Food + Cocktail Kits for Gifting

ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Food & Drink

Event Overview

Come create your own cocktail kits and food gifts to share this holiday season! Whether it is tucked under a tree or arrives as a hostess present, we will cook and taste our way through the possibilities of delicious, consumable gifts.


During the class, we will craft something sweet, something savory, and a kit to perfectly pair with booze. Most of the food will last throughout the holiday season if you can keep from munching on it yourself.


Plan to arrive 30 minutes before the class to take advantage of 20% off your purchase at the River North Workshop that day.

What to Bring

If you would like to create an infused liquor and are 21+, please bring a quart of mid-grade vodka. If you want a boozy drink to enjoy during, feel free to BYOB.

What's Provided

All of the containers and ingredients will be provided for you to take home the gifts you create during the class. There will also be snacks during for you to enjoy while you are crafting your gifts.

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

In addition to teaching local food cooking and gardening for Dabble, Lilly teaches children and families for Slow Food Denver and Denver Urban Gardens.

Prior to that she was a personal chef in San Luis Obispo, CA in 2004-2006 and then again in the Denver metro area from 2006-2010. At which point, she switched gears to create the online subscription service Lilly's Table featuring her recipes and seasonal meal plans. After her first child was born, she moved to Tucson, AZ where she was the coordinator for the first two years of Tucson Food Day. While in Arizona, she taught cooking classes for daycare providers through the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Returning to Colorado, she helped start the Neighbor to Market vegetable consignment program at the Edgewater Market & Music. Her family's small urban farm, including chickens, a hive and gardens, inspired their experiment to eat local for a year.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Robin M.
    Reviewed on 12/02/18

    Lilly's class was amazing! She had prepared many things for us to make and take for holiday gift giving! I'm super excited to make more of what we did during the class for holiday giving and entertaining in the future. She brought samples of some of the things we were making that wouldn't be ready to test (like the lentil soup and simple syrup). Overall great class and fun afternoon!

    Lilly's class was amazing! She had prepared many things for us to make and take for holiday gift giving! I'm super excited to make more of what we did during the class for holiday giving and entertaining in the future. She brought samples of some of the things we were making that wouldn't be ready to test (like the lentil soup and simple syrup). Overall great class and fun afternoon!

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