Teacher Spotlight: Charity Everett

Our growing class list would be quite difficult to pull off without the awesome instructors we've been so honored to meet.  We'd like to give you the same opportunity to get to know our Chattery teachers a bit better. 

So, here are four questions to help get to know Charity Everett of Revel Pastry Company, who is leading a pie making class on September 9. Tickets here.

How did you get started in your profession?

I have loved cooking for as long as I can remember. Somewhere between high school and college, that love of cooking developed into a passion for baking and the knowledge that using my skills and creativity as a baker to bring joy to the people around me is what I am meant to do with my life. I have spent the last 8 years honing my skills working in the food industry in a variety of capacities. I started Revel Pastry Company in the spring of 2015 with the goal of providing Chattanooga with the best possible hand-crafted and seasonally inspired pastries.

Why do you love Chattanooga?

One of my favorite things about Chattanooga is it's spirit of innovation and growth. Being surrounded by a community that is open to progressive ideas in business and culture gives me hope and energy as I endeavor to build a new business.

What's one topic you'd like to learn through The Chattery?

Food styling / food photography

What's something someone would be surprised to learn about you?

Before deciding to pursue a career in food, I wanted to be a professional musician.