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Here’s how to join chef Tiffany Derry and her best chef friends for a VIP cooking class this Saturday with Deep Eddie vodka drinks, crazy good food


Join us on Saturday, October 20th from 11am until 2pm at the Granada Theater for a very special cooking class. Chef Tiffany Derry and some of her best chef friends will demonstrate to the audience their favorite dishes. Enjoy each dish alongside delicious cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. You’ll laugh, you’ll holler, you’ll have a blast!

Reserve your tickets here.

Tiffany is also bringing up a special guest from Houston, and Marcus Davis from the World Famous Breakfast Klub will be there as well.

Everyone will enjoy three different dishes during the class along with some signature cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. Tickets are just $50 per person.

Reserve your tickets here.

Beaumont, Texas native Tiffany Derry began her culinary career at the local International House of Pancakes. Derry quickly worked her way up within the company, becoming the youngest person to hold a management position at the age of 17. Upon high school graduation, Derry went on to hone her culinary techniques at the Art Institute of Houston, followed by stints in esteemed kitchens throughout Houston and Dallas including Pesce, Grotto Cucina Napolitano and Go Fish Ocean Club.

Derry expanded her fan-base and gained international notoriety when she appeared on Season 7 of Bravo’s Top Chef where she was voted “fan favorite” and achieved a place in the competition’s final four. Derry’s quiet confidence, warm southern charm, and culinary expertise made her a natural selection for Top Chef: All-Stars, where she was again a finalist.

In 2011, Derry teamed with Patrick Halbert of the Halstin Group to open Private|Social in the heart of Uptown, Dallas to much fanfare. The restaurant garnered much praise, including a 4-star review from The Dallas Morning News. The DMN also named Derry one of the “Best Chefs in DFW.” Derry has made appearances on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry and Food Network’s Bobby’s Dinner Battle.

In 2013, Derry parted ways with Private|Social to focus on Tiffany Derry Concepts (TDC), a company established to support Derry’s business and culinary ventures, which include television shows and partnerships with the world’s most recognized brands including “Hungry Investors”, “Bar Rescue” and “Top Chef Junior.”

Her restaurant Roots Chicken Shak is one of the most popular food stalls at Legacy Hall. Her vision for the stall wasn’t just to provide good ‘ole southern down-home cooking, but to create a home for “duck fat fried EVERYTHING” and she nailed it. Even the bread crumbs on her kale Caesar salad are crisped in duck fat – WTH!? But, just take one bite of her wings and you’ll be coming “bwak” for more! 21 & up. Reserve your tickets here.

This post is sponsored content from RVC Promotions, which provided the content and will host the event.

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