Sunday March 7 12noon, $20/25 in advance/at the door, see below.
Lowell is known for its culture diversity. one of the best ways to learn about another culture is to learn about its food. In this cooking class you will learn about unique vegetables and meats are and where to find them. There will be a hands on cooking demo and a buffet lunch after.
Y Sok Woodward of Rebel Chef Catering returns for her second installment of ‘The Melting Pot,’ a cooking demo series that focuses on the creating and experiencing the many ethnic cuisines of people in the Lowell area. “Lowell is known for its cultural diversity, says Y, “The best way to learn about another culture is to learn about its food.”
Come inside and warm up to a lively, hands on class that will give you all the info you need to whip up a fabulous Caribbean meal. After you’ve watched Y work her magic, you’ll be treated to a buffet lunch of the food you just watched her prepare.
On the fence? You won’t be after you read this menu:
Jamaican Jerk Chicken
Rice & Pigeon Peas
Shrimp Ceviche with Tropical Fruit
Double-fried Green Plantains
Call 978/452-8138 to make reservations.