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 9 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 9 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon Bacon Sauce, Summer Corn Salad, Vidalia Onion Tart, Lemonade Cake with Buttermilk Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Lemon Zest
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 9 2016 6:30 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 10 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 10 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Broccoli Salad with Roast Red Peppers, Stuffed Pork Chops Pizzaiola, Griddled Jimmy Red Corn Cakes, Roast Carrots with Mint Pistachio Pesto, White Chocolate Bread Pudding
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Apr 11 2016 2 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69.0
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 12 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu:Country Fried Steak with Gravy, Purple Peruvian Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, White Chocolate Cake with Berry Compote
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 12 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Vegetable Frito Misto, Potato Gnocchi, Stuffed Quail, Natural Jus, Fennel Au Gratin, Ricotta Tart
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 13 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Salmon Croquettes with Lemon, Dill & Caper Sauce, Butter Bean Succotash, Buttermilk Biscuits, Blueberry Buckle Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 13 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cold Sugar Snap Pea and Mint Soup, Fresh Asparagus and Oyster Mushroom Strudel with Roast Pepper Coulis, Mongolian Barbequed Pork Ribs with Mustard Green Kimchee, Carolina Gold Aromatic Steamed Rice, Strawberry and Local Honey Trifle
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 14 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Smothered Chicken with Gravy, Carolina Gold Rice, Double Dipped Fried Okra, Angel Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 14 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Deviled Crab Cakes with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt and Red Clay Hot Sauce, Lemon Remoulade, Fresh Asparagus Salad with Parmesan Crisp, Smoked Olive Oil Vinaigrette, Korean Mustard Rubbed Roast Pork Tenderloin, Spring Green Garlic Sauce, Caramelized Oyster Mushrooms with Sugar Snap Peas, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Orange Scented Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 15 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Rome

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Stracciatella, Rapini and Tomatoes, Chicken Saltimbocca, Pasta Carbonara, Castagnole alla Romana
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 16 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 16 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon Bacon Sauce, Summer Corn Salad, Vidalia Onion Tart, Lemonade Cake with Buttermilk Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Lemon Zest
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 16 2016 6:30 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 17 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 17 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Broccoli Salad with Roast Red Peppers, Stuffed Pork Chops Pizzaiola, Griddled Jimmy Red Corn Cakes, Roast Carrots with Mint Pistachio Pesto, White Chocolate Bread Pudding
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 19 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu:Country Fried Steak with Gravy, Purple Peruvian Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, White Chocolate Cake with Berry Compote
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 19 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Vegetable Frito Misto, Potato Gnocchi, Stuffed Quail, Natural Jus, Fennel Au Gratin, Ricotta Tart
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 20 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Salmon Croquettes with Lemon, Dill & Caper Sauce, Butter Bean Succotash, Buttermilk Biscuits, Blueberry Buckle Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 20 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cold Sugar Snap Pea and Mint Soup, Fresh Asparagus and Oyster Mushroom Strudel with Roast Pepper Coulis, Mongolian Barbequed Pork Ribs with Mustard Green Kimchee, Carolina Gold Aromatic Steamed Rice, Strawberry and Local Honey Trifle
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 21 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Smothered Chicken with Gravy, Carolina Gold Rice, Double Dipped Fried Okra, Angel Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 21 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Deviled Crab Cakes with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt and Red Clay Hot Sauce, Lemon Remoulade, Fresh Asparagus Salad with Parmesan Crisp, Smoked Olive Oil Vinaigrette, Korean Mustard Rubbed Roast Pork Tenderloin, Spring Green Garlic Sauce, Caramelized Oyster Mushrooms with Sugar Snap Peas, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Orange Scented Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 22 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Rome

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Stracciatella, Rapini and Tomatoes, Chicken Saltimbocca, Pasta Carbonara, Castagnole alla Romana
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 23 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 23 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon Bacon Sauce, Summer Corn Salad, Vidalia Onion Tart, Lemonade Cake with Buttermilk Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Lemon Zest
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 23 2016 6:30 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 24 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun Apr 24 2016 3 pm

Sunday Supper

Folks new to the South no doubt have a few questions about “Sunday Supper.” Regardless of the time of day or menu, Southerners all agree on one thing, Sunday Supper is not to be missed. No frills, just good food with rich, bold flavors that is so comforting. The meal is shared with family and friends and gives each week a special occasion for good food, laughter and stories that will not be forgotten. Rediscover the tradition of Sunday Supper. We will prepare: Broccoli Salad with Roast Red Peppers, Stuffed Pork Chops Pizzaiola, Griddled Jimmy Red Corn Cakes, Roast Carrots with Mint Pistachio Pesto, White Chocolate Bread Pudding
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Mon Apr 25 2016 2 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 26 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu:Country Fried Steak with Gravy, Purple Peruvian Potato Puree, Wild Charleston Honey Glazed Carrots with Herbs, White Chocolate Cake with Berry Compote
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Tue Apr 26 2016 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table

