WomenCook! 2015 Menu Preview

Women's 11th Annual WomenCook! - Dining for a Difference Event

Menu Preview

Join Work Options for Women on April 27, 2015 for a one-of-a-kind menu prepared by some of Denver’s most renowned female chefs. Here is a sneak peak of some of the participating chefs and dishes they are preparing for this charitable event.

Letisha Steele
WaterCourse Bakery
All Gluten Free and Vegan
Lemon Rosemary Bars
Chocolate Eclair Cakes
Strawberry Rhubarb Tarts
Mary Nguyen
Parallel Seventeen and
Olive & Finch
Bulgogi Beef Lettuce Wraps, Pickled Vegetables and Granny Smith Apples
Dana Rodriguez
Work & Class
Citrus-Halibut Ceviche with avocado mousse and tortilla chip
Aniedra Nichols
Elway’s Cherry Creek
Roasted Beet “Tartare”, Carrot Top Pesto, Grilled Bread Crostini
Jennifer Jasinski
Rioja, Euclid Hall, Bistro Vendôme and Stoic & Genuine
Pea and Ramp Risotto
Salmon Tartare
Lisa Bailey
D Bar
Avocado Fondue with Buttery Brioche Crouton

WomenCook Tickets

Temple Emanuel
51 Grape Street, Denver CO 80220
Monday, April 27, 2015
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.


100% of the funds raised at WomenCook! 2015 goes toward helping Work Options for Women with their mission 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.


Join Work Options for Women on Indiegogo!

In Interesting Image!

Thank you to everyone who has already contributed to WOW’s Capital Campaign to build Cafe United.

Wait! We aren’t done yet.
Our challenge for the last 20 days of our Capital Campaign is to raise $5,161 for the Barista Training Station at Cafe United. The Barista Training Station will be a pivotal part of the new advanced training curriculum and a wonderful addition to Cafe United.

Check out our crowdfunding site!
We have created a donation page on Indiegogo, a popular crowdfunding site. Every time you and your friends donate on our Indiegogo page, you will be eligible to claim a perk! These perks are WOW’s way of saying THANKS and range from a Facebook shout-out to a signed photograph of our current WOW class.
Find Indiegogo page at: igg.me/at/WOWforSocialChange

Please join us in building Cafe United and play a huge role in building a better future for Denver women.

A WOW Mother’s Day


Looking for a unique gift this Mother’s Day? 
Take that special someone to WomenCook! Dining for a Difference to help women in our community.

Jodine, 2013 Graduate of the Year, talks about her Mom.

When: Monday, May 6th, 2013
Where: Temple Emanuel
Why: To support the mission of WOW and the women we serve.
What: A walk-around casual event benefiting women and their families.


Work Options for Women: Getting “Social” – driving a message of self-sufficiency

Please join us on our journey as we begin to extend our voice through the use of social media and a variety of sites online. I invite you to come with us as we seek to uncover interactive ways to share our mission and important work. Whether it is sharing a fun event we are a part of, or an inspiring story from one of our graduates, or discussing the important issues in our community that are affecting all of us, we are opening up our communication streams and inviting you in to join the conversation.

Obviously, community both online and offline plays a key role in this journey and we want to hear from you and provide you with communities where you can share your experiences and perspectives related to self-sufficiency and Work Options for Women.

What we are checking out:

Come along and join us for the ride! There are a number of ways you can get involved, below is a list of places that you can find us online and in the weeks to come, we will be launching a beautiful new website, so check back soon.

Join the Conversation! What’s on your mind?

Catherine Henry
Executive Director
Work Options for Women