Those who don’t learn proper cooking techniques are doomed to a life of licking pages from fancy food magazines. Cause a stir with this Groupon.
Choose Between Three Options
- $39 for a cooking class for two (a $85 value)
- $79 for a cooking class for four (a $160 value)
- $10 for $20 worth of spice blends and cooking equipment<p>
During cooking classes, students learn the art of preparing appetizers, making barbecue sauces and rubs, or crafting Italian pasta sauces.
The store offers an array of spice blends such as orange citrus seasons or Jamaican jerk seasoning ($4.95–$12.95), cast-iron cookware ($25–$110), and bath and body scents ($6.95–$20).
Le Chef Amour’s Haute Cuisine
Jernard Wells learned to cook by watching his father, who prepared dinner for his six children every night. Inspired by his father and encouraged by his mother, Jernard started his own catering business while in high school and had immediate success. He made boxed lunches that were a hit with local construction workers; by the age of 22 he had opened two restaurants. Wells has since built on that success quite a bit—he’s put together presentations at large shows alongside Barack Obama and Paula Deen, authored two books, and made appearances on Food Network and Lifetime shows.
Today, Wells develops recipes for brands such as Whole Foods and sells specialty spices such as sweet tea chicken seasoning with black tea leaves and sage, and southern barbecue seasoning with smoked sea salt and paprika. He also extends his love of cooking to others though classes that focus on a range of topics—you can learn how to prepare quick appetizers, make Italian pasta sauces, or gracefully lick a plate clean.