Jim Davis, a native of West Virginia, has had two successful professional careers, one traveling the world building hospitals in seven countries and another as a Mortgage Broker in the Gaithersburg Area.
Jim is a graduate of the part-time Professional Program of L’Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg and has been a teaching assistant at the Bethesda location of L’Academie for more than 8 years and has assisted both local and world-renowned chefs in more than 500 classes. He has been teaching more than forty cooking classes in all disciplines each year for the last 8 years for the Montgomery County Recreation Department and also is an instructor at Bryan’s Kitchen, a Cooking Studio in the Kentlands section of Gaithersburg, MD, owned by his son, Bryan Davis.
Jim also has a strong interest in wine and has studied wines with leading wine educators. He teaches a monthly wine and food pairing class for the Montgomery County Recreation Department and teaches private wine and food pairing parties and classes in the clients home or at Bryan’s Kitchen. Jim is a member of the Society of Wine Educators.
Jim was named “Chef of the Year,” 2005-2006, in July 2005 at the Annual Summit of the American Personal Chef Association in New Orleans, LA. Jim is also the Eastern Regional Director of the APCA.
Jim and Sandra have been married for 48 years, have four married children and six grandchildren.
How To Make A Lime Garnish
Jim Davis from Harris Teeter demonstrates how to make a lime granish.
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Jim Davis: Hi! I am Jim Davis for Harris Teeter. I am going to show you now, how to make a lime garnish. We will take a couple of thin slices off of our peeled lime, like that. Every once in a while you want to select with that, don't worry about it, another thin slice. We take this thin slice and we cut it from the center to the edge of the peel, just like that and we lay it on our plate just like that. It makes a very pretty little garnish. We take that same slice of lime, cut it the same way and then we hang it over the edge of our glass and that's a lime garnish.