Chef Jenny Lee will teach cooking classes at the Milwaukee Public Market and various recreation departments in the fall. She can be hired for team-building classes. Chef Lee can provide vegan/vegetarian options for anyone who takes her classes. She is happy to provide beef or chicken, if you don't eat pork. She can offer halal options as well.
Dumpling and Kimchi classes:
Milwaukee Public Market: https://milwaukeepublicmarket.org/class/cooking-classes
Chef Lee will teach a kimchi making class in Franklin on Oct. 24th at 6:30 pm.
Franklin recreation department link (Muskego residents can register at the resident price)
Registration is open for Franklin and Muskego.
Franklin registration link : https://franklinwi.myrec.com/
Muskego: Click HERE to register.
Chef Lee will teach a kimchi making class at Nicolet High School on Oct. 25th at 6:30 pm
Glendale (Fox Point, River Hills and Bayside residents can register through Nicolet Recreation. Shorewood, Whitefish Bay, Mequon and Brown Deer residents can register at the cheaper resident rate through your city's recreation department.)
Registration link for Nicolet Recreation: https://web2.myvscloud.com/wbwsc/winicoletwt.wsc/splash.html
Brown Deer Recreation: Click here.
Mequon Recreation Department: Click here.
Shorewood Recreation: Click here.
Whitefish Bay Recreation: Click here.
KNIFE SKILLS CHARCUTERIE CLASSES with Moleta Artisanal Sharpening
New Berlin: Registration link: https://www.newberlin.org/162/Recreation
Waukesha: Click HERE to register.
West Allis-West Milwaukee: Click HERE to register.
Please check the Fall 2023 Guides in these cities. You will need to create an account to register.
Private cooking classes
Chef Lee is available for private cooking classes! She brings the ingredients to you. She can teach students how to make a typical Korean weeknight meal. We could make bibimbap, or Korean rice bowl. We could make kimchi stew, soft tofu stew, spicy beef stew, soybean paste stew or other classic Korean stews. A private cooking class is more intimate. she has more time to talk about Korean culture!
Please contact Chef Lee at email@example.com or click on the Contact page.
Check out this feature on Perilla Kitchen (now called Kiuda) in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Check out this TMJ4 News segment to see Chef Lee on camera.