Cooking Class Features a Night of German and Maker’s Mark Bourbon

Chef Dennis Stukel, Renuka Christoph, founder of Nations in Our Neighborhood, Katherine Burns and Addison Gerdes, store manager of Le Creuset. Photos submitted

NASHVILLE, TN — Nations in Our Neighborhood and Le Creuset presented a German cooking class with Michelin star chef Dennis Stukel from Bavarian Bierhaus. The event took place on Sat. May 5 at Le Creuset in Brentwood Place.

 

Maker’s Mark cocktails paired with dinner

Attendees watched and learned as the chef prepared mouthwatering German classics including authentic wiener schnitzel, a cucumber salad, and spaetzle. Guests tasted each course after it was prepared. It was paired with Maker’s Mark Bourbon cocktails. The meal was topped off with Maker’s Mark bourbon truffles, a heavenly way to end a festive evening.

Ethnic Food Tour

A Passport to the Nations in Our Neighborhood is now available. It can be purchased at Le Creuset with a special offer within the store. The self guided tour  includes a complimentary chef’s plate at each of the 18 participating

l-r; Mike Baker, Rhonda Caston and Renuka Christoph

restaurants ANYTIME June 1 – Oct. 4, an authentic meal delivered to your home by Gigamunch (value $34.99) and access to prix fixe dinners. A kick-off party will take place June 1 from 6 pm – 9pm at Plaza Mariachi with food and music.

Cost is $39.99. Visit www.nationsinourneighborhood.com for more information.

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