Cast Iron Cooking Class 11/1/2023Learn the basics of cooking and caring for your cast iron pans!
Cost:$80.00 per person
About this experience
The old trusty cast iron skillet, pan, dutch oven, roaster, braiser or sauce pot. They are all lovely in their own way and loved by most for their fantastic versatility, whether making breakfast at home or over the camp fire.
Join Chef Craig Kuhns in this demo based class as he guides us through preparing 4 dishes in different cast iron pieces. This cast iron enthusiast will also dive into proper storage and care for your beloved pieces.
Cornbread (using low side or wedge pan)
Braised Short Ribs (using dutch oven)
Marbled Potatoes and Beans (using high side pan)
Berry Cobbler (using high side pan)
No refunds or credits will be given if cancelled within 72 hours of event. Class attendees will receive 20% off purchases on the day of the event (some exclusions apply).
Chef Craig Kuhns got his start over 25 years ago in Charleston, SC after graduating from Johnson & Wales University. As the Charleston food scene grew, Craig trained under mentor Chef Ken Vedrinski of Trattoria Lucca and gained a love for Italian cuisine and fine dining. He had the opportunity to work in some of Charleston's most acclaimed restaurants including The Charleston Grill, Palmetto Grill, and Charleston's Basil Thai Restaurant. Craig brought his knowledge to Upstate over ten years ago, where he had the great fortune to work for restaurant group Table 301 at The Lazy Goat, Nose Dive, Soby's and Devereaux's. Before embarking on The Cook’s Station adventure, Craig was the Chef de Cuisine at Top Soil in Travelers Rest, and prior to that, Craig was the Executive Chef at Greenbrier Farms in Easley, SC.