A Note From Chef Joe
Over the last sixteen years, we have been blessed with the opportunity to cook and entertain clients from around the world. We have not only created many wonderful memories, but have made friendships that will last a lifetime.
Some of our fondest memories include: basic cooking classes, women’s getaways, couples date nights, cooks clubs, class reunions, team building, surprise birthday parties, children’s classes, and all of the foodies that enjoyed a good meal.
We are officially announcing the last class for Chef Joe Randall’s Cooking School will be December 23, 2016. It is time for us to move on to the next chapter of our lives.
We truly appreciate all of our loyal and dedicated friends for their patronage and support over the past sixteen years. It has been a joyful, wonderful and unforgettable chapter to say the least!
To all of my wonderful friends that currently hold gift certificates, please redeem them no later than December 23, 2016.
Event At The African American Chefs Hall of Fame
Chef Joe Randall to call it quits at Savannah cooking school at year’s end
From the Savannah Morning News: Chef Joe Randall’s 53-year career in culinary arts has taken him from being a 90-cents-an hour kitchen apprentice to world-renowned chef and protector of the heritage of Southern cuisine.
In Savannah since January 1999, he has taught two generations of “food enthusiast cooks” during his 16 years at his cooking school at 5409 Waters Ave.
That career has earned him the title of “Dean of Southern Cuisine” from Cuisine Noir magazine in 2014 among other accolades.
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