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Mother's Day Weekend Brunch with The Jaded Fork

Show appreciation for all those moms in your world and get them out of the kitchen this Mother's Day weekend. Join The Jaded Fork for a Saturday morning brunch cooking class.  While rotating through hands-on culinary stations you'll be exposed to unique brunch recipes and techniques to help you create a stress free and fun brunch menu! Chef Lindsey will teach you how to prepare a variety of classic and creative egg dishes, simple sticky buns, how to cure and use smoked salmon, easy bacon and sausage cooking techniques along with gourmet french toast ideas. We will start the class with a "Jaded" version of the mimosa! Fresh brewed La Terza coffee will be served through out the class and a variety of alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. 

Please Note: Since you will working in an industrial kitchen, the minimum age for children is 12 years old. 

Cost: $120.00

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About Your Instructor

Chef Lindsey Cook began her culinary career working in her hometown of Hamilton, Ohio. At 14 years old she obtained a dishwashing position at The Academy and soon began working as a car hop at the one and only Jolly’s root beer stand. She became intrigued with food and service and began to explore baking while later working through high school at the international bakery in Jungle Jim’s. She received a full ride scholarship to attend Johnson and Wales University in Charleston, South Carolina. There she earned her Associates in Culinary Arts and her Bachelors in Food and Beverage Management. While in Charleston she worked at several restaurants as a line cook, made fresh pasta at a pasta company, served and cooked for a catering company and assisted in baking at a local German Bakery. Once she finished her culinary degrees she decided to stay on in Charleston and began to study front of the house services while working as a host and eventually front of house manager for the Jasmine Porch at the Sanctuary on Kiawah Island. It was here she realized the importance of industry experience to better implement training standards as she assumed the task of assisting in earning the restaurants AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Stars ratings.