It’s no secret that when people look around my website, read my blog posts or follow me on social media, that I have a bit of an obsession with food. Not in a waif-like “I eat to live” kinda way. (Pffft! These are people I just don’t relate to.) It’s more like a “I liiiiiiiiiiiive to eat” kinda way. In fact, friends know when you eat with me, my personal policy is “no (insert delicious food item here) left behind.” This goes for everything from truffle fries, to Oreos, to pork rillette, to nachos, and just so we’re clear, I’ll enforce this policy with brute force if necessary.
Obviously, when clients in the food industry contact me for design work, I pretty much squeal like a piglet and celebrate with a homemade chocolate silk pie. Because there’s always. A reason. For pie.
Enter Chef Nathan McClure of Portland’s Culinary Confidence. Nathan gives private, in-home cooking lessons to anyone who’s looking to learn a thing or two in their own kitchen. From basic knife skills, to healthy, home-cooked family meals, he’ll tailor a cooking lesson just for you so you’ll feel confident with your skills in no time.