Low Country Boil!

Low-Country Boil. Around the Southern Table Cookbook by Rebecca Lang Low Country Boil

The recipe includes Old Bay seasoning, new red potatoes, sausage, onions, corn on the cob, garlic, boiled eggs, and either crawfish or crab. It will be a wonderful experience of tastes from Georgia & South Carolina. When the food is ready, it will be casually spread onto newspaper. Additionally, it will include beer tastings that will be paired with dinner.

Date:
Friday, Sept 23rd at 7pm

book now

Low Country Boil! Aug01

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Friday Fish Fry!

fishFryFriday Fish Fry!

The recipes will include breaded and fried white fish, hushpuppies, onion rings and corn on the cob. If you’re from the South, then you know it’s not Friday night until you’ve had some fish. Students will learn how to season and fry fish to perfection.

Friday, July 15th at 7pm
Friday, August 26th at 7pm

book now

Friday Fish Fry! Jul01

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Chicken and Waffles!

chixWafflesChicken and Waffles

A southern take on a meal that can be served for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

The recipes will include:
Boneless Fried Chicken,
Homemade Waffles
Cheese Grits
Scrambled Eggs
Homemade Biscuits
and varied flavors of Syrup.


Sunday October 23rd at Noon

book now

Chicken and Waffles! Jul01

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Simple Summer Meals


Simple Summer Meals
Simple Summer Meals, with Chef Cody

Watermelon salad with feta and mint
Crostini Three Ways:
* Classic bruschetta
* Avocado + shrimp
* Steak + whipped bleu cheese
Grilled peaches and Jake’s ice cream

Don’t forget – our classes are usually BYOB, so feel free to bring your favorite bottle of wine to enjoy in class!

Date:
Saturday, June 25th at 7pm
Saturday, July 9th at 7pm

book now

About Cody T:
Founder of Cody Uncorked, Cody is a food blogger and full-time digital public relations specialist. She grew up eating home-cooked meals with her family, but didn’t start cooking until she was in college at The University of Georgia. Since graduating, she has continued to share new recipes and techniques through her blog and has been featured by Bon Appétit and Jezebel Magazine. Cody loves to show people how cooking can not only be delicious, but also easy, fun and the perfect way to show people just how much you love them!

Simple Summer Meals May27

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Meet Chef Jamia

IMG_20160116_184816693Jamia describes herself as a country girl. She is a true Georgia Peach. She grew up cooking along side her mother, for whom her famous Macaronic and Cheese(Ms. Ann’s macaroni and cheese) is named. Her inspirations also included her dad and both grandmothers. She is well versed in Sothern Cooking but any type of food that allows friends and family to come together in love, share stories and fellowship and ends with you feeling like your spirit has been hugged, is the kind of foods she delights in preparing the most. She shares her love of cooking with both daughters but Shayne is the one you’ll see most often in the kitchen right beside her mom.

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Meet Chef Cody

Cody Thompson HeadshotFounder of Cody Uncorked, Cody is a food blogger and full-time digital public relations specialist. She grew up eating home-cooked meals with her family, but didn’t start cooking until she was in college at The University of Georgia. Since graduating, she has continued to share new recipes and techniques through her blog and has been featured by Bon Appétit and Jezebel Magazine. Cody loves to show people how cooking can not only be delicious, but also easy, fun and the perfect way to show people just how much you love them!

To see what she’s cooking up at home, follow her on Instagram @CodyUncorked.

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco-de-Mayo_CU_Square
Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo Description
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style by learning how to mix up classic margaritas, make flavorful pico de gallo and create creamy guacamole. In addition to those fan favorites, you’ll be taught how to make homemade enchilada sauce and roll up delicious enchiladas. To top it off (literally), you’ll get the secret for making sweet and slightly spicy Mexican chocolate magic shell to be enjoyed over a scoop of Jake’s Ice Cream!

Cinco de Mayo Menu:
Margaritas

Guacamole
Pico de Gallo
Enchiladas with Homemade Sauce
Mexican Chocolate Magic Shell and Ice Cream

Thursday, May 5th at 7pm

book now

Cinco de Mayo Apr06

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Play With Your Food

Title: Play With Your Food
Location: Cooking School at Irwin Street Kitchen
Description: This is a parent and child class. It’s the mother and child/father and child reunion in the kitchen! Make your kids an asset in the kitchen. During Play With Your Food classes, parents join their children as they may learn how to make pasta or soup from scratch, bake bread, scramble eggs, mac and cheese and make crazy grilled cheese sandwiches. Each class is different and so far every kid has begged for more.

Kids age 8 and up, must be accompanied by parent.
Start Time: NOON
Date:
Saturday April 16th at Noon

book now

Play With Your Food Apr04

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Meet Paul D.

