Angie Teaching Jamaican Cuisine

Angie Teaching Jamaican Cuisine

4.5 (6)
4 employees
6 years in business

About this pro

I will be teaching an ethnic dish (Jamaican)that isn't very common this part of the United States, but well liked and enjoyed when consumed. 

I have been self employed since June 2013 and have many culinary accolades and awards issued by the Fort Worth Weekly Food Critics  The Star Telegram, 360 magazine etc. I won the best Caribbean Latin flavor for 2 years, Hottest Restaurant in the Spring of 2016 just to name a few. The Star Telegram described me as "The Caribbean Queen" and the "Chew on me"show invited me to be one of their guest.

I am an excellent Cook coupled with over 15yrs experience in training with YUM Brand , a Certified Hospitality Trainer(CHT), Certified Hospitality Supervisor American Hotel and Restaurant and a Bachelor in Hotel Management and Food & Beverage. With my experiences, and skills will ensure the classes are fun, detailed and very practical.

It brings pleasure when a student excel beyond his or her expectation. The outcome of the meals are superb, mind blowing , plates are emptied - total satisfaction and are talked about for a long time.

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Credentials

Fort Worth, TX 76110
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6 Reviews

4.5

  • Keisha Rose-Harvey

    I like the fact that Miss Angie is knowledgeable and passionate about serving up great Jamaican cuisine.

  • Steven Morgan

    She knows her stuff

  • Judith campbell

    She has done an excellent job and she have lots of patient

  • Sherry-Ann Agbabiaka

    Very knowledgeable about the cuisine and preparation; very patient and caring person


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Usually we share information to maintain a certain level of comfort. Find out how much the student knows about the culture, food and people. This information is very important. If the student has no knowledge of the above I will educate them on the culture, food origin and the natives, especially where they originally came from, language, music and drama/tradition. This will create some excitement prior to the commencement of cooking the dish/dishes or probably deciding the choice of dish/es


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I owned a Jamaican restaurant for 4yrs with a 4.7 goggle reviews Yelp 4.6

And Trip Advisor 4.8. I was a Certified Training Instructor with Yum Brand  both internationally and domestic and a District Manager managing 10 - 11 restaurants. I have a Bachelor in Hotel Management majoring in Food & beverage, accreditation from the National Hotel and Restaurant association CHT -Certified Hospitality Trainer, CHS-Certified Hospitality Supervisor. 

I have had several Interns from the Fort Worth Culinary School and High school.


Lessons offered

Desserts Classes Cooking Classes