Want to take your cooking to the next level? Here are two new places to hone your skills: Gather Food Studio and Chef’s Table Colorado Springs. I’ve taken classes at each and highly recommend both. Here is a little overview of what you can expect.Gather Food Studio is brought to you by Cortney Smith and David Cook. Smith was most recently vice president of Cooks Marketplace, which closed a few months ago. She and Cook, a personal chef, both worked with the store’s extensive cooking class program. They recently found a cozy little cottage in Old Colorado City and created a new cooking school. The space limits the number of students to six, who cook in pairs. I found the new format of smaller classes a good fit. There’s more time for Smith and Cook to assist participants and keep the session flowing nicely.I took a Friday evening movie night class. The movie was “Chef,” about a chef who walks off his job at a prominent Los Angeles restaurant after refusing to compromise his creative integrity. He buys a food truck in Miami and takes off on an adventurous road trip back to L.A. with his son and sidekick sous… Read full this story
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