Cooking Classes in East Wenatchee

Classical French Cooking Class for One or Two at Edge of Seattle Cooking (Up to Half Off)

Edge of Seattle Cooking

Cottage Lake

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

$150 $79

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Sushi and Sake Class with Meal for One or Two, or Late Night Sushi with Rolls and Drinks for Two at Sushi Spott (Up to 55% Off)

Sushi Spott

Mill Creek

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

$50 $25

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Grind and Stuff Your Own Sausage with the Founder of BB Ranch Butcher

Hands-On Sausage-Making Class

BB Ranch

Cut, grind, season, and stuff multiple cuts of pork into your own artisan sausages under the guidance of expert William von Schneidau

$100 $100

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for $20 Off Of 1 Cooking Class ($99 Value) at Seductive Specialty Foods

Seductive Specialty Foods

Multiple Locations

For $5, receive a coupon for $20 off of 1 cooking class ($99 value)

$5 $5

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Canning Class for One or Two at Seattle Can Can (52% Off)

Seattle Can Can

Seattle

Three class options teach fundamentals of canning and preserving food at home

$25 $12

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2.5-Hour Cooking Class for One from ChefShop (51% Off)

ChefShop

West Queen Anne

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

$75 $37

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Pasta-Making Class with Wine and Food Tasting for One, Two, or Four at Eat Local (Up to 65% Off)

Eat Local

Multiple Locations

Two-hour class teaches groups how to make a pound of pasta by hand mixing and rolling local ingredients; chef-made food and wine included

$120 $45

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Pasta-Making Class for One or Two at Seattle's Little Italy Al Boccalino (Up to 58% Off)

Seattle's Little Italy Al Boccalino

Pioneer Square

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

$100 $45

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Select Local Merchants

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

Dish it up! stocks shelves with a smorgasbord of kitchen utensils while filling its culinary classrooms with the aromas of creative and classic meals prepared by students and featured chefs from across the country. A class calendar brimming with weekly courses sends students on step-by-step tours through the creation of gourmet burgers, chocolate truffles, and far-flung fare such as Middle Eastern street food ranging from chicken fatta to baba ghannouj. Classes last up to three hours as featured chefs explain a particular culinary tradition or meal through demonstration, hands-on preparation, or a combination of both. During the Sustainable Sushi class on November 18, chef Hajime Sato of Mashiko Restaurant splits his time at the podium expounding on sustainable fishing and demonstrating techniques for using sushi-making tools to construct, roll, and cut the freshest sushi possible.

2425 33rd Ave W
Seattle,
WA
US

Purchase, prepare, and polish off S.O.L.E. (sustainable, organic, local, and ethical) food at the local foodie soul of the city: the world-famous Pike Place Market. With today’s Groupon, $28 gets you a $45 two-hour ‘Lunch and Learn’ cooking class at Diane’s Market Kitchen, just four blocks south of the legendary market at 1101 Post Alley ($50 with tax included).

1101 Post Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

We offer the creative opportunity to design your culinary experience at your own pace. Our evening and Saturday classes , all held in select private homes in Seattle, Kirkland, and Edmonds, are geared toward quality, continuity, and the joy of people sharing fine cuisine. We present a diverse selection of classes.

4925 NE 86th St
Seattle,
WA
US

Licensed cheese artisan Julie Steil and her husband Rob once crafted cheeses as a part-time hobby, until encouragement from those who had tasted the results prompted them to turn the delectable pastime into a full-time passion. Today, the Steils manage their own herd of goats and cows who lead pampered lives on the couple's 20-acre farm, where a diet of alfalfa, blackberry thickets, and chocolate syrup yield better-tasting milk. The Steils create different cheeses in small batches, ranging from a semihard cheese bathed in raspberry port to a raw milk tomme bathed in Naughty Nellie ale from Pike Brewery. Landing River Valley Cheese on Sunset magazine's list of the Top 100 Cultural Trends Shaping the West, Julie and Rob also share their love of fromage fashioning at hands-on cheese-making classes, where attendees can learn to create their own wheels of fresh and aged cheeses, instead of relying on the questionable quality of the cheeses peddled by door-to-door sales cows.

34920 SE Fall City Snoqualmie Rd
Fall City,
WA
US

At the center of a big, round table sits a lazy susan bearing tiny, elegant white dishes. Each holds a mound of intriguing dried leaves that look as though they’ve been emptied from an alchemist’s vial. Over the course of the evening, everyone around the table will watch, smell, and taste as the power of those leaves is awakened through hot water and the deep knowledge shared by Roberta, Experience Tea’s owner. A certified tea specialist, she leads classes on a vast range of tea topics, exploring everything from health benefits to proper steeping techniques to the etiquette of Chinese tea ceremonies or British-tea hot tubs. Within a warmly lit storefront lined by painted brick walls and a veritable library of tea varieties, students can also learn how to create their own signature brew in blending workshops. Even customers who stop in for a pouch of loose-leaf are likely to end up indulging in a rich sensory experience as Roberta offers them a sample and shares tasting notes.

195 Front St.
Issaquah,
Washington
US