The kitchen is statistically the most dangerous room in a home because it contains the highest concentration of knives, open flames, and pots full of semi-living lobsters. Learn to navigate this danger zone with today's Groupon: for $20, you get one 90-minute cooking class of your choice with Chef Laurent in Granger (up to a $45 value). Raised in the Brittany region of France, culinary maestro Chef Laurent imparts his years of international experience on newbie cooks and seasoned gourmands alike, helping them transform simple ingredients into gastronomic opuses. Choose from an arsenal of class times and cuisine, ranging from exotic african stews and european desserts to down home comfort foods. During the Mediterranean class, you will learn to expertly prepare feta and mint dip, sweet and sour eggplant stew, poached shrimp, and an avocado appetizer before smashing your plates at the feet of the fastest onion chopper. Shun TV dinners with the simple recipes for the family class, where parents can whip up potato pancakes, chicken soup, fettuccine alfredo, and stuffed veggies for their picky kids or for their extremely picky dogs. Classes commence in a French cafe-themed room filled with bistro tables and champagne swilling, holographic Balzacs.
- His work space can cozily fit up to 25 students for the chef’s classes, but also serves as home base for Robic’s other ventures. He offers private cooking services and will travel to your home to cook for parties of up to 20 guests. – Derek Smith, Lake
- He lives in Mishawaka now, and has a business in Granger teaching cooking classes, catering private events, and making wonderful French chocolate truffles. – Robert Calvert, IN Michiana
Growing up in his mother's kitchen in Western France, Laurent Robic developed a natural enthusiasm for fresh food made tenderly from scratch. After attending culinary school, Robic minced and sautéed his way across Europe, picking up knowledge of different cuisines and broadening his foreign whisk collection. Eventually, Chef Laurent traveled to the states with his wife. Today, he's amassed over 20 years of professional experience, which he passes on to students of all ages and experience levels during an ever-rotating lineup of demonstrative and hands-on cooking classes. Whether he’s passing on the secrets of winter soups and stews, demonstrating the versatility of chicken’s many kitchen uses, or unlocking global tastes with country-themed courses, Chef Laurent honors his art with patient, friendly instruction. A noted chocolatier, he also lovingly crafts French-style truffles out of Ecuadorian chocolate certified by the Rainforest Alliance.
225 Toscana Blvd.
Granger, Indiana 46530Get Directions