By Tiffany Esshaki June 17, 2015
BIRMINGHAM — If the only one shouting advertisement acclaim for your cooking is your smoke detector, don’t worry — the Townsend Hotel has you covered.
For the first time, the hotel’s famed Rugby Grille will open its kitchen doors to visitors for a special cooking instruction series. Participants will get the chance to learn tips of the cuisine trade from Rugby’s executive chef, Drew Sayes, who’s earned countless awards in the culinary industry. “Drew is always kind of big on giving back and promoting his knowledge to other people in regards to cooking,” said Townsend Hotel’s food and beverage director, Jared Chorney. “Some people are intimidated by cooking certain items, so (Sayes) offered to open up the kitchen for people to come in and learn some basic skills they can translate in their own home kitchen.” Chorney said the cooking class will be different in that students [...]