Cooking UP A Cure
Cooking Up a Cure
The live event has already occurred. However, you can still register below and receive the video recording of the session and recipe cards, so that you may participate at your convenience!
Grab your friends and family and join us as we cook our way to finding a cure! In this virtual class, Chef Chasty will be teaching us how to make chicken & broccoli alfredo and banana pudding. You and your group can join us in the Zoom session from the comfort of your own kitchen! This class is appropriate for all ages.
Supply kits are available for purchase and will include all needed ingredients, except kitchen staples (salt & pepper, nutmeg, red pepper, olive oil, vanilla extract, and milk). See below for a complete ingredient list, if you'd prefer to gather your own items. Supply pickup will be Friday, June 4 from 4:00-6:00 at Front Runner Athletics on Hixson Pike. If this pickup time does not work for you, or if you need additional supply kits, please contact us.
Even if you already have plans for June 5, you can still participate & support EPFAC! The session will be recorded, so you can watch the video and make the recipes at your convenience.
About Chef Chasty:
Chasty Lane is the owner of Oh My Goodness Chef Chasty Seafood & More catering in Chattanooga and Dots Cafe in Mississippi. She recently moved to Chattanooga from Mississippi, and she is a Launch graduate and a member of the Kitchen Incubator. She's graduate of East Mississippi Community College, Mississippi State University, Everest University, and Stanford, where her culinary career started. She has taught several cooking classes at the Kitchen Incubator, including Cooking with Chef Chasty kids' classes. She is known for her soul food and seafood here in Chattanooga and is featured in the Launch magazine as well as on the platform for Kiva Loan. She is looking forward to working with each of you!
Cooking Up a Cure