A Party in the Kitchen: Jen & Jamey’s Virtual Cooking Classes

No have to have to shop—every merchandise you want will be despatched to you when you participate in Jen & Jamey’s Digital Cooking Lessons. (Courtesy the Bender Group)

By Jennifer McKee

1 great thing to come out of the pandemic is the emergence of the virtual cooking class—the joy of cooking and camaraderie can be felt regardless of whether you’re cooking with each other in Augusta, Atlanta, Australia or any place else all-around the globe.

But not all virtual cooking lessons are made equal the good news is, we have uncovered the ideal course for a exciting and flavorful night time in: Jen & Jamey’s Virtual Cooking Lessons. The lessons were developed by a husband-and-wife team of hospitality gurus who are passionate about sharing their adore of multi-cultural delicacies although creating it approachable to house chefs—and mainly importantly, having enjoyable even though carrying out it.

Jen & Jamey carry exciting to the kitchen area throughout their virtual cooking classes. (Courtesy the Bender Team)

Greatest still, when you signal up for a course, there is no purchasing involved—all ingredients arrive ready and are sent to your doorstep, so you really don’t have to be concerned about everything: The target is to loosen up, have exciting and delight in every other’s firm although you create a delightful food.

As the meal arrives together, Jen & Jamey use the downtime to reveal far more about the delicacies you’re earning and introduce the class’ members. Throughout a the latest course making ready hen enchiladas, the group involved about a dozen individuals from across the place, of all skill levels. The enchiladas were positioned atop a mattress of yellow rice and lined with Mexican road corn, enchilada sauce and Cotija cheese. It was adequate to serve a relatives of 4.

Gayo Azul’s delectable new Cotija cheese. (Courtesy the Bender Group)

Another great issue about digital cooking classes is studying about brands and ingredients you could not be common with. In the over situation it was Gayo Azul cheese, a Caribbean cheesemaker with a powerful Dutch affect and a record that dates back again to the 1950s.

Gayo Azul’s latest cheese is a crumbly, mild Cotija that is ideal for any Hispanic dish, like the aforementioned rooster enchiladas. Be watchful not to consume as well a lot in advance of introducing it to a recipe though—one chunk and you will be hooked!

Supplemental Gayo Azul cheeses obtainable for invest in involve Dutch Gouda, Dutch Edam, Queso Blanco and Swiss. It’s accessible at many grocers in the north and southeast, such as Publix.