Local chef, blogger, and cookbook author Jennifer Farley will stop by The Cookery at Cathedral Commons on Saturday June 10. This is your chance to meet someone who is living the food dream! Hear her story, ask her questions, and learn something new.
- Did she train to be a chef or just become one?
- Did she come up with all of the recipes in her cookbook?
- Does she make a living blogging about food?
- What's one thing that she does in the kitchen that she came up with and no one else does?
She will be in the store from 1-4pm.
Saturday May 20 is the Cathedral Commons Spring Festival and The Cookery is celebrating with CHOCOLATE! Come meet Ismael, creator of delicious Chocotengo chocolate (a Cookery favorite). Hear his incredible story and sample a few of his bars (and just try not to take one home with you).
Exfoliating with natural sugar scrub is and easy way to get softer, more youthful and radiant skin. In this workshop, we'll teach you the simple formula for making a deliciously luxurious scrub that could rival any expensive spa product. You'll mix up your own batch scented with your choice of essential oils and we'll even provide a special jar for take-home. Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @The Cookery in Shirlington. Seats are limited. Reserve your space now.
Shirlie's Chocolate Crawl takes you on a sweet, self-guided tour around the Village's shops and restaurants for samplings and specials featuring everyone's favorite treat: chocolate. Join us from 5-8pm and visit the many participants for tastings, specials, shopping and dining.
At The Cookery, we're doing Chocolate Three Ways. Chocolate begins as a bitter spice and can be transformed to a smooth sweet or savory sauce from appetizer to dessert. Come taste and be surprised by chocolate-infused bubbly, salad dressing (!), and mousse. Choose a chocolate kiss to reveal your shopping discount!
In celebration of Earth Day, on Saturday April 22, the Rosedale Conservancy will host a shopping day at Cathedral Commons. All merchants "on the avenue" will donate 15% of their sales to The Rosedale Conservancy.
Stop by The Cookery where artisan pop-up Amazi will be sampling some of her utterly delicious (and nutritious) plantain chips.
Bitters have made a big comback in the cocktail scene. They are typically very concentrated elixirs made from herbs, spices, and oils. A dash or two can transform a cocktail or turn a plain tumbler of sparkling water into a delightful beverage.
There are many creative bitters makers on the market, including our own local maker Embitterment Bitters. Join us and they will share some of their secrets to help you create your own special blend to add to your bar.
This event will be held at our Cathedral Commons location.
Space is limited
Design your signature sauce! Local pepper farmers and flavor masters, Vickie and Stephanie, owners of ShePeppers will lead you through the process of making your own hot sauce using peppers from their local farm and a variety of spices. You can get as hot as you can stand it or take the mild route. Each participant will leave with a bottle of their own creation and few gifts.
This event will be at our Village at Shirlington location.
Space is limited for this event
What defines ketchup? Historically, it originated as a fish sauce, blended with vinegar and spices. So why does the modern market only offer us the tomato variety?
'Chups condiments are re-telling the ketchup story. These tangy, savory, and sweet sauces are all-natural and made with vinegar, spices, and whole fruits instead of tomatoes.
Stop by our Shirlington store on Sunday October 16 from 11am - 3pm to taste them for yourself. No added sugars, and all vegan and gluten free! It's ketchup 2.0.