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Fri Jul 31 2015 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, cool off 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; Peaches & Cream Cake
$29

Call 843.722.1212
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 Jul 31 2015 6:30 pm

Couples Night - Santorini at Sunset

The white clay baked walls of this majestic island are resplendent with the virtues of a life that worships the sun in all its glory, even your Ray-Bans cannot shield your eyes from the blaze. The fishermen mend their nets while their wives do the time honored tradition of baking bread and setting the meal. The two of you are beckoned to their table, you are poured some chilled white wine and your meal begins: Shrimp Saganaki; Grilled Squid on Rosemary Skewer, Cherry Tomatoes and Lemon; Greek Village Salad; Chicken Reganati; Galaktoboureko (a custard and filo dessert)
$135
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 Aug 1 2015 10 am

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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Fresh Squeezed Lemon-Limeade with Mint Syrup; Roast Vegetable Gazpacho with Holy Smoke Olive Oil; Summer Panzanella Salad; Grass-Fed Beef and Carolina Gold Rice Stuffed Peppers with Spicy Tomato Fondue; Lemon Curd and Blueberry Tart
$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 Aug 1 2015 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, cool off 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: Pecan Encrusted Fired Chicken; Creamy Pimento Mac & Cheese, Fresh 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
Sat Aug 1 2015 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: Arugula and Radish Salad with Local Goat Cheese and Pecans; Keegan-Filion Farm Chicken Bog; Geechie Boy Stone Ground Skillet Corn Bread; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice Pudding with Local Bourbon Macerated Fruits
$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 Aug 2 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Fresh Berry Bellini
$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 Aug 2 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Mon Aug 3 2015 8:30am

Kids Camp (Ages 8-12): Baking Workshop- 4 Day Camp

Beat, whip, cream and roll! Our four day kids baking workshop will sharpen your baking skills in the kitchen. Note that this class will meet Monday – Thursday from 8:30am-12:00pm each day. Monday - Cakes and Cupcakes, Tuesday - Pies and Cookies, Wednesday - Chocolate and Frozen Desserts, Thursday - Yeast Breads
$175
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
Mon Aug 3 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits; Lemon Glazed 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
Tue Aug 4 2015 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, cool off 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: Crispy Fresh Fish with Pepper Relish, Creamy Grits & Garlic Greens, Hush Puppies, Lemon Buttermilk 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 Aug 4 2015 6:30 pm

Authentic Street Foods of San Paolo, Brazil

Today Street Food is fresh, local ingredients that represent the most authentic food of an area. Sold by local merchants from carts in outdoor markets, roadside stands or pop-ups, the offerings vary dramatically but all are served up hot and delicious by some of the most passionate foodies you’ll find anywhere. Join us as we share our favorite flavors, techniques and street secrets from the world’s best food cities. Menu:Acaraje (Shrimp and Black-eyed Pea Fritters); Risoles (Chicken and Cheese Empanadas); Arepas (Corn Cakes); Pastel de Palmito (Fried Hearts of Palm); Tapioca Crepes with Guava and Coconut Filling
$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 Aug 5 2015 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, cool off 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: Honey Lacquered Smoked Pork Chops, Lowcountry Red Rice, Chocolate Chess Pie
$29
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 Aug 5 2015 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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Fresh Squeezed Lemon-Limeade with Mint Syrup; Roast Vegetable Gazpacho with Holy Smoke Olive Oil; Summer Panzanella Salad; Grass-Fed Beef and Carolina Gold Rice Stuffed Peppers with Spicy Tomato Fondue; Lemon Curd and Blueberry 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
Thu Aug 6 2015 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, cool off 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, Carolina Aromatic Rice and Vegetable Saute', Orange Creamsicle 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
Thu Aug 6 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 7 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Fri Aug 7 2015 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: Ahi –Poke; Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves; Oven Kahlua Pork; Hawaiian-style Pineapple Fried Rice; Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia)
$135
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 Aug 8 2015 10 am

