Raleigh, North Carolina
8470 Honeycutt Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
P: (919) 900-8291
F: (919) 847-5279
HOLIDAY CLOSINGS: Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day,, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Easter Sunday
Just south of 540 facing Falls of Neuse Road. Parking lot available to customers.The entrance to the parking lot is on Honeycutt Road.
Nekkid Cooking-Farm to tableWednesday, July 30, 2014
Throw cooker, Personal Chef and Our State Magazine food stylist Wendy Perry comes back to SSS Raleigh again this year with more of her fun "nekkid" cooking. We know Wendy loves to find what is freshest at local farmers' markets to throw together without any recipe to show you how to do that too, so you'll want to be sure to join us and see what she harvests for this "nekkid cooking class!" Because as Wendy says... "Undressed tastes BEST!" ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT Link: www.WendyPerry.com
Cooking with KattWednesday, September 3, 2014
Cooking with Katt Ever wonder how other folks get dinner on the table? Cook food that rivals some good dining establishments? Want to know some of the secrets? Katt will host a class to show some of her tricks of the trade. As a busy business owner, mother and wife she needs some tricks up her sleeve to get good, healthy, nutritious and tasty food on the table each night for her gang. Along with talking you through culinary techniques she has perfected over the many (close to 25 yrs in the food industry!) she will also cook up some tasty, quick, company worthy dishes. Caribbean Pork Tenderloin, Pan Seared Salmon, and a Stuffed Chicken Breast. To pair with that, some Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Charred Green Beans! $20pp all proceeds to benefit The Raleigh Rescue Mission call the shop to hold your spot-919-900-8291
MAKING BREAD WITH GIWednesday, October 15, 2014
James Beard, an American Chef once said “Good bread is the most fundamentally satisfying of all foods; and good bread with fresh butter, the greatest of feasts.” I agree! What feelings does this food evoke? The holidays, Grandma's recipe, the warmth of home or something else? By the time we finish this class, you will be able to make a yummy and nutritious loaf of bread and a few other treats for the upcoming holidays. You’ll also learn how to substitute whole grains for basic flour, making your foods more nutritiously dense, but still light in flavor! By understanding whole grains better you will be able to delight your taste buds and serve your family something delicious. All it takes for fresh bread is seven ingredients, a little kneading, and an oven-come on lets bake! $20pp all proceeds benefit The Raleigh Rescue Mission. Call our shop to hold your spot 919-900-8291 Bio- My name is Gi Hime. I am a wife and mom to two sweet kiddos, and I have always enjoyed being the kitchen. I have learned these bread baking skills from older women who have invested in me and from my time teaching Home Economics. I am excited to share with you what I have learned over the past 10 years.
SALT BLOCK COOKINGTuesday, November 4, 2014
Join us and Johanna Kramer , author of Food Lovers Guide to Raleigh,Durham & Chapel Hill, as she takes us through Mark Bitterman's Salt Block Cooking -cookbook. We will take the mystery out of what to do with a Himalayan Salt Block, and feature two of the recipes from Mark's book and one of Johanna's own recipes. Call the shop to hold your spot $20 pp (919) 900-8291