Learning to cook can help you understand idioms such as “out of the frying pan and into the fire” and to avoid having climbed into a frying pan in the first place. Knowledge is power with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for a three-course-meal cooking class for one (a $39 value)
- $38 for a three-course-meal cooking class for two (a $69 value)
During 90-minute cooking classes, pupils learn to prepare a three-course meal from start to finish. The meal typically consists of an appetizer, entree, and dessert, with themed menus changing every month. Chefs provide all materials and hands-on instruction. At the end of class, students take their new meals home, heat if necessary, and serve.
Cook & Go
Cook & Go’s chefs step out from their hidden kitchens and teach participants the skills necessary to prepare, cook, and serve a variety of quality three-course meals. Each meal centers on a theme such as Peruvian cuisine and light and tasty eats. Preparing each dish under the watchful eye of their instructor, participants then take the cooked meal home, heat if necessary, and serve. During each session, participants earn badges called COOKS, which denote mastery of a certain vital kitchen skill, such as chopping, dicing, or mincing. The New York location represents Cook & Go’s first foray on American soil, though it already boasts 14 successful locations throughout France.
87% of 99 customers recommend
“I really enjoyed the laid back cooking instruction. I will recommend cook and go to all my friends :) ”
“Great concept, very cool atmosphere, great for a date also, will definitely go back”
“A fun time and the food turned out very well (though the cooking time was a bit shy, I had to bake it for another 10-15 minutes over the suggested 25 to be sure the...”
“A fun time and the food turned out very well (though the cooking time was a bit shy, I had to bake it for another 10-15 minutes over the suggested 25 to be sure the chicken was thoroughly done). Good class, good side hints and suggestions, knowledgeable teacher, will go again.”