Cooking Matters Spices Up A New Generation Of Chefs

It’s no secret that cooking from home can be a hassle. It’s time consuming, messy and intimidating for beginner cooks. Still, as the pandemic rages on, more and more people are looking to get back into the kitchen to feed themselves. At Richmond Pulse, Ronvel Sharper decided to try his hand at home cooking with the class Cooking Matters: “This class had me grating cheese, cutting vegetables and using ingredients I had no idea even existed. In the first class, I made mac and cheese with broccoli. It was so much fun actually being able to cook the things I enjoyed eating from restaurants, and the best part? It is absolutely free.” To read more about his experience, visit Richmond Pulse. 

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