Cooking Classes in Ajax

Two-Hour Cake-Decorating or Cupcake-Making Class at Sugartiers (Up to 75% Off)

Sugartiers

Markham

Decorate and take home a ready-made cake or beautifying six take-home cupcakes during intimate class sessions

C$199 C$49

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$34 for a 90-Minute Chocolate-Making Workshop at Chocolate Tales ($82 Value)

Chocolate Tales

Multiple Locations

Master chocolatiers teach truffle-making techniques that transform Belgian chocolate into a variety of confections for students to take home

C$82 C$34

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$40 for a Two-Hour Sushi-Making Class at Wabora Fusion Japanese Restaurant ($100 Value)

Wabora Fusion Japanese Restaurant

Thompson Hotel

Sushi chefs teach students to make two types of maki rolls, which they can then savour

C$100 C$40

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Two-Hour Cake-Making Class for One or Two at Ruelo Patisserie (Up to 74% Off)

Ruelo Patisserie

Toronto

During a two-hour class, professional cake makers teach students how to expertly craft and decorate their own 6" rose cake to take home

C$169 C$49

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$40 for a Healthy Vegan Cooking Class at Vibrant Lifestyle ($85 Value)

Vibrant Lifestyle

Liberty Village - Liberty Market Building

Nutritionist shows folks how to prepare healthy vegan meals, such as smoothies and pies, while preserving flavor and nutrients

C$85 C$40

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Cake-Decorating or Topper-Making Workshops at Ice A Cake (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Ice A Cake

Centennial Scarborough

Learn how to properly cover a cake in fondant or construct a cake topper shaped like a high-heel shoe that looks professional and delicious

C$99 C$40

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The Chef instructor at Liaison College shares the art of cooking and stuffs patron's recipe rolodexes during culinary lessons that focus on soups, sushi, sauces, and tapas. The homemade pasta and sauce class, designed for 16–18 students, encourages amateur hands to fashion a spread of pesto flavoured fettucine, black olive papardelle, and potato gnocchi into fun and interesting shapes which they can later taste in class or spoon-feed at home to snoring loved ones. During the sushi lesson, spicy salmon and the state of California fit neatly into sushi rolls, and the knife skills class teaches sophisticated paring choreography to aspiring culinary swordsmen. To populate dinner party dessert trays, the Chef also enlarges the pupils in hungry eyes with a pastry tutelage that yields white chocolate cranberry biscotti, butter pecan tarts, and classic apple turnovers.

701 Rossland Rd E
Whitby,
ON
CA

In every aspect of its business, Vibrant Lifestyle adheres to owner Natalie Petyashina's philosophy of positivity, healthy food choices, and a deep and profound love of life. The company promotes well-being in its clientele through services such as FirstLine therapy and nutritional counselling, and also boasts a store full of healthy supplements. Additionally, Natalie's cooking and lifestyle classes reinforce her ideas with lessons on raw-food solutions, super-foods, and juicing. The store also ships out its products with an online shop.

171 East Liberty Street
Toronto,
ON
CA

The Wine Butler's experts guide customers through yeasting and bottling within an award-winning climate-controlled facility. They've been crafting wine for over 20 years, and their business corks thousands of bottles each year using freshly chopped dartboards and three steps: choose, make, and bottle. This simple process transforms grape juice into premium wines and creates international varieties. Additionally, the staff develops four limited-edition varieties each year. They also reach out through the One Love program, which donates a percentage of proceeds to local charities and uses old bottles to house homeless toy boats.

100 Bridgeland Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA

We’re Toronto’s fun food education studio – join us for hands on icing sugar filled cupcake workshops – cupcake decorating classes are our specialty!

75 Portland Street
Toronto,
ON
CA

Nella Cucina grants the fabled power of food preparation to neophyte cooks through a variety of classes. Each month brings new classes and new cuisine styles, ensuring that you’ll find at least one tasty tutorial in which to immerse yourself. The month of May, for example, kicks off with a Malaysian-cuisine class ($95) in which instructors from Arvinda’s Artfully Created Indian Spice Blends will teach the spice-tinged ins and outs of the Indian-Thai hybrid cuisine through such dishes as fragrant lemongrass-coconut soup, Malaysian chicken curry, and vanilla-coconut-chai ice cream. Break open a piñata of possibility with May 11’s class in Mexican cuisine ($125), taught by chef Jose Hadad of Frida Restaurant & Bar, or scale summits of pasta and prosciutto at May 19’s class in authentic Italian cooking ($125), courtesy of chef Gabriele Paganelli of Romagna Mia. The snowy winds of summer bring classes in Latin-American cuisine ($125) on June 16, classic soup and stew stocks ($95) on June 19, and authentic Chinese cooking ($95) on July 7. Peruse Nella Cucina’s list, with classes detailed into the autumn months, to find the cooking course that best speaks to the ladle of your heart. (The letters next to the prices are a key to the types of classes: I for individual, G for group/team, D for demonstration.)

876 Bathurst St
Toronto,
ON
CA

Claudia Gaviria-Abt's education in cooking goes hand in hand with the seasons. Growing up between Colombia and Ecuador, she ate fruits, vegetables, and nuts harvested fresh from the countries' mountainsides and shorelines. Her appreciation for each season's bounty deepened as she learned to cook under her grandmother, a woman who lived the Hippocratic ideal of using food as medicine. Claudia remembers her grandmother's refrigerator and pantry as pharmacies, stocked with homemade medicines such as cold remedies made from potato skins.

Today, Claudia continues harnessing the healing power of raw-vegan foods through Cruda Cafe, preparing a menu that spans smoothies, wraps, and entrees such as a flax-crust pizza and a burger made of wild mushrooms and nuts. Dishes even come packaged in biodegradable containers from GreenShift. She also teaches people how to make wheat- and gluten-free raw-vegan dishes—defined as food heated to a maximum of 44 degrees Celsius to keep natural enzymes intact—in her Raw Un-Cooking classes, which emphasize local, organic, and seasonal ingredients. This gusto for the raw-vegan lifestyle has gotten Claudia plenty of local press, catching the attention of media such as blogTO and Raw Candy.

To meet the needs of local herbivores, Claudia's services extend to food delivery, raw catering for events such as birthdays and shuttle takeoffs, and coaching for people interested in opening a raw-vegan business. She also posts book recommendations and tips for juice cleanses.

92 Front St E
Toronto,
ON
CA