Wednesday, November 24th, 2021 @ 6pm CST via Zoom
Join this online cooking class where Chef Michael Solovey will teach us how to make some tasty holiday side dishes, including jalapeño cornbread stuffing, berbere roasted cauliflower, and sweet potatoes 2 ways. You can follow along and cook during class, or just observe as a lecture.
What You'll Need:
- - Ingredients & Prep: If you’ll be cooking this dish along with the chef during class: Read through the Recipe Packet (PDF),
purchase any ingredients you need, and complete the prep work before class begins.
About Chef Michael Solovey:
Chef Michael Solovey started cooking at a young age under the tutelage of his Mother, a refined,
self-taught culinarian. He would later graduate magna cum laude from Le Cordon Bleu at Scottsdale Culinary Institute before moving to Shanghai, China in 2008. Over the course of five years working in the food and beverage industry in Asia, Chef Michael
played various roles in opening 24 food and beverage establishments including his very own Eastern European inspired restaurant, Bloc.
In the past seven years, Michael has served as Resident Chef for Sur La Table and Chef/Cooking School Director for The Boelter Companies in Glendale, Wisconsin. He is now the owner of Sage Harvest Cooking School.
He has taught over 1,700 classes to over 10,000 students. His pedagogy implements approachable science to help his students understand why different cooking techniques render a variety of results in the kitchen; all for the sake of developing students'
culinary instinct. Although Chef Michael personally writes and curates all of the recipes used in his classes, his approach is decidedly anti-recipe as his aim is to empower everyone from the novice foodie to the seasoned industry professional to
take confident control of their diet, health, and wellness by cooking amazing food.
This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from The McKesson Foundation.
Zoom access is provided by our Technology Sponsors, the Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative and UW Carbone Cancer Center.