Cooking Classe Experiences for One, Two, or Four at Local D’Lish (Up to 51% Off)

Minneapolis

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Cooking ability is a highly sought trait in romantic partners alongside a sense of humor and having their laser vision totally under control. Heat things up with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $39 for a cooking class experience for one (up to an $80 value)
  • $78 for a cooking class experience for two (up to a $160 value)
  • $156 for a cooking class experience for four (up to a $320 value)

Though classes range in terms of theme—from Seasonal Style: Best of Summer to Quick Weeknight Meals—and instructors, including a local chef and a budding food writer, each focus on composing simple meals from fresh, local ingredients. The casual sessions are well suited for date nights, as they blend instructor demonstration with hands-on cooking and culminate in healthy meals. See the full class schedule.

Local D’Lish

Ann Yin looks back on her time in China fondly, according to an interview with Heavy Table. She and husband Yulin immersed themselves in the local culture, visiting the market each morning to grab that day’s groceries and nurture relationships with the local vendors. Eventually, just the sight of Ann would set merchants to packaging up her usual order or slicing a special cut of meat. When Ann and Yulin returned to the States, they wanted to re-create the connection to food and provide that they’d encountered in China, and Local D’Lish was born. Though laid out like a grocery store or a rabbit’s underground pantry, the shop exudes the atmosphere of a farmers' market with small quantities of fresh produce, meat, dairy, and grocery products from 200 organic farmers and vendors in Minnesota and the Midwest. Its cooking instructors even teach patrons how to assemble the ingredients at classes that change with the season.

Local D’Lish

Ann Yin looks back on her time in China fondly, according to an interview with Heavy Table. She and husband Yulin immersed themselves in the local culture, visiting the market each morning to grab that day’s groceries and nurture relationships with the local vendors. Eventually, just the sight of Ann would set merchants to packaging up her usual order or slicing a special cut of meat. When Ann and Yulin returned to the States, they wanted to re-create the connection to food and provide that they’d encountered in China, and Local D’Lish was born. Though laid out like a grocery store or a rabbit’s underground pantry, the shop exudes the atmosphere of a farmers' market with small quantities of fresh produce, meat, dairy, and grocery products from 200 organic farmers and vendors in Minnesota and the Midwest. Its cooking instructors even teach patrons how to assemble the ingredients at classes that change with the season.

Reviews

I was hesitant to think that taking a cooking class where I didn't actually cook would be helpful, but holey moley was I wrong.

Allison E., Yelp, 4/11/12
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    Minneapolis

    208 N 1st St.

    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

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In a Nutshell

Casual cooking classes use instructor demos and student participation to teach the basics of assembling meals from fresh, local ingredients

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 23rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Online reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances