Founded in 2012, Sweet Savoring conducts cultural cooking parties and sells assorted homemade jams and jellies. The idea for Sweet Savoring grew from a love of travel, food, tradition, and fond memories of helping out in the kitchen. Our cooking parties is to provide a platform to connect generations with cultural learning, good food, and fun. Participants learn how to cook a three-course meal, get first-hand information about different cultures and countries all while socializing and meeting like-minded people. 

 

Jamila (Free 2181)Jamila Williams, Founder and CEO

Jamila has over ten years of work experience in financial services and management  consulting. Jamila graduated with an MBA from New York University, Stern School of Business where she specialized in Strategy. The vision of Sweet Savoring was conceived during a trip to Tanzania, where Jamila was amazed to find how much can be learned about a culture through meal preparation and stories from elders. This experience brought back of sweet memories of helping her mother and grandmother in the kitchen as a child. Jamila is excited about sharing this experience with many others. Her favorite cuisines are Moroccan, traditional American Southern and Japanese.

 

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Taiese Pfeifer, Co-founder and COO

Taiese has over ten years of experience in the financial services and retail industries. In 2008, she earned her MBA at New York University, Stern School of Business, where she specialized in International Finance and Entrepreneurship. With her family hailing from Guyana, Taiese has always loved to travel. So far, she has been to over 20 countries. One of the most fascinating things that she has witnessed around the world is the universal practice of people sharing meals and stories. This highlights the connection between preparing/partaking in a meal and learning about new cultures, and is what Sweet Savoring is all about. Her favorite cuisines are French, Cuban, Indian and Thai.

 

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