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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Fresh Squeezed Lemon-Limeade with Mint Syrup; Roast Vegetable Gazpacho with Holy Smoke Olive Oil; Summer Panzanella Salad; Grass-Fed Beef and Carolina Gold Rice Stuffed Peppers with Spicy Tomato Fondue; Lemon Curd and Blueberry Tart
$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 Aug 8 2015 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, cool off 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: Pecan Encrusted Fired Chicken; Creamy Pimento Mac & Cheese, Fresh Blueberry Buckle Cake
$29
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 Aug 8 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 9 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Fresh Berry Bellini
$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 Aug 9 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Mon Aug 10 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits; Lemon Glazed 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
Tue Aug 11 2015 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, cool off 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: Crispy Fresh Fish with Pepper Relish, Creamy Grits & Garlic Greens, Hush Puppies, Lemon Buttermilk 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 Aug 11 2015 6:30 pm

Authentic Street Foods of Madras, India

Today Street Food is fresh, local ingredients that represent the most authentic food of an area. Sold by local merchants from carts in outdoor markets, roadside stands or pop-ups, the offerings vary dramatically but all are served up hot and delicious by some of the most passionate foodies you’ll find anywhere. Join us as we share our favorite flavors, techniques and street secrets from the world’s best food cities. Menu: Assorted Flat Breads; Raita (Cold Tomato Cucumber Relish); Vegetable Samosas; Shrimp Pakoras (Shrimp and Pomegranate Pastries); Singharas (Lamb and Garam Masala Pastries)
$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 Aug 12 2015 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, cool off 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: Honey Lacquered Smoked Pork Chops, Lowcountry Red Rice, 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
Wed Aug 12 2015 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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Fresh Squeezed Lemon-Limeade with Mint Syrup; Roast Vegetable Gazpacho with Holy Smoke Olive Oil; Summer Panzanella Salad; Grass-Fed Beef and Carolina Gold Rice Stuffed Peppers with Spicy Tomato Fondue; Lemon Curd and Blueberry 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
Thu Aug 13 2015 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, cool off 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, Carolina Aromatic Rice and Vegetable Saute', Orange Creamsicle 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
Thu Aug 13 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 14 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Fri Aug 14 2015 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: Ahi –Poke; Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves; Oven Kahlua Pork; Hawaiian-style Pineapple Fried Rice; Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia)
$135
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 Aug 15 2015 10 am

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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Fresh Squeezed Lemon-Limeade with Mint Syrup; Roast Vegetable Gazpacho with Holy Smoke Olive Oil; Summer Panzanella Salad; Grass-Fed Beef and Carolina Gold Rice Stuffed Peppers with Spicy Tomato Fondue; Lemon Curd and Blueberry 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
Sat Aug 15 2015 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, cool off 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: Pecan Encrusted Fired Chicken; Creamy Pimento Mac & Cheese, Fresh 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
Sat Aug 15 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 16 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Fresh Berry Bellini
$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 Aug 16 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Mon Aug 17 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits; Lemon Glazed 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
Tue Aug 18 2015 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, cool off 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: Crispy Fresh Fish with Pepper Relish, Creamy Grits & Garlic Greens, Hush Puppies, Lemon Buttermilk 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 Aug 18 2015 6:30 pm

Authentic Street Foods of Chicago, Illinois

Today Street Food is fresh, local ingredients that represent the most authentic food of an area. Sold by local merchants from carts in outdoor markets, roadside stands or pop-ups, the offerings vary dramatically but all are served up hot and delicious by some of the most passionate foodies you’ll find anywhere. Join us as we share our favorite flavors, techniques and street secrets from the world’s best food cities. Menu: Portillos Chicago Hot Dog; Lou Malnatis Chicago Deep Dish Pizza; Al’s Beef Sandwich; Maxwell Street Polish; Yiannis Greek Gyro; Little Italy’s Hot Italian Sausage Peppers and Onions; Taylor St. Italian Ice
$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 Aug 19 2015 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, cool off 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: Honey Lacquered Smoked Pork Chops, Lowcountry Red Rice, 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
Wed Aug 19 2015 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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Homemade Ginger Ale; Local Deviled Eggs; Fried Green Tomatoes, Pickled Shrimp and Buttermilk Ranch Dressing; Grilled Keegon-Filion Farms Chicken Breast, Provence Style with Ratatouille Relish, Nicoise Olives; Confit of Summer Potatoes in Chicken Schmaltz; Fresh berry Slafouti
$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 Aug 20 2015 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, cool off 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, Carolina Aromatic Rice and Vegetable Saute', Orange Creamsicle 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
Thu Aug 20 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 21 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Fri Aug 21 2015 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: Ahi –Poke; Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves; Oven Kahlua Pork; Hawaiian-style Pineapple Fried Rice; Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia)
$135
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 Aug 22 2015 10 am

