"All About the Pig" Winter Cooking Class for One or Two at Saga Hill Cooking & Events (Up to 55% Off)


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Le Cordon Bleu–trained chef demonstrates wintry recipes for jambalaya, glazed pork shoulder, and homemade bacon and sausage

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Expires Apr 17th, 2013. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Online reservation required. 24hr cancelation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $55 for an All About the Pig interactive cooking workshop for one (a $110 value)
  • $99 for an All About the Pig interactive cooking workshop for two (a $220 value)

All About the Pig is a three-hour hands-on workshop where students learn from a Le Cordon Bleu–trained chef how to prepare delicious pork dishes. Chefs-in-training are immediately greeted with jambalaya, whose piquant spices can warm the belly on a cold winter night. Then, the chef shows students how to prepare pork three ways, imparting easy at-home methods for stuffing your own sausage, curing bacon, and braising pork shoulder with a glaze of beurre manie. For a sweet finish, students practice flambé techniques while using winter citrus fruits to prepare a traditional crepe suzette. Register for a class here. Beer pairing options are available for an additional fee.

Saga Hill Cooking & Events

When she’s not hosting radio shows, serving meals at local shelters, or blogging for Minneapolis St. Paul magazine's Foodie File, Le Cordon Bleu–trained chef Marianne Miller helms Saga Hill Cooking & Events. She describes her style as "audacious, yet feminine," adding, "my preparations are often bold, but with a light-handed approach that brings out the natural flavors in each dish." Alongside her staff, she leads culinary classes and parties that shy from incorporating fad kitchen gadgets or diets. Instead, their goal is to teach practical, science-based cooking techniques that can help students prepare simple meals, gourmet treats, or decadent brown-bag lunches.


The space is insanely cool, with exposed brick and beams everywhere and interesting furnishings in the reception-type space.

Annie D., Yelp, 2/6/12

I would gladly take another class here in a heartbeat. It was a wonderful class. Food , teacher, space and instruction were all great.

Randall N., Yelp, 4/22/12


92% of 479 customers

  • “This was a great experience, so much fun! I would definitely take another class with Saga Hill Cooking :)”

  • “Great time, really easy and fun way I learn!”

  • “Fun atmosphere, great instructor”

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