// By Chelsea Mills //
A passion for cooking and teaching spurred the opening of Feast, a gourmet kitchen shop and cooking class space in Fenton. This trendy Fenton shop has a wide variety of unique kitchenware items, like chef-curated cookware, gourmet ingredients, wine accessories, professional-quality knives and so much more.
“I really want to let people know that they can find things here they won’t find in a big-box store,” chef Sean Gartland, owner, explains. “When someone walks in, there is usually a chef on hand to give expert advice on the products and help with any questions customers may have.”
Gartland also prides himself on finding and stocking those hard-to-find international ingredients for recipes. And many of the food products are sourced from Michigan suppliers.
“We love the Feast gift certificate. There’s no better gift than giving someone an actual experience, like a Feast cooking class.” Christine Landaal & Jennifer Ream, owners of Vibe Well
“Our vinegar and olive oil bar is stocked with organic and infused olive oils and vinegars for the perfect finishing touch to any meal,” Gartland shares. “We change our flavors seasonally, so many of our customers stock up on their favorites!”
Feast is a great place to find gifts for those who are hard to buy for, those who enjoy cooking or those who just enjoy being in the kitchen. If you are looking for a fun date night or just want to spruce up your own chef skills, you can take cooking classes too!
You can find Feast at 465 N. Fenway Drive, Fenton; at www.feastcookingschool.com; or by calling 810-373-2199.
Our Favorite Tools
Demeyere stainless steel cookware from Belgium
Staub enameled cast iron cookware from France
Global cutlery with award-winning design from Japan
Scanpan hand-cast aluminum cookware from Denmark
Finex cast iron, heirloom cookware from Portland
Spiceologist gourmet rubs with unique flavors
Zwilling Pro knives that result from nearly three centuries of experience