The father and daughter team behind "Jack and Mo's Cooking Show" are offering cooking classes to benefit the Grace Church Food Pantry and help those in need in the Utica area.

On Saturday, January 28th, "Jack and Mo's Cooking Show" will be holding a cooking class for ten students to learn some quick, easy, and inexpensive recipes. These meals are the perfect way to get the family cooking together, eating healthier, and relying less on fast food. As part of the class fee, each student will be asked to bring in two non-perishable food items that will be donated to the Grace Church Food Pantry.

One of the missions of Grace Church is the St. Margaret's Food Pantry, which helps those in the downtown Utica area who need food. The pantry is connected to the Food Bank of Central New York, and in the last few years it has been able to provide more that 25,000 meals to those in need.

You can get more details and register for the cooking class here. You can also call (315) 374-0693, or send an email to:

The Jack and Mo Cooking Show started as a YouTube Channel showing how to make easy homemade meals. They grew in popularity after being featured on the Rachel Ray Cooking Show. Since the beginning of last year, it now includes a local cooking school with live demonstrations, birthday party experiences, and even meal prep delivery kits. You can see one of their recipes from YouTube in the video below:

You can also see more of their step-by-step recipes, by visiting their YouTube Channel here.



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