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DONATION CLASS with PROVIDENCE KITCHEN: THE NEW SOUTHERN CUISINE
Mar
22
6:00 PM18:00

DONATION CLASS with PROVIDENCE KITCHEN: THE NEW SOUTHERN CUISINE

*ALL PROFITS FROM THIS CLASS WILL BE DONATED TO THE PROVIDENCE RESTAURANT'S RESIDENCY PROGRAM*

Join us for a delicious and inspiring evening hosted by Jeff Bacon, lead chef at Providence Restaurant, and his co-workers! Providence Restaurant is a branch of the Second Harvest Food Bank that provides an up-to 2 year residency program for chefs who have graduated from the Triad Community Kitchen Culinary Training Program.

Tonight, we will be on a culinary tour of the South: see and taste the latest and the hottest culinary craze in the land. From Miami to Richmond, learn what the south’s top chefs are bringing to the restaurant tables in the new south.

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DONATION CLASS with PROVIDENCE KITCHEN: ROMANTIC CUISINE
Jan
30
6:00 PM18:00

DONATION CLASS with PROVIDENCE KITCHEN: ROMANTIC CUISINE

*ALL PROFITS FROM THIS CLASS WILL BE DONATED TO THE PROVIDENCE RESTAURANT'S RESIDENCY PROGRAM*

Join us for a delicious and inspiring evening hosted by Jeff Bacon, lead chef at Providence Restaurant, and his co-workers! Providence Restaurant is a branch of the Second Harvest Food Bank that provides an up-to 2 year residency program for chefs who have graduated from the Triad Community Kitchen Culinary Training Program.

Tonight, the menu will feature "romantic cuisine" just in time for Valentine's Day. Learn tips of the trade, including table-side techniques to wow that special someone in your life!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN
Apr
28
4:30 PM16:30

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN

*ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!*

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee & Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y’s ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the chef coming soon…

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN
Apr
15
1:00 PM13:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN

*ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEES TEACHING IT!*

Join us for a unique experience in this cross-cultural and delicious class featuring Syrian food cooked by Syrian refugees Hiam and Munzer. Hiam and Munzer Al Sakhita, along with their 3 daughters, left Damascus, Syria in 2013 for Instanbul, Turkey where they lived until 2015 when they moved to the United States as refugees. Both Hiam and Munzer come from large families where cooking has been a long family tradition. Hiam's mother began teaching her as a young teen and she would cook for their family of 11 children. Munzer learned his family's recipes as a young adult and fine-tuned his skills working in a Damascus restaurant. Though they both went on to pursue successful careers, Munzer as the CFO of the Syrian Ministry of Health and Hiam as the director for a hospital lab, cooking remained a central part of their daily lives. Later, when their 3 daughters came along, they taught them the family recipes, which had been passed along for generations. 

Menu coming soon...

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: ETHIOPIAN
Apr
7
4:30 PM16:30

EAT FOR A CAUSE: ETHIOPIAN

*ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!*

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee & Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y’s ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the chef coming soon…

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN
Mar
25
1:00 PM13:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN

*ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEES TEACHING IT!*

Join us for a unique experience in this cross-cultural and delicious class featuring Syrian food cooked by Syrian refugees Hiam and Munzer. Hiam and Munzer Al Sakhita, along with their 3 daughters, left Damascus, Syria in 2013 for Instanbul, Turkey where they lived until 2015 when they moved to the United States as refugees. Both Hiam and Munzer come from large families where cooking has been a long family tradition. Hiam's mother began teaching her as a young teen and she would cook for their family of 11 children. Munzer learned his family's recipes as a young adult and fine-tuned his skills working in a Damascus restaurant. Though they both went on to pursue successful careers, Munzer as the CFO of the Syrian Ministry of Health and Hiam as the director for a hospital lab, cooking remained a central part of their daily lives. Later, when their 3 daughters came along, they taught them the family recipes, which had been passed along for generations. 

During the cooking class, Hiam and Munzer will be making Baba Ganoush, Tabouli and Shawarma Chicken.

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SOMALI
Mar
17
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SOMALI

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the Somali refugee who will be leading this class coming soon...

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN
Mar
10
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the Syrian refugee who will be leading this class coming soon...

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: CONGOLESE
Feb
17
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: CONGOLESE

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the Congolese refugee who will be leading this class coming soon...

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: KARENNI
Feb
3
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: KARENNI

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the Karenni refugee who will be leading this class coming soon...

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN
Jan
20
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: SYRIAN

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

More information about the Syrian refugee who will be leading this class coming soon...

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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EAT FOR A CAUSE: ETHIOPIAN
Jan
13
5:00 PM17:00

EAT FOR A CAUSE: ETHIOPIAN

**ALL MONEY COLLECTED FOR THIS CLASS WILL GO DIRECTLY TO THE REFUGEE TEACHING IT!**

Join us for a unique experience as we team up with RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Society of Entrepreneurs) and the Y's ESL programs for a memorable night around the table. Refugee women will prepare a meal and share their stories with the help of a translator in this cross-cultural and delicious class.

Sena Dhina is our Ethiopian Chef. She arrived last spring with her 3 children. She speaks Amharic and Arabic fluently and is currently attending English classes to improve her English.

TO AVOID THE EVENTBRITE TICKET FEE: call the store to sign up!

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