Orange Events

From Garden State Kitchen: Have questions about branding, trademarks, intellectual property, contracts, and other legal issues that could impact your business? Join us for our legal and contracting workshop where you will learn from a leader in the field, Danielle M DeFilippis from the law firm Norris McLaughlin. Danielle is a lawyer at the firm who focuses her practice on trademark and copyright infringement, false advertising, contracts, and other key areas for food-based businesses. More information

From Yes, Chef: Yes, Chef is a pop up supper club BUT our events are called “dinner parties” as we create a more intimate ambiance with a smaller amount of guests who attend for the evening. We set our tables communal style to invoke networking and community amongst our new friends! Every month our events are themed differently; so we create meals that are seasonal, showcasing fellow entrepreneurs (small business owners) in their talents or places of business to promote community and we always have LIVE entertainment for all of our enjoyment! Our goal is to really create a one of a kind experience that will stay with you always and have you wanting to experience our totally new event the very next month with us again! The month of March, as we all know, is a salute to the Irish and we at Yes, Chef thought what a better way to honor them then to recreate some of their traditionally Irish meals. We will also get to enjoy a LIVE lyrical performance of traditional Irish tunes by @Melody _M_Cruz AND a small bonus is our guests get to actually chat/dine with the Chef who creates the entire experience for them. […]

From Garden State Kitchen: Learn how to use customer service to connect with the people who love your food – and keep them coming back for life! Customer relationships are as important as your food product, and those who feel welcomed and appreciated feel like a part of the family. Sweeta Boo’s Cakery and Catering shows you how to create and maintain a healthy rapport. More information

From Garden State Kitchen: Have you always wanted to learn jar your own jams and preserves? Now is your chance. Canning and preserving guru Marisa McClellen of Food in Jars will teach you how make and can jam using the boiling water bath method for safe, shelf-stable preservation. In addition, she will show you how to put those jars of jam to work in granola, salad dressing, and as a topping for homemade pizza. You’ll take home a copy of her new cookbook The Food in Jars Kitchen: 140 Ways to Cook, Bake, Plate, and Share Your Homemade Pantry (which hits the shelves April 2 and retails for $24) along with a jar of lemony strawberry jam made in class. More information

From Farm & Fork Society / Garden State Kitchen: Have you always wanted to learn jar your own jams and preserves? Now is your chance. Join cookbook author and food blogger Marisa McClellan for a hands on class about canning, preserving, and all the delicious things you can do with a pantry full of jams, jellies, pickles, and chutneys. Marisa has been writing and teaching about home canning for more than a decade, and with her newest book, The Food in Jars Kitchen, she is hoping to inspire people to think beyond toast and sandwiches when it comes to homemade preserves. Marissa will teach you how make and can jam using the boiling water bath method for safe, shelf-stable preservation. In addition, she will show you how to put those jars of jam to work in granola, salad dressing, and as a topping for homemade pizza. This is a class that will open your eyes to the possibilities that exist in your pantry. All things that are tackled in her new book The Food in Jars Kitchen that hits selves on April 2! Students will make a batch of lemony strawberry jam and then learn of to turn the jam into […]

From Sweeta Boo’s Cakery & Catering: Sweeta Boo’s Cakery & Catering leads this creative and interactive class, Sugar Pushers. Kids 7 and up will learn and practice basic cupcake piping techniques and then decorate four of their own. Younger children will work freeform, with a little adult help. Everyone takes their delicious creations home in carry-out containers to keep the designs safe – if there are any left! More information