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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Homemade Ginger Ale; Local Deviled Eggs; Fried Green Tomatoes, Pickled Shrimp and Buttermilk Ranch Dressing; Grilled Keegon-Filion Farms Chicken Breast, Provence Style with Ratatouille Relish, Nicoise Olives; Confit of Summer Potatoes in Chicken Schmaltz; Fresh berry Slafouti
$69.99
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 Aug 22 2015 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, cool off 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: Pecan Encrusted Fired Chicken; Creamy Pimento Mac & Cheese, Fresh 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
Sat Aug 22 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 23 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Fresh Berry Bellini
$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 Aug 23 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Mon Aug 24 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits; Lemon Glazed 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
Tue Aug 25 2015 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, cool off 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: Crispy Fresh Fish with Pepper Relish, Creamy Grits & Garlic Greens, Hush Puppies, Lemon Buttermilk 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 Aug 25 2015 6:30 pm

Authentic Street Foods of Rome, Italy

Today Street Food is fresh, local ingredients that represent the most authentic food of an area. Sold by local merchants from carts in outdoor markets, roadside stands or pop-ups, the offerings vary dramatically but all are served up hot and delicious by some of the most passionate foodies you’ll find anywhere. Join us as we share our favorite flavors, techniques and street secrets from the world’s best food cities. Menu: Calzone (Prosciutto and Mozzarella Sandwich); Fonduta (Piedmontese Fondue); Arancini (Risotto Balls with Orange); Tomato Fondue; Chicken and Rosemary Skewers; Cenci (Lover’s Knots)
$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 Aug 26 2015 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, cool off 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: Honey Lacquered Smoked Pork Chops, Lowcountry Red Rice, 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
Wed Aug 26 2015 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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Watermelon Cooler; Local Deviled Eggs with Red Clay Hot Sauce; Vegetable Soup and Local Field Peas and Pistou; Braised Pork Shoulder with White Wine Broth; Eggplant Caponata, toasted Pine Nuts and fresh Basil; Carolina Peach Buckle
$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 Aug 27 2015 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, cool off 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, Carolina Aromatic Rice and Vegetable Saute', Orange Creamsicle 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
Thu Aug 27 2015 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 28 2015 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: Ahi –Poke; Lau Lau Chicken Wrapped in Banana Leaves; Oven Kahlua Pork; Hawaiian-style Pineapple Fried Rice; Coconut Chocolate Pie (Haupia)
$135
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 Aug 29 2015 10 am

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 the Charleston Farmers Market. Menu is based on seasonality and availability of products. Guest will indulge in a delicious full sampling of their accomplishments. Menu: Watermelon Cooler; Local Deviled Eggs with Red Clay Hot Sauce; Vegetable Soup and Local Field Peas and Pistou; Braised Pork Shoulder with White Wine Broth; Eggplant Caponata, toasted Pine Nuts and fresh Basil; Carolina Peach Buckle
$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 Aug 29 2015 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, cool off 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: Pecan Encrusted Fired Chicken; Creamy Pimento Mac & Cheese, Fresh 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
Sat Aug 29 2015 6:30 pm

Charleston Community Table

Flavor will be our guide as we work with the freshest vegetables, herbs, fruits and meats from local community 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: Butterbean Hummus with Benne Crackers; Gullah Fish Stew; Wadmalaw Island Vegetables and Fresh Herb; Carolina Plantation Aromatic Rice pilaf; Fresh Berry Shortcake with Sweet White Lily Biscuit
$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 Aug 30 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Strawberry and Cream Biscuits, Fresh Berry Bellini
$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 Aug 30 2015 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, cool off 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 & Grits, Peaches & Cream 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
Tue Sep 1 2015 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table - Northern Italy

