Breville will hold a charitable virtual cooking series for The Edible Schoolyard Project in partnership with chef collective Homemade, home entertaining expert Stephanie Nass and Imperfect Foods.
The Edible Schoolyard Project is a charitable organization dedicated to the transformation of public education by using organic school gardens, kitchens, and cafeterias to teach both academic subjects and the values of nourishment, stewardship and community.
“Tiny Table, Big Flavor,” Breville’s two-part virtual workshop plus donor session with expert chefs, aims to take the guesswork out of the marathon that is the Thanksgiving meal. The workshop will guide the consumer on how to prepare, cook, plate and present an extra special feast for your special guests, your roommate or family sheltering at home with you. From appetizers to desserts, trussing and carving a turkey, table settings and even what to do with the leftovers, Tiny Table, Big Flavor will delight and inspire you to tackle this marathon cooking experience, the company said.
The sessions will run on Sunday, November 15 and 22 with a VIP session on Tuesday, November 24. Tickets are available for two ticketing levels. At the $25 general admission level, participants will redeem admission to sessions 1 & 2, shopping lists and recipes. At the $100 VIP donor level, participants will receive all of the above plus access to the exclusive third bonus session that will cover last minute Thanksgiving prep questions, cocktails and ideas around leftovers, plus a bonus gift of a Breville Smoking Gun ($100 retail value). For tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tiny-table-big-flavor.