Breakfast of Champions
Cook up the breakfast of your dreams with Toronto’s star chef Anthony Rose
- Great for Teams or Clients
Do you go to bed dreaming of what you’re going to eat for breakfast? If so, it’s time to take the most important meal of the day up a notch. Learn to make the very best breakfast spread from Toronto star chef Anthony Rose. Enjoy Chef Rose’s expert tips as he guides you through perfectly soft scrambled eggs (no hard, crusty lumps here!), breakfast sausage from scratch, sweet-and-salty cornbread with pimento cheese, the hash browns of your dreams, and all the other fixes and finishes you need to start your day off on the right foot (or belly) and say goodbye to on-the-go breakfast granola bars forever.
You and Chef Anthony Rose will meet in your kitchen (over video chat) to cook, taste, share stories, and acquire valuable skills that will last well beyond your time together.Private
This Delicious Experience is not a pre-recorded cooking video, big Zoom gathering, or the kind of online course where your eyes glaze over; it is a one-of-a-kind private experience where you will work together with Chef Anthony Rose to create something amazing in your kitchen.Customizable
After booking, you will communicate with the chef to adapt the experience and menu to your tastes and interests, then receive a customized ingredients list.Virtual
Prior to your online cooking class we will provide you with a Zoom link and any assistance you may need to connect to the experience from your laptop, tablet, or phone.
Connect up to 2 screens to share the experience with friends or family. Contact us for discounted rates on additional screens.
Before he became a star in Toronto’s explosive restaurant scene, Chef Anthony Rose honed his skills in some of the top kitchens in San Francisco and New York. In San Francisco, he worked with Michelin-starred Chef Bradley Ogden and developed his lasting appreciation for truly local dining. This philosophy was combined with the simple elegant principles of the French method during his tenure at The Mercer with Jean-Georges Vongerichten in New York and then with Jonathan Waxman at Washington Park. Returning home, Chef Rose began a prominent stint as head chef at The Drake before opening up his first restaurant, the iconic Rose & Sons on Dupont. The Wilder Rose Empire now consists of six restaurants; Rose & Sons, Big Crow, Fat Pasha, Bar Begonia, Madame Boeuf & Flea, and Schmaltz Appetizing (x2.) He also has a cookbook coming out in October, The Last Schmaltz: A Very Serious Cookbook.