twisted thanksgiving

Get ready to experience a unique and “twisted” Thanksgiving meal with Chef Henry Miller, the master behind the stove at Two if by Sea in Tilghman Island, Maryland. Chef Henry will prepare our favorite Thanksgiving dishes but with a Twist! Five courses of great tastes, two glasses of wine, and recipes to take home and enjoy!

What to Expect:  Fun with friends, tips from the chef, watching someone else do the cooking… What’s not to like?  Be sure to arrive early for your choice of seat!

Feedback from past cooking classes with Chef Henry:

“Enjoyable time spent with people who are interested in cooking. Food was delicious and the chef offered good twists to recipes.”

“Totally enjoyed the experience!  Great food, great company.  Would definitely do it again.”

“It was a great time. Chef Henry was knowledgeable, entertaining and personable.  The food was delicious and I’m looking forward to trying out the recipes at home!  Looking forward to another cooking class at Two if by Sea!”

Note:  Registration fee includes all of the above, plus 20% tip for service.

IN PERSON course at Two if by Sea restaurant in Tilghman | 1 session | Sunday | Nov 19 | 4 – 6 pm | $55

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Chef Henry Miller

Chef Henry Miller is owner and chef of “Two if by Sea,” a local hangout in Tilghman that has been offering its guests home-cooked meals since Henry Miller established it in 2008. After many years in catering (which he still does for special events on the island) and working in other well-known establishments, the Culinary Institute of America-trained chef found that it was time to make his dream come true and establish a place that attracts those who live, work, play or visit the island looking for a place dedicated to good food and friendship. Occupying what used to be the old general store, Two if by Sea is in many ways a throwback to the “good old days.” The island folk, both full time and part time, use this as a meeting place on the island where they can chat about happenings both local and national. Surrounded by the work of local artisans, a library of cook books, and a great collection of antique cookie jars, you are taken back to a period of time where life moved a bit more slowly and people had time to discuss the events of the day.

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