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 & enjoy: Zuppa di Cozze (mussel soup); Gnocchi di Polenta (baked polenta); Pork Ragu Milanese with Saffron Risotto, Grilled Radicchio; Red Wine Poached Pears Stuffed with Gorgonzola
$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 Sep 2 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 3 2015 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: Green Peanut Hummus with Benne Seed Crackers; Grass-Fed Beef Loaf with Roast Carrots, Broccoli and Onions; Brown Rice Risotto with Fall Squashes; Persimmon Cream Tarts
$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 Sep 4 2015 6:30 pm

Couples Night: Sip, Pair & Share - American

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin with a Sip, Pair and Share experience. We will introduce a group of four varietal or regional wines with perfect pairings. We will begin with some sensory tastings and simple rules for tasting wine and pairing food. Then together we will prepare a few tastings. Experience perfect combinations and learn techniques that will help you make wine choices to complement food flavors so all your Friday’s are Happy Friday’s. We will prepare and enjoy: Charleston Cooks! Pop Corn; Assorted Wisconsin Cheese Tasting; BBQ Bacon Grass-Fed Beef Burger; Ginger Snaps
$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 Sep 5 2015 10 am

You Can!

In the south, we know that there is nothing more satisfying as savoring the contents of a jar that contains your own specially prepared treasure. With the days getting shorter and our summer crops beginning to dwindle, now is the perfect time to preserve the wonderful foods of summer. Join us as we share canning and preserving techniques which have been passed from one generation to the next. And best of all, you will take home a jar of the following goodies for your pantry: Persimmon Jam; Apple Butter, Pear and Dried Fruit Conserve; Preserved Lemons with Orange; Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 5 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 6 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 8 2015 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table - Northern Italy

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 & enjoy: Zuppa di Cozze (mussel soup); Gnocchi di Polenta (baked polenta); Pork Ragu Milanese with Saffron Risotto, Grilled Radicchio; Red Wine Poached Pears Stuffed with Gorgonzola
$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 Sep 9 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 10 2015 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: Green Peanut Hummus with Benne Seed Crackers; Grass-Fed Beef Loaf with Roast Carrots, Broccoli and Onions; Brown Rice Risotto with Fall Squashes; Persimmon Cream Tarts
$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 Sep 11 2015 6:30 pm

Couples Night: Sip, Pair & Share - American

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin with a Sip, Pair and Share experience. We will introduce a group of four varietal or regional wines with perfect pairings. We will begin with some sensory tastings and simple rules for tasting wine and pairing food. Then together we will prepare a few tastings. Experience perfect combinations and learn techniques that will help you make wine choices to complement food flavors so all your Friday’s are Happy Friday’s. We will prepare and enjoy: Charleston Cooks! Pop Corn; Assorted Wisconsin Cheese Tasting; BBQ Bacon Grass-Fed Beef Burger; Ginger Snaps
$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 Sep 12 2015 10 am

You Can!

In the south, we know that there is nothing more satisfying as savoring the contents of a jar that contains your own specially prepared treasure. With the days getting shorter and our summer crops beginning to dwindle, now is the perfect time to preserve the wonderful foods of summer. Join us as we share canning and preserving techniques which have been passed from one generation to the next. And best of all, you will take home a jar of the following goodies for your pantry: Persimmon Jam; Apple Butter, Pear and Dried Fruit Conserve; Preserved Lemons with Orange; Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 12 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 13 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 15 2015 6:30 pm

Italian Family Table - Northern Italy

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 & enjoy: Zuppa di Cozze (mussel soup); Gnocchi di Polenta (baked polenta); Pork Ragu Milanese with Saffron Risotto, Grilled Radicchio; Red Wine Poached Pears Stuffed with Gorgonzola
$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 Sep 16 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 17 2015 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: Green Peanut Hummus with Benne Seed Crackers; Grass-Fed Beef Loaf with Roast Carrots, Broccoli and Onions; Brown Rice Risotto with Fall Squashes; Persimmon Cream Tarts
$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 Sep 18 2015 6:30 pm

Couples Night: Sip, Pair & Share - American

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin with a Sip, Pair and Share experience. We will introduce a group of four varietal or regional wines with perfect pairings. We will begin with some sensory tastings and simple rules for tasting wine and pairing food. Then together we will prepare a few tastings. Experience perfect combinations and learn techniques that will help you make wine choices to complement food flavors so all your Friday’s are Happy Friday’s. We will prepare and enjoy: Charleston Cooks! Pop Corn; Assorted Wisconsin Cheese Tasting; BBQ Bacon Grass-Fed Beef Burger; Ginger Snaps
$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 Sep 19 2015 10 am

You Can!

