Members of Cooking Club GVL in Greenville meet to share love of food

Skelly Steven, middle, founder of Cooking Club GVL, helps prepare a dish with members of the club during a recent gathering.

Cooking has long since fascinated us. Just look at the long list of cooking and baking shows dating back as far as 1946, and things are not slowing down.

People who were never interested in cooking are now seeking information on the many options available for all palates—home cooking, ethnic cooking, vegan cooking, farm to table to name a few. If you’ve got a favorite, you can learn to cook it.

If you do not believe us then just ask Skelly Stevens, owner of Cooking Club GVL.

As with so many businesses over the last year and a half, the pandemic inspired this former publicist and food enthusiast to start her own endeavor.

Her clients included restaurants and hospitality venues in both NYC and Charleston before moving to Greenville in 2019. In fact, two of her former clients in Greenville, while in her Public Relations job for Sprouthouse Agency in Charleston, were Husk Greenville now Husk Barbeque, and Hall’s Chophouse.

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