Cocktails & Chickpea Burgers with Jessica & Neima
20 in stock
Jessica Comegys and Neima Longstratt pair up to bring you this vegan, African Spiced Chickpea Burger and Tropical Chutney served with a Cucumber and Tomato Salad paired with a specialty cocktail. The first 20 entries will receive an ingredient kit with their order. Ingredient kits will be available for pickup at Glow starting Monday, October 11.
African Spiced Chickpea Burger and Tropical Chutney served with a Cucumber and Tomato Salad
HOW IT WORKS:
- One registration is required for each device you will use to view the class.
- This price includes the cost of ingredients for the first 20 registrations
- Each meal kit includes four servings
- You will receive the Zoom login, ingredient list, and recipe card 72 hours before the class
- During the class you will be able to chat with the Chef about any questions you have while cooking.
- The meal will be ready for you to enjoy at the end of class so get your crew together for a class and get GLOWING!
Class length is approximately 60 minutes
ABOUT JESSICA COMEGYS, OWNER GLOW ALCHEMY & CASPIANA CATERING
Jessica Comegys is the owner of Glow Alchemy Kitchen & Caspiana Catering, mother of 1, pastry chef turned health coach, and recovering ruffle potato chip addict. Her mission is to help women (and men) who want to clean up their diets and live a life of wellness by arming you with the tools you need to live your best life. She is a certified holistic health coach by way of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and culinary professional.
GLOW ALCHEMY RETAIL STORE
955 Pierremont, Suite 200
Mon, meal prep pick up only 4:30pm-5:30pm
Tues – Fri, 11am – 3pm
Saturday, private events only
ABOUT NEIMA LONGSTRATT, RNL’S COOKERY CORNER
Niematulai Longstratt is a transplant from Sierra Leone West Africa. A successful entrepreneur with over 20 years of professional business experience, she has combined her talents of design and culinary skills with her cultural background to create RNL Authentics LLC, “the place where food and fashion meet.”
“Growing up in Sierra Leone, we’re not fortunate to have 24-hour electricity,” Longstratt said. “We didn’t have the leisure of enjoying 24-hour power, so our parents would cook every single day. We’d eat fresh meals every day growing up not because we want to but because we didn’t have a place to store it.” Chef Niematulai Longstratt introduces West African cuisine at her new food trailer and dining destination, RNL’s Cookery Corner. Fatmata Bah, Longstratt’s mother, ensured the family ate healthy home-cooked meals. She passed on the traditions of West Africa cooking to her daughter who eagerly wanted to learn.
“My favorite thing to do when growing up was to spend time with my mother in the kitchen,” Longstratt said. “Some kids didn’t want to be in the kitchen, but I always enjoyed my time in the kitchen.”
Find Niema at the local farmers markers selling her famous pepper sauce (it’s hot, beware!), peanut butter sauce for meats, and other delicious sauces ready to cook with at home.