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ChefShop

ChefShop

Cooking
Interbay, Seattle, Washington
(5 Reviews)

ChefShop.com has been supporting family owned artisan food producers and growers who both preserve old and create new food traditions, and create and preserve flavorful foods, since 1997. It’s small food producers who keep us close to the ground and the roots of where real and flavorful food comes from. And it’s the promotion and distribution of these original and heirloom foods that help these important foods and food traditions survive and thrive, and help stave off the continued commercialization and mechanization of large-scale food production and distribution in the US, and thus the inevitable loss of the most precious part of our food - its flavor.

At ChefShop.com, we live by the quality, purity and provenance of our products; we scour the world to discover producers and growers who make exceptional food their life’s mission, because we feel that delicious, quality foods nourish our bodies, our minds, and the earth in equal measure. Because quality, flavor and healthiness go hand-in-hand-in-hand - every time! That’s why we work with farmers like Kevin Stennes from Stennes’ Family Farms who provides us with the perfect Rainier cherry harvested at its peak of sweet, juicy lusciousness, or Mark and Maria Whitehead of Hawkshead Relish Company in the Lake District in the UK who reach for the perfect chutney - a delectable balance of exotic spices with tart, pungent, and fruity flavors made from locally grown fruit.

But, the quality of our products doesn’t tell the whole story. We also work closely with family farms and producers who study and integrate traditional food techniques into their products – from locally grown heirloom emmer and spelt, to hand-dipped couverture chocolates made the old-fashioned way, from naturally and traditionally fermented Japanese Shoyu, to cold-harvested raw nomatic honeys; we seek those that work hand-in-hand with history and tradition, not against it, and who understand that it’s nature that ultimately drives not just a sustainable food system over all, but exceptional flavor in our refrigerators, in our pantries, and ultimately on our tables.

When you buy from ChefShop.com, you are seeking the purest foods made by family producers whom we’ve individually selected for the quality of their ingredients and their adherence to tradition and purity and flavor. It’s mouth-watering food born from passion and commitment to tradition, the power of the natural world, and nature's most under-valued resource - time!

Reviews of ChefShop

(5 Reviews)
Exploring Peruvian Cuisine Cooking

2/7/2020
Kala N.

Attended: Exploring Peruvian Cuisine Cooking


Overall I loved the demonstration however calling it a cooking class seems a little bit ambitious as we did not really learn how to prepare the dishes, perhaps calling it a cooking demonstration would be more fitting. The food was delicious and we had a great time however if you were looking for a hands-on cooking class that will leave you capable of recreating the dishes you sampled this is not it.

Ottolenghi: Jerusalem Cooking

1/15/2020
Jae A.

Attended: Ottolenghi: Jerusalem Cooking


The venue and the instructor were great. I learned so much about the specific recipes and about many of the unusual ingredients.

Ottolenghi: Jerusalem Cooking

1/9/2020
Anonymous

Attended: Ottolenghi: Jerusalem Cooking


Overall it was a great class my only wish was that the students would have been able to participate in some of the cooking

Ottolenghi: Plenty More Cooking

4/18/2019
Anonymous

Attended: Ottolenghi: Plenty More Cooking


It was fun learning about and tasting all the different ingredients going into the recipe!

Japanese Sushi-Making Cooking Class

2/28/2018
Rungnapa M.

Attended: Japanese Sushi-Making Cooking Class


I loved this class. Can’t wait for bento box class.

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1425 Elliott Ave W, Seattle, Washington 98119
ChefShop
Interbay
1425 Elliott Ave W
Near W Galer St
Seattle, Washington 98119

Directions:
Best parking is north of our building three city lots, in the big gravel lot.

Upcoming Classes at ChefShop

Keep it Simple Cooking Class Ottolenghi Style
Keep it Simple Cooking Class Ottolenghi Style
Next start date:

Wednesday Feb 26th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Exploring Sardinian Cuisine Cooking
Exploring Sardinian Cuisine Cooking
Next start date:

Wednesday Mar 4th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Cooking for Comfort - Classics with a Twist
Cooking for Comfort - Classics with a Twist
Next start date:

Wednesday Mar 11th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Exploring Catalan Cooking
Exploring Catalan Cooking
Next start date:

Wednesday Mar 18th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Marrakech Express - Classic Moroccan Cooking Class
Marrakech Express - Classic Moroccan Cooking Class
Next start date:

Wednesday Mar 25th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Tasting Sicily Cooking Class
Tasting Sicily Cooking Class
Next start date:

Wednesday Apr 1st, 6:30pm - 9pm

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking
Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking
Next start date:

Thursday Apr 9th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Ottolenghi: Plenty More Cooking
Ottolenghi: Plenty More Cooking
Next start date:

Thursday Apr 16th, 6:30pm - 9pm

French Bistro Cooking
French Bistro Cooking
Next start date:

Friday Apr 24th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Exploring Peruvian Cuisine Cooking
Exploring Peruvian Cuisine Cooking
Next start date:

Thursday Apr 30th, 6:30pm - 9pm

Teachers at ChefShop

Chef Darin Chef Diana Lenzi Chef Gina Ogazi Chef Jennifer Asmundon Chef Jennifer Asmundson Chef Kanako Koizumi Chef Lesa Sullivan Chef Maria Troxell Erin Coopey Lesa Sullivan Pam Sawyer ​Karen Binkhorst
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