Dinner Time with IRIE LEMON: Lebanese Food

Have you always wanted to take a cooking class or learn a new cuisine, all from the comfort of your own home? The time has come, friends. Introducing: Dinner Time with Irie Lemon. Brought to you by Liz of The Lemon Bowl and Vincent of Irie Kitchen.

Kicking off Wednesday, April 14th at 5:30pm ET, this new series of virtual cooking classes is designed by two foodies to encourage you to take a bigger bite. Try a new food. Learn a new technique. Enjoy cooking with friends and family near and far.

Our classes are lively, interactive, fun, and educational. Participation is encouraged as we will be answering your questions live throughout the entire class, guiding you through each recipe step-by-step. The best part? Your video won’t be on so you can take the entire class in your pajamas from your kitchen without anyone being the wiser. A glass of wine is encouraged, we will even offer suggested pairings.

Join us on Wednesday, April 14th at 5:30 pm ET as we head to the Middle East to learn the authentic Lebanese and Syrian recipes of Liz’s childhood. 

We’ll provide you with a full grocery shopping list in advance so you can have all the ingredients available to cook right along with Liz and Vince. Kids are welcomed and encouraged to join. Only one registration required per household. Register now and we look forward to cooking with you on Wednesday, April 14th!


  • Wednesday, April 14th at 5:30pm ET
  • $40 per ticket
  • You’ll be cooking a full course Lebanese dinner along with Liz and Vince
  • Virtual cooking class with live instruction and Q+A


Ingredients Required:

Ingredient list will be provided via email prior to class.


How do these live dinner events work?

Liz and Vince will be cooking live on Zoom and giving you step-by-step instructions on how to prepare the meal. You can ask questions and they’ll answer live and give tips on substitutions, kitchen hacks, and good laughs.

Do I have to buy additional tickets for other people attending the class out of my home?

Only one registration required per household so feel free to invite over a friend or get the whole family involved in the fun.

Where should I buy these ingredients?

You’ll be able to find all of the ingredients at your local grocery store. We’ll provide you with a full grocery list beforehand.

What If I messed something up? Can I ask questions?

Well, first of all, you won’t mess anything up because these are easy recipes. Plus, Liz and Vince are awesome teachers. But you can absolutely ask questions and we can help you along the way. No stress!

I’m not a chef. Will I be able to make this recipe?

YES! You do not need to be a chef to make these recipes. You just need the ingredients and some wifi.

This recipe was amazing and I want to make it again. Is there a place where I can get the recipe?

You can find these Lebanese recipes at thelemonbowl.com in addition to other incredible recipes from Liz’s childhood.


Apr 14 2021


5:30 pm - 7:00 pm




Online via Zoom
Click Here To Register


  • Liz Della Croce
    Liz Della Croce
    Founder & CEO @The Lemon Bowl

    Liz Della Croce is the creator and author of The Lemon Bowl®, a healthy food and travel blog. Since 2010, Liz has grown a loyal following of health-conscious readers from all over the world. Focusing on seasonal ingredients and whole foods, her collection of recipes is inspired by ethnic flavors from around the globe and the Lebanese dishes of her childhood. Liz has appeared live on the TODAY Show and tapes regular cooking segments on her local NBC affiliate station. Liz appeared on the cover of Woman’s World and has been featured in various national publications including Good Housekeeping Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, Shape Magazine, Food Network blog, Fitness Magazine, The Cooking Channel, TODAY Food and more.

  • Vincent McIntosh
    Vincent McIntosh
    Chef & Owner @Irie Kitchen

    Chef & Owner of Irie Kitchen, Vincent opened the doors to his organic Caribbean street food restaurant in 2017 at the young age of 20. Pursuing his dream of becoming an entrepreneur and building a foundation for his family who immigrated from Jamaica, Irie Kitchen is the only organic restaurant in West Michigan. The youngest restaurateur in the area, Vincent is determined to push the limits and change the way people experience food and culture in West Michigan. Vince is also the co-host of the Passion to Profit Podcast which he launched with Liz of The Lemon Bowl in 2019. Offering two different perspectives, each week they share business advice and practical tips for designing the life of your dreams.