In the south, we know that there is nothing more satisfying as savoring the contents of a jar that contains your own specially prepared treasure. With the days getting shorter and our summer crops beginning to dwindle, now is the perfect time to preserve the wonderful foods of summer. Join us as we share canning and preserving techniques which have been passed from one generation to the next. And best of all, you will take home a jar of the following goodies for your pantry: Persimmon Jam; Apple Butter, Pear and Dried Fruit Conserve; Preserved Lemons with Orange; Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 19 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 20 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 22 2015 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 & enjoy: Zuppa di Cozze (mussel soup); Gnocchi di Polenta (baked polenta); Pork Ragu Milanese with Saffron Risotto, Grilled Radicchio; Red Wine Poached Pears Stuffed with Gorgonzola
$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 Sep 23 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 24 2015 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: Green Peanut Hummus with Benne Seed Crackers; Grass-Fed Beef Loaf with Roast Carrots, Broccoli and Onions; Brown Rice Risotto with Fall Squashes; Persimmon Cream Tarts
$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 Sep 25 2015 6:30 pm

Couples Night: Sip, Pair & Share - American

Happy Friday. Let your weekend begin with a Sip, Pair and Share experience. We will introduce a group of four varietal or regional wines with perfect pairings. We will begin with some sensory tastings and simple rules for tasting wine and pairing food. Then together we will prepare a few tastings. Experience perfect combinations and learn techniques that will help you make wine choices to complement food flavors so all your Friday’s are Happy Friday’s. We will prepare and enjoy: Charleston Cooks! Pop Corn; Assorted Wisconsin Cheese Tasting; BBQ Bacon Grass-Fed Beef Burger; Ginger Snaps
$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 Sep 26 2015 10 am

You Can!

In the south, we know that there is nothing more satisfying as savoring the contents of a jar that contains your own specially prepared treasure. With the days getting shorter and our summer crops beginning to dwindle, now is the perfect time to preserve the wonderful foods of summer. Join us as we share canning and preserving techniques which have been passed from one generation to the next. And best of all, you will take home a jar of the following goodies for your pantry: Persimmon Jam; Apple Butter, Pear and Dried Fruit Conserve; Preserved Lemons with Orange; Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 26 2015 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: Local Greens, Asian Pear and Pecorino Salad with Honey Cider Vinaigrette; Pan Fried Local Flounder with Brown Butter and Sage; Roast Brussels Sprouts, Smokey Bacon Lardons, and Toasted Pecans; Fall Mushroom Tart; Apple Brown Betty
$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 Sep 27 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Sep 29 2015 6:30 pm

Italian Family Tabl e - Northern Italy

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 & enjoy: Zuppa di Cozze (mussel soup); Gnocchi di Polenta (baked polenta); Pork Ragu Milanese with Saffron Risotto, Grilled Radicchio; Red Wine Poached Pears Stuffed with Gorgonzola
$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 Oct 4 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Apple Muffins with Spicy Honey Butter; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Oct 11 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Apple Muffins with Spicy Honey Butter; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Oct 18 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Apple Muffins with Spicy Honey Butter; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Oct 25 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Apple Muffins with Spicy Honey Butter; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Nov 1 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Nov 8 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Nov 15 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Nov 22 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Nov 29 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Dec 6 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Dec 13 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Dec 20 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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 Dec 27 2015 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 bunch. 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 Shrimp and Creamy Geechie Boy Stone Ground Grits; Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles with Peach Syrup; Pecan Sticky Buns; Sweet Potato Biscuits with Bacon Jam, Willie’s Hog Dust Bloody Mary and Pickled Okra
$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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Taste of the Lowcountry, Daily at 2 pm
Soulful Lowcountry recipes, guarded and passed from generation to generation are shared in this fun interactive demonstration cooking experience. Pull up a chair, cool off 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.