Explore the Italian countryside with recipes from some of the less traveled areas of Italy. Although Italian cooking is regional in nature, we will share techniques and secrets that will enable you to cook like a native. We will begin with an Antipasto, followed by Primi Piatti (pasta or rice), Secondi (main dish comprised of meat or fish), and finish with a special Dolce (sweet treat). Italian Family cooking at its best. We will prepare and enjoy: Vegetable Frito Misto, Potato Gnocchi, Stuffed Quail, Natural Jus, Fennel Au Gratin, Ricotta Tart
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 27 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Salmon Croquettes with Lemon, Dill & Caper Sauce, Butter Bean Succotash, Buttermilk Biscuits, Blueberry Buckle Cake
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Wed Apr 27 2016 6:30 pm

Secrets of Charleston Chefs

With a host of James Beard Award Winning Chefs and generous food accolades, it is no secret that something extraordinary is happening in Charleston’s kitchens. Join us as we pay tribute to our incredible local talent of chefs as we share some of their favorite ingredients, recipes and techniques. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cold Sugar Snap Pea and Mint Soup, Fresh Asparagus and Oyster Mushroom Strudel with Roast Pepper Coulis, Mongolian Barbequed Pork Ribs with Mustard Green Kimchee, Carolina Gold Aromatic Steamed Rice, Strawberry and Local Honey Trifle
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 28 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Smothered Chicken with Gravy, Carolina Gold Rice, Double Dipped Fried Okra, Angel Biscuits, Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Thu Apr 28 2016 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local farms. We will utilize classical techniques for cooking Lowcountry guarded recipes passed from generation to generation. You will be inspired by the fresh, wholesome flavors our locally sourced products offer. As you indulge in a full sampling of our accomplishments, you will begin to understand our passion, respect and love for our Lowcountry and our local farmers. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Deviled Crab Cakes with Bulls Bay Red Mash Sea Salt and Red Clay Hot Sauce, Lemon Remoulade, Fresh Asparagus Salad with Parmesan Crisp, Smoked Olive Oil Vinaigrette, Korean Mustard Rubbed Roast Pork Tenderloin, Spring Green Garlic Sauce, Caramelized Oyster Mushrooms with Sugar Snap Peas, Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with Orange Scented Whipped Cream
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 29 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Cornmeal Crusted Catfish, Lowcountry Red Beans and Rice, Okra Griddled Cakes, Chocolate Chess Pie with Black Forest Topping
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Fri Apr 29 2016 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Rome

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin fun couples night cooking experience. Menu: Stracciatella, Rapini and Tomatoes, Chicken Saltimbocca, Pasta Carbonara, Castagnole alla Romana
$140
Couple Quantity:
price per couple
1 ticket admits 2
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 30 2016 10 am

Charleston Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 30 2016 2 pm

Taste of the Lowcountry

Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair and enjoy a glass of sweet tea while we share a little history, cooking techniques and authentic regionally based recipes. You’ll discover why these recipes have stood the test of time as you enjoy a generous tasting. We’ll even trust you with our recipes so you can take home a little Lowcountry. Menu changes daily based on seasonality and availability of products. Menu: Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon Bacon Sauce, Summer Corn Salad, Vidalia Onion Tart, Lemonade Cake with Buttermilk Cream Cheese Icing and Candied Lemon Zest
$29
Quantity:
Here’s your chance to sit back and learn from our instructors! We will demonstrate how to make the recipes, explaining the techniques in-depth as we go along. You still get to enjoy a generous tasting of all recipes prepared. Classes usually last about 1-2 hours.
Charleston
Sat Apr 30 2016 6:30 pm

Fresh From the Farmers Market

Explore the season’s best Farmers Market bounty. Together we will create dishes to showcase the unbeatable flavors of farm fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits and locally sourced products that you will find each Saturday at Marion Square Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Charleston Pimento Cheese with Benne Seed Cocktailers, Local Greens Salad, Radishes, Toasted Pecans, Clemson Blue Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette, Pressure Cooked Grass Fed Beef Brisket with Cabbage, Potatoes, Beets, Carrots, Turnips and Rutabagas, Horseradish Sauce, Carolina Gold Rice Pudding with Strawberry Coulis
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
Sun May 1 2016 10 am

Charleston Sunday Brunch

Minding our manners, caring for our neighbors and drinking sweet tea may be well known traditions here in Charleston, but few traditions make the mouth water like the Charleston Sunday brunch. Join us for a Charleston Tradition, designed for those who love the delicious soulful southern cuisine. Each guest receives individual personal instruction on how to prepare authentic southern dishes. From beginner home cooks to advanced chefs, everyone will feel overly comfortable as they enjoy robust insightful instruction and indulge in a full sampling of their accomplishments. We will prepare: Fresh Berry Bellini, Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Shrimp and Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup, Pecan Sticky Buns
$69
Quantity:
Roll up your sleeves, and get ready to cook! You will work hands-on with our instructors to create a meal that you will sit down and enjoy at the end of class. For participation classes, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes as you will be in the kitchen cooking with us hands-on. Classes usually last around 2 hours.
Charleston
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