Few things are better than a homemade cake?except for a homemade cake that is also home-decorated. That's where Knightsbridge PME comes in. The company specializes in supplies for adorning and displaying cakes, from icing nozzles and knives to turntables and stands. An expert staff also hosts classes that teach fledgling pastry chefs how to embellish desserts with flowers, ornate borders, and reproductions of American Gothic.
Atmosphere is an essential part of fine dining. Crowds frequent five-star restaurants not only for their food, but also for the mood created by their d?cor. That's why in-home chef service Cooks For Your Kitchen brings a posh atmosphere to their patrons' homes in addition to their cooking utensils and groceries. Linens, china, silverware, and stemware decorate tabletops, where candles flicker and fresh flowers waft fragrances that please loved ones or pet bumblebees. Four-course dinners revolve around entrees such as chicken lemonata or lobster in creamy champagne sauce, and finish with rich desserts such as cr?me br?l?e or tiramisu. All aspects of each meal are made fresh on the spot and can be altered to accommodate vegetarian diets or food allergies. Alternatively, chefs can entertain groups with a dinner party, cooking lessons, and movie nights, where chefs show up to homes with a DVD and movie-night snacks, such as flatbread pizzas and root-beer floats.
The Chicago area's oldest school for home cooks & bakers, with multiple locations. Cooking with the Best Chefs also offers restaurant tours, wine dinners, mushroom hunts, monthly dinner club, day trips & culinary events. Demonstration & hands-on classes are taught by professional chefs. Many variety of dishes are taught.
Organizing Dinner's adroit culinary mavens teach in-home cooking lessons in group-party or concentrated solo formats. During lessons, the charismatic class leader teaches kitchen owners and their whisk-wielding posses how to wrangle their cooking gear to create toothsome treats. Previous sessions have focused on such culinary skills as light cooking and creating appetizers for International Hug a Dolphin Day celebrations. Lessons can also cover such handy topics as saving cash while shopping and using leftovers wisely.
Before they were moms with six children between them, Simply Homemade owners Cindy and Stephanie were food-industry professionals, studying nutrition and food-product development. Now, they've combined both experiences to create a company that supplies healthy, handcrafted meals to busy families. Working off of a monthly menu of 22 entrees, the duo whips up mouthwatering pastas, burgers, and kebabs chock-full of whole grains, hand-trimmed chicken, and natural beef from Heartland Meats. Then, they either preassemble meals for customers to pick up or set up ingredients for customers to assemble themselves onsite. The latter option, which takes about two hours, makes it easier for customers to tailor dinners to a child's love of mushrooms or a dog's disdain for cilantro.