The cost of fast food adds up... I will show workshop attendees how to build a Suitcase Kitchen and make meals while traveling.
(PRWEB) June 07, 2017
The Stone Soup Chef, Brown Paper Tickets’ Food and Beverage specialist announced today that he is teaching a Suitcase Kitchen workshop in Chicago on Friday, June 9 at Catalyst Ranch. Musicians, performers, chefs and travellers will learn how to build a pickup-and-carry kitchen and how to cook healthy, affordable meals on the road.
“A lot of times, musicians on tour rely on fast food because it’s the only thing available and it’s cheap,” said Chef Patrick Nelson, the Stone Soup Chef. “The cost of fast food adds up and dietary restrictions make it even more difficult. I will show workshop attendees how to build a Suitcase Kitchen and make meals while traveling.”
Attendees will also learn where to shop and how to keep track of materials for their kitchens. “Cost of materials is definitely a consideration. To start my own Suitcase Kitchen, I picked up a suitcase at a second-hand store. It’s definitely possible to create a portable kitchen without spending too much on supplies,” said Chef Nelson.
Chef Nelson will also give a live cooking demonstration, helpful tips on cleanliness and maintenance, and complimentary recipe cards. Registration for the event cost $10 and tickets can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets.
About Patrick Nelson
As Brown Paper Tickets’ Food and Beverage Specialist, Chef Patrick is on a mission. He has traveled the country helping restaurateurs and chefs set up events. He partners with community centers and teaches cooking classes and how to put on cooking classes. Filmed and launched a video interview series featuring farmers, brewers, specialty food purveyors, activists and food enthusiasts everywhere. For his next big project, he’ll take his Suitcase Kitchen around the country to show travelers how to have home-cooked deliciousness on the road.
About Brown Paper Tickets
Brown Paper Tickets is an online event service company with social responsibility at its core. The company helps people in 68 countries sell tickets, connect with fans, grow capacity for causes, and strengthen communities through live events.