Dec. 11, 2006 – Cary, North Carolina (PRWEB) December 11, 2006 – Are you too embarrassed to take a cooking class? Are you ashamed that everyone will know that you really don’t know a bag of beans about cooking? Help has arrived in the form of “Cooking with Denay,” a cooking instructor who specializes in working with “the novice, and not so novice cook.”
Detra Denay Davis (a.k.a.) Cooking with Denay provides private and public cooking lessons to Triangle Residents. She provides individual instruction and will teach the novice cook how to bake, sauté or prepare a pot of Louisiana Gumbo. The goal is to create culinary magic and have fun doing it.
She reminds us affectionately “…an experienced cook knows countless little tricks and secrets; while the novice cook must start from scratch and discover that even the most complex dish is still prepared one step at a time.”
Truly no stranger to the culinary field, Denay has been a cook, food stylist, and caterer, pastry assistant, cooking instructor and all round food enthusiast for more than forty years. “I remember sending off for a free cookbook using the label off a Campbell soup can at the ripe old age of ten.
Denay insist that each student create their own style of cooking and believes, “cooking is not just about food, it’s about memories and having fun in the kitchen. Denay is currently teaching cooking and food history classes for the Wake County Public School System Lifelong Learning Program and at the Cedar Fork Community Center in Morrisville, North Carolina.
According to Denay, “it is not how often you cook, but how well you cook that really matters. If you just have a few deliciously sinful recipes under your belt, you will always be able to experience a divine dine.”
About Cooking with Denay:
Detra Denay Davis is a graduate of the University of Maryland and is a Certified Parent Educator with the North Carolina Parenting Education Network.
Detra D. Davis – Cooking with Denay
P O Box 4935
Cary, North Carolina 27513
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