Come join Cara Chigaloza-Tobin, chef-owner of Honey Road Restaurant in Burlington, for an evening celebrating the small plate!
This hands-on class will be divided into groups of 3-4 and each group will be responsible for creating 2-3 Eastern Mediterranean mezze dishes that the entire group will enjoy at the end of class. Learn some secrets of what to do with all your CSA veggies!
Honey Road Restaurant is an award-winning restaurant on Church St in Burlington that specializes in Mediterranean food and features a menu that encourages diners to share plates.
About the instructor:
Cara’s culinary journey began when she was in high school, ultimately
driving her to move west and get her culinary degree in Monterey, CA.
After graduating as valedictorian of her class, Cara held a number of
professional jobs along the coast, working at Cetrella in Half Moon Bay
and The Plumpjack Café in San Francisco, before relocating to Boston to
serve as the chef de cuisine at the James Beard Award-winning restaurant
Oleana. In 2016, she moved to Vermont with the idea of opening her own
restaurant, a dream that came to fruition in the summer of 2017. Along
with her business partner Allison Gibson, Cara currently runs Honey Road
Restaurant in downtown Burlington, utilizing local products whenever
possible to create delicious Eastern Mediterranean mezes. Cara was a semi-finalist in the 2018 James Beard Foundation's 'Best New Restaurant' and 'Best Chef'. We are honored to have her come teach here at RCK!