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Learn How to Cook at The Kitchen Workshop Stage

15 September 2015

It’s never too late (or too soon) to learn how to cook. And, what better place to begin forming some lifelong kitchen skills than at Taste of Atlanta (September 25-27 in Midtown’s Tech Square)?

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Happy patrons at Taste of Atlanta; photo by

In addition to the festival’s 90+ restaurants, food stands and beer and wine offerings, several of our participating restaurants will also be sharing a bit of cooking knowledge at The Kitchen Workshop stage.

Sponsored by The Cook’s Warehouse, and hosted by award-winning journalist Holly Firfer, these 30-45 minute sessions will accommodate between four and six people at 10 cooking stations. You and your fellow foodies will follow along the steps from a local chef as he/she creates a recipe. Then, you’ll get to take the recipe home with you!

Simply choose the dish (or chef) that looks best to you from the schedule below and plan on attending this free class!

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Presenters from last year’s The Kitchen Workshop. Photo by

Saturday, September 26, 2015

12:30 pm
Chef Patric Bell-Good (Max’s Wine Dive) will lead a latke/pancake class with Latkepalooza.

3 pm
You’ll want to bring your significant other along for this one. Chef Nick Leahy (Saltyard) will whip up some aphrodisiac dishes that’ll make you swoon at In the Mood for Food.

4:15 pm
Perfect your egg-making skills as you learn from breakfast extraordinaire, Suzanne Vizethann (Buttermilk Kitchen) at Eggs-pertise.

5:30 pm
Fried chicken is one of life’s great pleasures. Chef Mary Moore (The Cook’s Warehouse) will teach you how to make it at home in Mastering Fried Chicken.

Taste of Atlanta samples; photo by Raftermen Photography

Taste of Atlanta samples; photo by Raftermen Photography

Sunday, September 27, 2015

12:30 pm
Comfort food doesn’t get more cozy than when it’s chicken and dumplings. Get chef secrets from Zeb Stevenson (Watershed on Peachtree) at his Chicken and Waffles presentation.

1:45 pm
Chefs Calvina Donato and Doria Roberts from Madre & Mason and Urban Cannibals talk about philanthropy at Cooking for a Cause.

Listen to Certified Master Chef Daryl Shular talk about the esteemed Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. Shular is the school’s executive chef and director of education.

4:15 pm
Forget that microwavable package from college. Ramen can be both complicated and intoxicatingly delicious. Learn how to make the real stuff from Mibo Love Ramen’s Chef Mihoko Obunai during Ramen Rundown.