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Durham Magazine: Hands-on Cooking Classes
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The Herald-Sun: Located in the historic Joseph Roberts house on East Trinity Avenue, Coleman's venture offers an ambience unattainable in most professional-grade kitchens.
For cooking classes, Coleman says her goal is to "make people feel comfortable in the kitchen" and to "learn to cook using local ingredients."
Read more: IndyWeek.com
It’s a new venture by Katie Coleman, a chef and culinary instructor at The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham with years of international training. She opened Durham Spirits Company to offer cooking and mixology classes, and I had the pleasure of attending the opening of the business.
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Coleman said that she was inspired the create Durham Spirits by the idea of small businesses supporting local farmers and producers.
News and Observer
She decided to turn a historical house at the corner of Trinity Avenue and Elizabeth Street into a school for home cooks. She says she wanted to teach people how to cook in a kitchen similar to their own, and focus on using local, seasonal ingredients.
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No matter your level of cooking expertise, come join a class this weekend, and walk away with a couple new reasons to throw on an apron and get cookin'.
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