Get involved with WOW in a new & exciting way! Work Options for Women’s Cooking Classes are led by acclaimed Denver chefs and offer “hands on” instruction of specialty techniques and recipes. Class sizes are limited to 10 people to provide more personal attention. Best of all, you can sample your creations, leave with a stack of recipe cards, and maybe even take home some of the fruits of your labor.
100% of your ticket sale goes to supporting the mission of WOW: “to help impoverished women gain the skills and confidence they need to work their way out of poverty and become gainfully and permanently employed in the food service industry.”
Many thanks to Whole Foods Cherry Creek for their sponsorship of January – March classes.
FEBRUARY 15TH, 2012
Potatoes with Max MacKissock of the Squeaky Bean
In February, join Chef Max MacKissock of The Squeaky Bean to learn his culinary tricks for potatoes. Potato…pot-ah-to…Max begs to differ – there IS a right way when it comes to making everyone’s favorite root vegetable. Max will be teaching several different techniques to help you master the art of potato preparation, from simple roasted potatoes all the way to delicious gnocchi. SOLD OUT!
MARCH 7TH, 2012
Veggie Burgers with Rachel Kesley of WaterCourse
Join Chef Rachel Kesley, executive chef of WaterCourse, Denver’s most popular vegetarian restaurant. Chef Rachel will be teaching veggie burgers – good, tasty, homemade veggie burgers made of tempeh and wild rice. REGISTER!
April 18th, 2012
Salmon with John Emanuel of Project Angel Heart
April’s class is led by Jon Emanuel, Executive Chef at Project Angel Heart, a Denver non-profit that delivers nutritious meals to improve quality of life, at no cost, for those coping with life-threatening illness. Jon has been has been a professional chef for nearly 20 years and has been cooking since he was in kindergarten. Join Jon for this class and learn the way to make perfectly cooked salmon. REGISTER!
JUNE 21st, 2012
Grilling with Tyler Wiard of Elway’s
Join Elway’s Executive Chef Tyler Wiard as he explores all things on the grill. You’d expect tips on Wiard’s USDA Prime steaks, but he’ll surprise you with seafood, other meat and lots of vegetarian options. REGISTER!
JULY 18th, 2012
“Breakfast for Dinner” Kids Class with Jessica Berry of WOW
Drop off your kids at this “Breakfast for Dinner” cooking class! Led by Jessica Berry, WOW’s Job Placement Coordinator and former sous chef, this class will have your children wanting to take over breakfast duty every weekend. Recommended ages are 8-13 years old. REGISTER!