F Stephen Forman hosts a free Facebook live cooking show every Thursday night at 7pm and is currently doing physical cooking lessons.
Buffalo, New – Who says nothing good comes out of the COVID-19 quarantine unit?
A Western New York chef has taken advantage of the time to close its weekly free live Facebook rallies. He decided to switch to side business because they were so popular.
Earlier this year, Stephen Forman was fired as executive director of North Delaware. He used to create food for thousands of people at the KeyBank Center, but after everything closed he suddenly had a lot of time on his hands.
Forman wanted to share his love for cooking with others, especially those who found themselves stuck in the house doing nothing.
Every Thursday night at 7 o’clock, he started cooking on his Facebook page. He himself worked in the kitchen, and the owner took the camera as he explained how to properly cut vegetables and add more flavors.
His videos have garnered hundreds and sometimes thousands of views, so he wondered why he would not see them if he turned them into a side business.
Forman is currently doing physical cooking lessons on Artisan cooking on Amherst Avenue in Buffalo.
Hey you Buy a ticket online to save your space. On the evening of the event, you will receive a cooking lesson and eat the food you make.
The event is far from social and follows COVID rules and regulations – the event is limited, masks must be worn and attendees will be in their own workplaces.
“I think people just want to leave because they live together at home. There are limitations to it. Opening artist locks is like a restaurant,” Forman said. We need to practice COVID measures, but people can go out, enjoy the great food they create, be with other people and connect with COVID at a safe distance.
The Next up is a physical event Tuesday, October 20 is coming.
And some more good news – Forman was called to work with Delaware North, but still plans to catch him. Free online cooking demo On Facebook.