ABOUT THIS EVENT
Food & Drink
Grab your partner or bestie and learn how to create a Romantic Dinner for Two. Each course will include an exploration of aphrodisiacs with both savory and sweet delights. Chef Lilly's food loving, former restaurant chef, husband will be teaching alongside her in this hands-on class. Learn how to make a four-course dish that will be perfect to recreate for Valentine's Day and each individual dish will be easy to expand to a simple weeknight meal as well. This class is ideal for couples, so feel free to bring a favorite boozy beverage to toast your date night out!
What to Bring
Bring a container to take home any leftovers and a boozy beverage to sip on while we cook. An apron is also a good idea.
All of the food will be provided. Be prepared to enjoy a 4-course meal.Cancellation Policy
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
In addition to teaching local food cooking and gardening for Dabble, Lilly teaches children and families for Slow Food Denver and Denver Urban Gardens.
Prior to that she was a personal chef in San Luis Obispo, CA in 2004-2006 and then again in the Denver metro area from 2006-2010. At which point, she switched gears to create the online subscription service Lilly's Table featuring her recipes and seasonal meal plans. After her first child was born, she moved to Tucson, AZ where she was the coordinator for the first two years of Tucson Food Day. While in Arizona, she taught cooking classes for daycare providers through the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Returning to Colorado, she helped start the Neighbor to Market vegetable consignment program at the Edgewater Market & Music. Her family's small urban farm, including chickens, a hive and gardens, inspired their experiment to eat local for a year.