Hot Stove Society’s Food Lovers Weekends

James Beard award-winner Tom Douglas helped turned Seattle, Washington into a food lover’s mecca. His restaurants have grown exponentially over the past three decades, while always maintaining that mysterious and magical touch that has made them beloved by visitors and locals alike. That success is due in large part to his generosity in nurturing and highlighting the talents and charms of the chefs at the helms of each new venture.

When Douglas opened Hot Stove Society, a cooking school in the heart of Seattle’s Hotel Andra, it only made sense that the school, under the watchful eye of culinary instructor Bridget Charters, would showcase the unique (and hilarious) personalities of the chefs, cooks, and cocktail masters that make his joints so darn much fun.

This past weekend, the school held its first Food Lovers Weekend, a three day event showcasing Seattle’s exceptional local fare, and teaching participants how to cook, eat, and drink like a true restaurant insider. The event was a flying success, which only whetted our appetites for future installments. Fortunately, the wait won’t be long! Upcoming Food Lovers Weekends include:

January 2017
Hot Stove Society Food Lovers Weekend
Pasta Intensive: Seattle’s Favorite Noodles from East to West

April 2017
Hot Stove Society Food Lovers Weekend
Worldly Flavors

July 2017
Hot Stove Society Food Lovers Weekend
Discovering Seattle’s Summer Bounty

Tuition for each three day weekend is $995, and believe us, what you don’t get back in mouthwatering food, you’ll more than make up for in delicious wine, beer, and cocktails. Students also get a 20% discount on rooms at the Hotel Andra, which just happens to be one of our all-time favorite boutique hotels.

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