Two-hour cooking class, including tastings, two beverages of the chef’s choice and take-home recipes. Each chef will have their own unique theme for summertime cooking. Additional details may be found by clicking here.
Saturdays from July 23 – September 3 from 2 – 4 p.m.
Inside the Phoenix Public Market
14 East Pierce Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Tickets are $45 and may be purchased online by clicking here. Proceeds go to benefit the Phoenix Public Market and Devour Phoenix.
July 23: Tudie Frank-Johnson, D’licious Dishes
July 30: Aaron Chamberlain, St. Francis
August 6: Chrysa Robertson, Rancho Pinot Grill
August 13: Doug Robson, Gallo Blanco Cafe
August 20: Tracy Dempsey, Tracy Dempsey Originals
August 27: Jen Anderson, Windsor
September 3: John Hall, Canela Bistro
About Devour Phoenix
Devour Phoenix is a city-wide, non-profit coalition of select, independent restaurants operating under the Local First Arizona umbrella. Devour Phoenix is working to maintain a forum for sharing ideas, purchasing power, and marketing dollars to advance dining in the Phoenix area; create an image for Phoenix that is a respected destination for dining and culinary exploration; share resources to strengthen and grow restaurants in Phoenix; manage and host events such as culinary festivals and restaurant crawls that will strengthen business and build awareness for all Phoenix restaurants and identify and encourage the use of local agriculture and local artisans as a means for increasing sustainability in the region.
About Phoenix Public Market
The Phoenix Public Market is a program of Community Food Connections and is committed to improving access to healthy food in underserved areas. Their programs expand outlets for and production of local food, create jobs and build family self-sufficiency. Through the Phoenix Public Market, Community Food Connections is helping keep farmers on the land while building a thriving community gathering place around local food production, distribution and consumption.