Cooking Classes in East Meadow

Greek Cooking Class for One or Two with Dinner and Drinks at Ethos Gallery (Up to 54% Off)

Ethos Gallery

Midtown East

$115 $55

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Learn how to cook authentic Greek meals with organic ingredients and locally sourced produce

French Pastry or Culinary Class for One, Two, or Four at French'Encas (Up to 59% Off)

French'Encas

Tribeca

$200 $99

French pastry and culinary chef teaches students to make classics such as macarons, tarts, and savory quiches in a commercial kitchen

Three-Hour Beginner Cooking Class for One or Two at CookSingleNYC (Up to 55% Off)

CookSingleNYC

Long Island City

$100 $50

Prepare two full dinners and learn to manage your kitchen in a relaxed environment and cook for yourself in small-group cooking class

Turkish Cooking Class for One, Two, or Four at Turkish Cultural Center Queens (Up to 52% Off)

Turkish Cultural Center Queens

Sunnyside

$25 $12

Participants learn how to cook traditional Turkish cuisine, and they get to sample their creations in cooking classes

Cook and Eat a Delicious North Indian Feast

North Indian Cooking Class

Brooklyn

$60 $60

Veteran cook teaches you how to craft North Indian cuisine, such as chicken tandoori or palak paneer, and then you dig in during dinner

Organic Brunch Class and Three-Course Brunch for One, Two, or Four at Human@ease (Up to 53% Off)

Human@ease

Greenpoint

$40 $19

Learn healthy, organic brunch recipes and general nutrition tips while you enjoy a decadent meal with coffee and tea

Cooking Class for One or Two at Conrad Gallagher Food (Up to 48% Off)

Conrad Gallagher Food

Manhattan

$95 $55

Three-hour cooking classes taught by a Michelin-recognized chef focus on Italian dishes, gourmet cooking, or brunch, among other subjects

Two-Hour Gelato-Making Class for One or Two with Take-Home Gelato at Mia Chef Gelateria (Up to 59% Off)

Mia Chef Gelateria

Kips Bay

$120 $59

Frozen-dessert experts teach centuries-old methods of gelato alchemy; students create four custom flavors and take home pints of each

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At Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center, founder Nissa Pierson leads hands-on courses that not only instruct budding culinarians how to cook, but help to ignite ingredient love affairs. Insisting on fresh spices, Pierson helps instill students with an appreciation of cultural cuisines, herbal heritage, and food-based folklore. Individual adult courses focus on roasting succulent lambs, spooning soul-soothing soups and stews, and hand-finagling fresh pastas and sauces. Cultivate cactus-fruit-lime tequila coolers, jamaican-jerk pulled-pork tacos, fresh-made salsa, and more in Nissa's Taqueria. Kids' cooking courses let wee ones dabble in culinary creativity, master rare, real-world applications of math, and vehemently deny the origin story of pizza. Age groups 3–5, 6–12, and 13–17 can don adorably oversized chef hats and learn to craft foodstuffs from donuts to whole roasted chickens. Ger-Nis' state-of-the-art kitchen features exposed brick, rich woods, and 14-foot ceilings tall enough for dough-spinners to perfect their finesse and cake architects to attempt to refute Newton and fail deliciously.

540 President St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Whether you're a passionate brewing hobbyist or a beginner who simply loves beer, you'll find the staff at Homebrews & Handgrenades remarkably approachable. Nobody here is trying to intimidate others with their vast knowledge; they simply want to teach customers about the brewing process and help them stock up on the right supplies.

Behind the quaint storefront are shelves stacked with ingredients and brewing equipment. Thankfully, the staff can guide you through the containers of hops, barley, yeast, and beer plants, recommending which ingredients work best for specific styles. Brewing classes dive deeper into the world of beer and give students the chance to craft five gallons of the good stuff.

2378 Grand Ave.
Baldwin,
NY
US

Fully licensed by the New York State Department of Education, Allstar Bartenders Training educates students in the art and science of mixed-drink pouring and presentation. Apprentice mixologists get acquainted with the functions of different bar tools while learning which cocktails should be shaken, stirred, or whisked using a handful of uncooked angel-hair pasta. Allstar's seasoned tenders aid students in memorizing the recipes, garnishes, and matching glassware of the most popular concoctions. The school's classrooms resemble mock cocktail lounges with ample shot glasses and jukeboxes, giving students a realistic setting to practice drink vending. Allstar treats its graduates to complimentary lifetime job-placement assistance and refresher courses.

2233 Broadhollow Rd
Farmingdale,
NY
US

What’s Cooking!'s cooking is packaged in sturdy containers and arrives totally ready to be popped in the microwave, providing you with several days of healthy, creative meals. What’s Cooking!'s chefs eschew MSG, artificial sweeteners, and high-fructose corn syrup to ensure fresh veggies, whole grains, and other beneficial ingredients arrive at your mouth's gate unencumbered by chemical baggage. Like the slowest county-fair Ferris wheel ever, the menu changes weekly. Dishes such as grilled tofu with jasmine-turmeric rice and a side of sweet mango dipping sauce ($10) provide taste buds with flavors from across the globe, while a grilled marinated flat-iron steak ($11) endows them with a meateor of classic taste. Top a double order of romaine or spinach salad with your choice of a pair of extras such as gorgonzola cheese, grape tomatoes, or slivered almonds ($5). Contact What’s Cooking! to set up your free delivery anywhere in Ann Arbor.

30 E Main St
Oyster Bay,
NY
US

Little Chefs was featured earlier this year on Syosset Patch.com. Check out these young chefs in action:

33 Jackson Ave
Syosset,
NY
US

Peter Goldfarb sits watching his mother, who holds a textbook with one hand while churning cookie dough with the other. As she pulls double duty as a mom and graduate student, she unwittingly alters the course of her son's life. The young Peter will soon grow up, move to Los Angeles, and pursue a career in television production—but his friends won't care about his industry stories; they'll want to know where his shipments of ridiculously tasty cookies are coming from.

This true tale is what inspired Peter to eventually enroll in culinary school and coax his mom into cofounding Chip'n Dipped. Today, the duo and a crew of bakers make all-natural cookies, chocolates, and confections—including gluten- and dairy-free options—in full view of customers, as well as for impressed reporters from large publications such as the New York Times, Newsday, and the Candyland Gazette. Using kosher ingredients and minimally processed chocolates, the mom-and-son team creates treats loaded with bioflavonoids and free of hydrogenated oils and preservatives.

342 New York Ave.
Huntington,
NY
US