Chef kavon has served as chef instructor for the Art Institute of New York City, Urban Horizons, a program developed to teach culinary fundamentals to underprivileged students and teaches culinary arts classes for Westchester
County Parks and recreation. A “Four-time award winner” in culinary competitions, chef Kavon regularly competes against top chefs winning “Chopped Open Your Basket (2015), Black Garlic love National Black Garlic competition, “Men Cooking for Change, and a semifinalist in Maple Leafs Farms “Discover Duck” competition, and competes for the American Culinary federations strict competition guidelines against chefs from all over the world.
Fun class and really nice instructor. Thought the lay out was not conducive to a good class setting. Instructor had to yel quite a bit and the noise from the bar was significant. Next time I'd recommend having the class in the breakfast space outside the kitchen where our pizzas were fired. Seems like a good class for the cost of $55.