About this experience
It’s no surprise that classic Philadelphia favorites are warm and comforting. After all, their birthplace is known as the City of Sisterly (formerly Brotherly) Love. In this workshop with Chef Ari Miller, you’ll bring that love and warmth to life in your own kitchen as he walks you through making some of the city’s favorites, including soft pretzels and the iconic cheesesteak — but with real, high-quality ingredients. With Ari’s step-by-step guidance and expert tips, you might never stand in line to eat a cheesesteak again.
What to expect
You and Chef Ari Miller 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 Ari Miller 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.
Meet Chef Ari Miller
Ari Miller is the executive chef and co-owner of Musi in Philadelphia, which he opened after several successful pop-ups, including the Frizwit, a cheesesteak made from real food with its own cult following and named Best in Philly in 2016. Less than a year after opening, Musi was named one of the 16 Best New Restaurants in America by Eater, and Ari was named Best Chef by Philadelphia Magazine. At Musi, Ari draws upon flavors honed after a decade spent in Israel, where he worked at a variety of both casual and higher-end spots. Musi highlights local, hyper-seasonal produce, cheeses, and meats and prides itself as a collaborative space that brings together local cheesemakers, butchers, and foragers, as well as Pennsylvania’s very small beer and linens producers.