Cooking with Chef Kevin Crowell

Chef Kevin Crowell is the host of Zoom cooking classes through the West Tisbury library. — Brooke Crocker

Hungry for a new recipe? Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 5:30 pm, the West Tisbury library presents “Cooking Local with Kevin Crowell,” a weekly Zoom cooking series for teens and adults with Chef Kevin Crowell. In a press release from the library, they thank Slough Farm for the use of their kitchen space for the virtual classes.

All ingredients will be supplied by the library and available for curbside pick up the week of each class. Sign up by emailing Class is limited to 10 signups. One sign up per household, but each meal will feed four people. There will be a separate signup for each class date, so specify what date or dates you would like to attend. This event is free and open to the public. The recipe to prepare on Feb. 10 will be Beef Bolognese with fettuccine and Butternut Squash Raviolis with brown butter. sage, and balsamic.

Crowell is the chef and owner of Detente restaurant in Edgartown, as well as the Culinary Arts Instructor and Food Service Director for Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. According to the press release, he has spent many years honing his craft to be able to pass on the culinary knowledge he has acquired. His hope, the release says, is that no matter your age or skill level you will come away from these lessons with a newly found passion and curiosity in the pleasure of cooking for yourself, family, and friends.

This program was made possible with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. For more information about the event, call 508-693-3366 or email