Cooking Classes in San Fernando

Indian Cooking Class for One or Two at Un-Curry (Up to 53% Off)

Un-Curry

Glendale

Classes teach participants of all skill levels how to cook with popular Indian spices; students create a meal from scratch

$105 $49

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Pizza-Making Class for One, Two, or Four with Small Salads and Cocktails or Beers at Brewdog Pub (Up to 62% Off)

Brewdog Pub

Mid-City West

Students shape dough into 10 in. thin-crust pies during pizza-making classes complemented with caesar salad and cocktails or craft beer

$65 $29

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$19.99 for a One-Year Online Menu-Planning Membership to Menu For The Week ($48 Value)

Menu For The Week

Online Deal

Online menu-planning service with itemized grocery lists takes guesswork out of home cooking for an entire year

$48 $19.99

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Group Cooking Class for One, Two, or Four at Saute Culinary Academy (Up to 53% Off) 51%

Saute Culinary Academy

Arcadia

During three-hour hands-on cooking classes, chefs share insights into different cuisines or fresh takes on pantry staples

$95 $49

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Cooking Class with Michelin Starred–Chef Conrad Gallagher for One or Two (Up to 48% Off)

Conrad Gallagher Foods

Manhattan Beach

Michelin starred–chef teaches home-cooks to make osso bucco, Hollandaise, lobster, salmon rillette, or canapés during 3-hour themed sessions

$95 $55

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Sushi-Making Class with Food and Drinks for One, Two, or Four at Ninja Hops (Up to 63% Off)

Ninja Hops

Harbor Gateway South

Two-hour sushi-making classes teach the fundamentals of the craft and how to make five rolls per person; pupils also enjoy frosty beer

$100 $49

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Growing up, Katie London helped her mother cook weekly meals for dining rooms full of friends and family, employing diverse recipes inherited from her Italian and Jewish grandparents. So when she decided to share her culinary skills with the world, she kept things in the family, enlisting her father, Jeff, a former CPA, to help her establish Katie's Cooking School. Staged in a classroom that mimics a home kitchen with its residential appliances and cabinets, Katie's classes for kids and adults emphasize practical skills and simple recipes that the students can recreate at home or in the kitchen section of the nearest Home Depot. The class schedule rotates on a monthly basis, adopting a new seasonal, geographic, or dietary theme each time. Past projects have included selections from around the world such as homemade pasta with meat sauce, Danish pancake balls, and moo shu chicken.

16733 Ventura Blvd
Encino,
CA
US

Founded in 1985, Epicurean gives choppers with any level of chops a hands-on—or a knives-on-and-hands-away— lesson, lead by trained instructors. During Cupcakes Couture III, students create stylish cupcakes, such as chocolate cherry cordial and strawberry with brown sugar crème fraiche icing. For clock-watchers or those trained in the fast-paced world of cup stacking competitions or speed chess, the menu of Jiffy Meals can all be prepared in less than 30 minutes. During the Sauces course, gravy un-clumps and au jus is finally translated (spoiler alert: it means "oh, you!"). Jesse Brune of Food Network's Private Chefs of Beverly Hills leads salad formations during Salad Daze and combines healthy edibles in Fit to Eat. Check out the full schedule of classes here.

8500 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood,
CA
US

Los Angeles Times–featured Spork Online regales members with the recipes for a new vegan meal each month created by sister chefs Heather and Jenny. Set within an elegant, spacious kitchen, the pair of foodsmiths concocts four dishes as they're shot in high definition for foodies to watch any time at their leisure, restraining the urge to nibble computer screens. Gripping included recipes and giggling at the witty repartee, members can craft the recipes as they're prepared in real time. Vegetable-curious members can also peruse the archives of cooking videos past, fashioning healthy vegan meals set around various themes and showcasing glamorous, spotlight-loving produce.

7494 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood,
CA
US

At Raw Done Tastefully, certified raw foods chef and instructor Raquel Smith teaches students about the benefits of eating raw. Using her certifications from the Ann Wigmore Institute in Puerto Rico and the Living Light Culinary Institute, Raquel leads classes that range from introductory demos to hands-on classes to multi-day healthy living seminars. Using raw and organic ingredients, she can teach students to craft cuisine in a variety of styles such as Asian fusion, Latin American, and Italian, with dishes such as chocolate mousse tart, curry-walnut pate, and tropical plantains.

13428 Maxella Ave
Marina Del Rey,
CA
US

During the 90-minute techniques class, you and another person will have the rare opportunity to observe a chef in its natural environment as the culinary wizard offers a demonstration on a given subject. Each class concludes with a small tasting at the end, offering a response to the puddles of mouthwater that will have gathered on the floor by that time. Upcoming mini-skills class topics include summer-baking techniques on May 23, offering a solution for cooks long crushed by the quandaries of cobblers, crumbles, and crisps; canning on June 20, to help preserve summertime treats from the advances of time and army ants; and tomatoes on July 25, with tips on sauces, chutneys, preserves, and recipes using the apple's cooler cousin. Groupon users can also apply this deal toward two spots in one of Old Town Cooking School's wine-styles classes ($50) and pay the $24 difference out of pocket.

177 S Arroyo Blvd
Pasadena,
CA
US

In their urban kitchens from San Diego to Seattle, Hipcooks trains budding culinarians to build their own gourmet dishes from scratch. With more regard for cooks' instincts about taste than exacting recipe measurements, the classes are meant to be social learning experiences capped with a shared dinner. And the meals students learn to make are designed with a practical purpose in mind: an attempt to conjure up romance could feature a dinner of mushroom turnovers, pan-seared steak with polenta, and chocolate souffl?, and surprise guests may provoke an emergency menu of honey-pear salad and pistachio-crusted fish. Like a discriminating competitive eater, other courses focus on a specific cuisine. In Una Noche en Espa?a, for example, the chefs produce a wide variety of tapas, while students in Shortcut to Nirvana set the table with spicy curry and vegetarian samosas from the Indian subcontinent.

2833 S Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US