Cooking Classes in North Bellevue

Up to 71% Off Cooking Class at Seattle's Little Italy Al Boccalino

Al Boccalino

Seattle

$120 $36

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Chef with 40+ years of experience demonstrates traditional Italian cooking techniques in hands-on classes limited to 10 people

Up to 30% Off Sushi Class with Sake Tasting

Sound Excursions

Sound Excursions

$79 $55

The head sushi chef at Chiso in Fremont teaches guests to roll five different sushi rolls as they sip samples of three different sakes

51% Off Cooking Class from ChefShop

ChefShop

West Queen Anne

$75 $37

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Chefs teach students how to create flavorful tapas and Italian pastas and colorful salads and entrees from farmers' market produce

Up to 56% Off Grilling and Smoking Class

Seattle BBQ and Grilling School

Tukwila Urban Center

$170 $79

Students work with Weber gas grills and three different smokers to prepare buffalo wings, pork tenderloin, rib racks, brisket, and more

Up to Half Off Classical French Cooking Class

Edge of Seattle Cooking

Cottage Lake

$150 $79

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Prepare a three-course French meal with traditional dishes such as moules marinieres and poulet oscar during BYOB class

Up to 55% Off at Sushi Spott

Sushi Spott

Mill Creek

$50 $25

Chefs procure special sushi rolls at Late Night Sushi, where girls gather for a night out; classes teach sushi techniques and include sake

Up to 69% Off Cheese-Making Classes

River Valley Cheese

Snoqualmie Valley

$145 $59

Licensed cheese artisans lead 90-minute, hands-on mozzarella cheese-making classes; participants leave with one pound of their own cheese

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Growing up on a Minnesota farm gave Pamela Ziemann an up-close view of the United States’ food-production industry. She watched as chemicals, hormones, and genetically modified organisms became nearly ubiquitous in the farming process, as they helped to guarantee bounteous yields, although she was anything but impressed. She decided to pave her own path, circling back to organic, raw, sustainable nutrition.

Today at Elemental Cuisine, Pamela uses her experience as a public speaker to educate people about the food system and help them return to a more natural way of eating. During her online classes, she sheds light on how today's commercial food supply can be detrimental to our health, then discusses how plant-based diets can improve mental clarity and physical well-being. She pairs this discussion with cooking instruction, demonstrating how to make wraps, sauces, and dressings, and maximize food’s nutritional value without filling the saltshaker with crushed multivitamins.

10011 NE 1st St
Bellevue,
WA
US

As a teenager, Katya Difani wrestled with chronic health issues that left her physical and spiritual wellness out of whack. From her misfortune blossomed something beautiful: an appreciation for the healing effects of nature's bounty. After obtaining a degree in herbal science, Katya opened Herban Wellness, a shop stocked with holistic and natural remedies for common health complaints. From bulk herbs born at local farms, each vetted in person by Katya herself, to house-blended teas that soothe allergies, Herban Wellness’s selection holds its own against prescription meds.

The store also hosts practical classes that teach customers how to implement holistic cures in their own homes. During one session, Katya compiles the ingredients for all-natural lotions, salves, and lip balms that students can make in their own blenders after acing the instructional course.

103 Lake St S
Kirkland,
WA
US

A native of France, Christophe Rougny has slung spirits to thirsty cocktail quaffers in high-end locales from Cannes and Monte Carlo to New York City, plus backstage at events such as Ozzfest. Take a triple shot of scholarship as your mixological headmaster guides you through a 90-minute primer on everything you need to know to turn your home bar or office conference room into a potable paradise. Lessons include classic cocktail recipes and ratios, bartending techniques, and puzzling brain-teasers to frighten away slow-witted pink elephants. The lion’s share of the class is spent with the students mixing, pouring, and sampling their own drinks, helping them develop cocktail-shaker muscle memory that can also be invaluable when shaking dice and Magic 8 Balls. Classes consist of approximately 12 people, and include all the alcohol you need to invent your own signature drink.

3426 NE 55th St
Seattle,
Washington
US

In business for 22 years, Cook's World Cooking School infuses aspiring epicureans with cooking expertise in an appetizing assortment of hands-on classes. During each one-night class, a rotating cast of skilled and professionally-trained local chefs guide students through the basics of a specific type of cuisine, cooking skill, or saucepan percussion technique. Go Italian in a doughy pizza-making and throwing class, create sophisticated small plates of flavor-packed treats in the spanish tapas course, or slather on new skills in a barbecue class, in which students learn to tame the wild elemental forces of fire, smoke, and tangy sauce.

Classes run for three hours each with 15 or fewer students, ensuring ample time for participation and one-on-one guidance. All class sessions are held in Cook's World's well-equipped culinary studio, which houses a cornucopia of professional cooking equipment and a carpet woven from retired chefs’ hats.

2900 NE Blakeley St
Seattle,
WA
US

Eat Local’s chefs create locally-sourced meals from scratch, and teach cooking students how to do the same. Every item on the menu is handmade using Northwest grass-fed meats, free-range chickens, and organic or sustainably-grown local produce. The staff places food items in biodegradable packaging or reusable glass containers, and, for cooked meals, freezes them to maintain flavor and quality. Eat Local Frozen Meals can be bought in-store or packed in dry ice and shipped to individual doorsteps or rabbit holes. Those jonesing to make their own edibles can enroll in classes that guide the creation of pasta, pies, and even marshmallows.

503 Broadway
Seattle,
WA
US

Ever since the color blue was invented by political spin-doctors to subvert the esteem of red-ribbon candidates, all known skill-sets have enjoyed an increase in potential greatness. Blue Ribbon offers a valuable and fun culinary experience to the most joyfully incompetent and willing-to-learn cooks around. Headed by Virginia Duppenthaler—who trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris—and her husband Mike, Blue Ribbon offers a fleet of nighttime classes that last three hours and steep soon-to-be chefs in the flavor profiles of Thai food and the art of French cooking. Test your chops with beginners' cooking classes, savor the tapas and wine of Spain, shake hands with Indian cuisine, and more.

2501 Fairview Ave E
Seattle,
WA
US