PaulDonahueHeadshotfinalA native of Iowa, Paul has been cooking and entertaining friends and family from the age of 10 when his mother drafted him to help with her many social engagements. Since moving to Atlanta in 1986, Paul has been sharing his love of good food and hospitality with more dinners and cocktail parties both large and small than he can remember. Paul will be sharing his tips and tricks to making entertaining in your home for your friends, family and loved ones an easy and relaxing experience. Paul loves helping with a problem, so if you have a cooking conundrum, talk to him about a private cooking lesson.

Join Paul in one of his upcoming classes:
Sunday Brunch
Cocktail Party

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Basic Knife Skills I

Title: Basic Knife Skills I
Location: Cooking School at Irwin Street Kitchen
Description: Learn the most basic and important culinary skill: how to peel, chop, pare and cut like a pro.

Dates:

Wednesday April 27th at 7pm
Wednesday May 25th at 7pm

book now

 

Basic Knife Skills I Apr02

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Date Night: Spring Comfort Foods

Spring Comfort Foods_CU_Square
Date Night: Spring Comfort Foods
Learn to make flaky, versatile pie dough and homemade chicken stock. From those we’ll make a vibrant and comforting spring meal of creamy celery soup, savory chicken pot pie and sweet apple hand pies.

Menu:
Creamy Celery Soup
Savory Chicken Pot Pie + Arugula Salad
Salted Caramel Apple Hand Pies

Date:
Friday, March 18th at 7pm
Saturday, April 23rd at 7pm

book now

About Cody T:
Founder of Cody Uncorked, Cody is a food blogger and full-time digital public relations specialist. She grew up eating home-cooked meals with her family, but didn’t start cooking until she was in college at The University of Georgia. Since graduating, she has continued to share new recipes and techniques through her blog and has been featured by Bon Appétit and Jezebel Magazine. Cody loves to show people how cooking can not only be delicious, but also easy, fun and the perfect way to show people just how much you love them!

Date Night: Spring Comfort Foods Feb13

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Vegan Cooking

Title:    Vegan Cooking 101
Location: The Cooking School at Irwin Street Kitchen
Description: 

Learn Vegan Cooking

Date: 

Wednesday March 16th at 7pm

book now

Vegan Cooking Feb06

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Show Your Dogs Some Love

Title:   “Show Your Dogs Some Love”
Location: the Cooking School at Irwin Street Kitchen
Description: 

Jake loves KC and Stuart like Geppetto loved Pinnochio…like they are “real” boys and with that he likes to make sure they eat the healthiest diet possible. Instead of giving them dry dog food chock full of fillers and corn and gluten, Jake makes their food every two weeks and freezes it so they have great meals that take only seconds to thaw and serve.

There is no doubt how much they love it and it occurred to Jake that you might like to make the same recipes he does for your babes.

Show ’em some love will teach you Jake’s primary recipe for his special blend of dog dinners and a special baked gluten free dog treat that is easy to make and great way to reward them for good behavior.

You will bring home five meals for your dog to enjoy, as well as a bag of yummy wholesome treats!

Photo courtesy of Jamia Sims.

Dates:
Sunday, March 27th at 2pm
Sunday, April 24th at 2pm

book now

Show Your Dogs Some Love Feb05

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Shrimp Gumbo, Etouffee and Cornbread

Title:   “Shrimp Gumbo, Etouffee and Cornbread”
Location: The Cooking School at Irwin Street Kitchen
Description: 

Learn the basics of making a traditional Roux, and from that the class will make Shrimp Gumbo, Etouffee and homemade Cornbread.

Christy Beal, a native of New Orleans, has worked her entire adult life in the world of medicine, but what she really loves is sharing her love of cooking with her friends, family and coworkers.

Sorry – Groupons and Special Offers are not applicable for this class.

Dates:
Saturday, March 19th at 7pm
Saturday, April 2nd at 7pm
Saturday, April 16th at 7pm

book now

Shrimp Gumbo, Etouffee and Cornbread Feb05

Tags

Related Posts

Share This

Couples Cooking II : Paleo-Friendly

BraisedShortRibs_s4x3Students will work together to create a fabulous dinner of braised short ribs, roasted roots, bitter salad and a dessert for two.

Tender, fall-off-the-bone beef will require a wee bit of kitchen magic, but rest assured, the entire process from start to empty plate will be covered.

Class is a ‘judgment free zone’, so bring what you enjoy drinking…hard cider, wine, beer. Chef Sandy will be drinking wine, guaranteed.

Please note: Discount Vouchers will not be accepted for this class.

Dates:

Saturday, April 23rd at 3pm

book now

Couples Cooking II : Paleo-Friendly Feb05

Tags

Related Posts

Share This