Simmer and Sear

Career Certification
1451 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 1451 Taylor Street, San Francisco Directions
+14153358831
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Report | 4 years ago
being half Japanese and having lived in Tokyo, their sushi class was ok but I wouldn't recommend it
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Not worth it... There were no recipes, vegie sushi only. Too much time on introductions and slicing vegetables.
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Rip off
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Gift for my wife. She said it was so bad, that it actually is a great, funny story and the benchmark now for bad cooking classes.
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Intimate class size, personalized instruction, and a knowledgable teacher. Super fun!
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There wasn't a lot of cooking time and the female chef seemed really annoyed with the male chef
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They should provide wine or else ask the guests to provide it. Would have made a room full of strangers a bit more relaxed.
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From Our Editors

During Simmer and Sear’s themed cooking classes—which won fifth place in SFGate’s 2010 Best of the Bay—chef Anna Hadley unravels the secrets and steps to creating quality cuisine. By combining choice ingredients and time-tested methods, she demonstrates that proper technique and flavor balance can transform any ordinary dish into a culinary delight or beautiful fruit hat. Working out of professional kitchens a variety of locations, including her own home in Nob Hill, as well as nearby loft spaces, converted firehouses, and suburban mansions, classes can include everything from creating swordfish kebabs from Morocco, India, and France, to culinary competitions where students design their own meals from surprise ingredients.

Chef Anna’s work at Simmer and Sear fulfills her decades-long search for the perfect career. After working for 10 years in the highly competitive world of fashion design, she merged her creative whims with her passion for cooking, eventually opening her own business where she helps others unleash their own culinary talents. Her fun, food-focused classes have even earned attention from the New York Times for their popularity among bachelorette parties, as well as other group events such as birthday parties and loosely interpreted square dances.

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