Friendsgiving Virtual Cooking Class
north american, soul food
Happy Holidays! Join Chef Nigel Henderson as he walks you through a few of his favorite recipes perfect for any Friendsgiving & Thanksgiving Celebration. A What happens once you purchase a class? 5 days prior to the class’s start date, class attendees will receive a shopping list with equipment and ingredients that you can easily find. I want you guys to be at ease, the classes will be comfortable and easy going, I don’t want you all to feel nervous. Attendees will also receive a Zoom link the day before to join our cooking class. What you’ll receive? I’ll be cooking the recipe with you and explaining the techniques & methods. The classes are intended for you all to ask questions, should you hit any speed bumps I can talk you through it. If you just want to watch and learn with a glass of wine in hand that it totally acceptable too! What if I can’t make it but want to purchase the class? You don’t have to be available for the live class! I will still send you the recipes/equipment needs and after the live time and date you will receive a link to the recording of the class in it’s entirety and should you have any questions you can always send me an email. *All purchases final, If you cannot attend you may move purchase to a different class. Class size is limited to 25
Spiked Apple Cider
Apple Cider With A Little Kick!
Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potatoes
Bacon...Sweet Potatoes...Nuff Said!
Everything Pigs N' A Blanket
Creole Crab & Artichoke Dip
Jumbo Lump Crab & Cheese....Need I say more?
Jalapeno Hot Water Corn Bread
Also known as Johnny Cakes
(Prounounced KAH-luhs) A Sweet Rice Fritters. An old desert that creole street vendors in New Orleans sold in the French Quarter to eventually buy their freedom, this dish finds it's roots from Ghana, to Liberia and Sierra Leone.