C5 HUB COOKING WITH CHEFS

AVAILABLE COOKING COURSES

About

Cooking With Chef Series

C5 Cooking with Chefs is a unique opportunity: learn how to cook diverse international cuisines – and contribute to a great cause.

  • Experience authentic global flavors, spices and cooking methods - hear the stories behind the food

  • Support the development of small businesses expanding Edmonton’s diverse food scene

  • Help feed marginalized Edmontonians in the North East: all proceeds from the classes go to the C5 North East Hub community kitchen

Pepy Nasution

Pepy Nasution grew up in Indonesia in three different cities, an experience that enriched her knowledge of diverse Indonesian foods. As a newcomer to Canada, Pepy realized that not many authentic Indonesia recipes were shared in English, so she started to blog – and is now the writer and photographer behind indonesiaeats.com. Pepy Nasution blog was originally a way for her to satisfy her cravings for Indonesian food; now it’s her playground allowing her to experiment, exploring regional Indonesian foods tied to the country’s history of traders and colonialism

Dupe Adedeji is a self taught chef and food personality best known by her social media handle “Aunty Dupe’s Buka”. Originally born in Nigeria, and a lover of Nigerian street food (buka), Dupe enjoys sharing her culture through food from her childhood. As a passionate cook, visual artist and "Hostess with the Mostest". Dupe Adedeji gives you the opportunity to share in the unique flavor, texture and aroma of Nigerian cuisine, with a focus on locally sourced products and ingredients.

Dupe Adedeji

Cooking Course Options

WEDNESDAY COURSES

Small Group Of 8 People.

3 Hour Cooking Classes with Beautiful Delicious 

3 Course Meals.

$80/Per Person

WEEKEND  COURSES

Larger Group of  12 People.

3 Hour Cooking Classes with 1 or 2 Amazing Dishes.

$40/Per Person

CORPORATE COURSES

Corporate Group of 12 People.

Request a Time and Date for You and Your Team.

C5  Hub Will Make It Happen.

$80/Per Person

We acknowledge that the land on which we gather in Treaty Six Territory is the traditional gathering place for many Indigenous people. We honour and respect the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit who call this territory home.

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