Was not a cooking class but a demonstration class especially for very young children
Cooking class was very enjoyable! We went for date night and it did not disappoint.
My 8 year old granddaughter LOVED her experience. The chef is GREAT with the kids- very encouraging and affirming. Clear direction and supportive comments!
My 8 year old daughter enjoyed these classes very much. The food she made was delicious!
I tried to contact them to book a class and no one ever responded to multiple and different types of communication.
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I think the food we made was great. However, the chef had friends in the class as well, so she spent a lot of time talking to them instead of the rest of us. I would have liked more interaction and more instruction. Besides having the ingredients prepared and proportioned for us, I may as well have been reading a recipe at home.
I have contacted this business twice regarding making a reservation and have not received a phone call or email back. I am extremely disappointed.
My daughter had a lot of fun and she keeps doing what she learned every weekend 😊
It was really a great experience in a friendly environment. She explained as she went and took care of all questions. Even threw in some pointers regarding cooking afterwards. The only disappointment is not being able to get the recipe. No handouts there and when I went to the website a few days later, it was not posted.
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The sounds of spoon against bowl and knife against chopping board fill the classroom kitchen at Get Cooking 101 as expert instructors demonstrate proper techniques for turning ingredients into savory meals. Kids from aged 6 to 18 craft a two- to three-course meal that includes dishes such as chicken pot pie, cheese-and-bacon quiche, and wonton wraps. Older students master the fundamental techniques of global cuisines, as appropriately aged chefs accompany class with their own bottles of wine that provide delicious culinary pairings as well as substitute rolling pins. Romance fills the air during Saturday singles or date-night classes, where students collaborate to create chicken milanese with escarole salad and pickled red onions or cheese-and-lobster ravioli with parmesan crisps. Girls'- or guys'-night-out classes allow friends to get together to enjoy each others' company, crafting delicacies and learning how to reinforce doors and windows against unrelenting armies of processed foods.
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