Sneak Preview: August At COOK

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It’s that time again–August classes are about to open up for sale at COOK and we’re here with your sneak preview.

Here’s the thing, though. Because of some last-minute tinkering with the schedule, it wasn’t finalized until about an hour ago. And everything is going up for sale at 2pm TODAY. So if you’re of a mind to get in on some of this month’s Spike Mendelsohn and Michael Solomonov action, you’re going to have to make your mind up quick.


So without further ado, here's what you're looking at for August at COOK.

COOK August Class Schedule

August 2: 2pm; knife skills 101 with culinary instructor Stephen Latona
August 5: Bacon--It's Not Just For Breakfast Anymore with Laura Frangiosa of the Avenue Delicatessen and Art Miller of 1732 Meats
August 6: Cypriot Mezze with Konstantinos Pitsillides of Kanella
August 7: An evening with Spike Mendelsohn of Good Stuff Eatery
August 8: Summer of pumpkin beer with Brian Cooke and Andy Farrell of City Tap House
August 9: 12pm; A Tarty Party with Chad Durkin of Kermit's Bake Shoppe
August 12: Celebrating summer DiBruno's Style with James Liuzzaof DiBruno Bros.
August 13: A whiskey cocktail dinner with Val Stryjewski of Lloyd Whiskey Bar
August 15: Summertime pig roast with Andrew Wood of Russet
August 19: A seafood spectacular with Joncarl Lachman of Noord
August 20: Modern Israeli Cuisine with Michael Solomonov of Zahav
August 22: Farmers Market Fare with Scott Schroeder of South Philly Tap Room and American Sardine Bar
August 23: 12pm; Peach pastry perfection with Peter Scarola of R2L
August 25: Meatless Monday with Beth Kaufman of A Mindful Me
August 26: Global Street Food with Michael Sultan and Carolyn Nguyen of Street Food Philly
August 28: Pasta Making with Arthur Cavalieri of In Riva
August 29: A Top Tomato Tasting with Alex Garfinkel
August 30: 6pm; A Hawaiian Luau with Kiki Aranita and Chris Vacca of Poi Dog

COOK August Schedule [Official]

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