Cooking is a skill everyone should learn, like riding a bike or catching a baby. Start becoming a Renaissance man or woman with this Groupon.
- $49 for a cooking class for two (up to a $98 value)
Students choose from an assortment of world cuisines and cooking techniques. Classes use demonstrations or hands-on activities to teach cooking techniques while of-age patrons enjoy a complimentary glass of wine. The current calendar includes courses such as "Fish Taco Fiesta," "Burger Bash," and "BBQ Ribs and Chicken." Students should park on the street (not in the store lot); additional parking is available at a nearby parking garage. Class styles vary, and not all classes are hands-on; check class descriptions for complete information.
Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
It's not hard to find an owner of Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op—odds are you can just walk in and point a finger. More than 12,000 people hold shares at the community-owned store, which has been open since 1973. The co-op's owners are unified by an interest in the central goals and standards: choosing local and natural foods high in quality, with a focus on seasonal and organic products.
To that end, the team at Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op works with more than 100 local farmers, growers, and food producers, and the fruits of these partnerships line the aisles. Depending on the season, the produce section might house might house potatoes from Full Belly Farm or kale from Terra Firma Farm in Winters, while other departments stock cage-free poultry, bulk grains, and craft beers.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Had a great time at the Co-op! The class was super fun and the staff were very friendly and helpful!”
“If you like cooking, try the hands-on cooking classes at the Co-op! They are fun, you meet some great people and the staff there is awesome!”
“Great selection of products; many are cheaper than Whole Foods. Great service.”