The Stock Pot takes the mystery out of the cooking process with an array of alchemical kitchen and cooking implements. Kindle a stove’s affections with advanced cookware, such as the dent-defiant Helen Chen 14-inch carbon-steel wok ($37.28) or a measure-friendly Escali digital kitchen scale ($34.31). A Progressive angled measuring cup decants ingredients with pinpoint precision, allowing chefs to easily gauge liquid levels thanks to top-down views and a wormhole to the fourth dimension ($7.14). Cutlery from Forschner's professional blademakers ($255.37) adds a functional gleam to countertops, or remains impressively wall-bound on an 18-inch magnetic knife bar ($18.43). Fox Run's four linked mini loaf pans ensure surplus bread when feeding hungry duos or the mouths of Cerberus ($16.07), and gourmet ingredients impart an edge to culinary adventurers of any experience level.
What makes The Food Theater stand out?
We provide fun, hands-on, interactive cooking classes with a focus on great food and cooking skills. Our corporate team-building events and private group events provide the perfect setting to say thank you to your company team and valued clients.
What’s the vibe at The Food Theater like?
We have a modern, state-of-the-art kitchen. It’s open and bright to welcome guests into the kitchen and make them feel at home.
What inspired you to start this business?
A love of good food and a desire to bring techniques and information to others who desire to learn and be fed in a social atmosphere. A passion to connect great local chefs in a teaching environment with people who want to do more than just occupy a seat.
Describe your average customer.
Most of our clients love to cook or want to have an above-average knowledge of food and cooking.
The designers at Kitchen Concepts consider every angle of a client’s kitchen to create intricate, detailed design plans. Based on these, a production team crafts custom cabinetry in a range of styles, from ornately hand-carved to sleek and functional. A range of accessory options help keep kitchenware organized without labeling forks with Dewey decimal numbers.
Although nutritional supplements and pills can help boost one’s health and weight loss, nothing can substitute natural, healthy eating. This is a lesson Eat Your Medicine’s Brandie Schwartz shares with each of her clients. A trained medical professional, Schwartz focuses her attention on nutrition’s benefits. She found that implementing healthier eating habits into a daily routine, along with regular exercise and knowledge of healthier whole-food recipes, dramatically enriched one's health.
Today, Schwartz works to spread that wellness to others. She supports clients through healthy life coaching, teaching them about nutritious foods, helping them to reduce cravings, and assisting them in setting goals, whether they want to lose weight or finally stop redecorating their pantry. She also provides personalized meal planning, healthy cooking parties, grocery shopping tours, and personal-chef services.