Cooking ability is a highly sought trait in romantic partners, alongside a sense of humor and having their laser vision totally under control. Heat things up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $85 for a pasta-making class with dinner for two (a $168 value)
- $45 for a pasta-making class with dinner for one (an $84 value)
The basic pasta-making techniques class gives students a hands-on chance to craft fresh pasta and yummy sauces from scratch. After class, pupils get to feast on their handmade food with wine, beer, and soft drinks available for purchase, and take home the leftovers for later.
Many cooks would insist that a trusted recipe is the foundation of a good meal, but at Cooking Fools, it’s the first thing to go. Their cooking classes unshackle pupils from their cookbooks and encourage creativity in the kitchen. Their chefs exercise the same artistic license over the meals they assemble for catering, takeout, and cooking parties. Adhering to three main principles—quality ingredients, good style, and common sense—the staff crafts healthy versions of typical to-go food, decreasing saturated fats but never flavor. Many of their entrees radiate global inspiration, and are arranged in a modern, artistic way that doesn’t outshine flavors. In keeping with the contemporary theme, the servers who circulate the understated dishes at catered events are young, trendy, and rarely whip out their license to prove that they’re young and trendy.
99% of 202 customers recommend
“Great quick cooking class”
“Would be nice if it was BYOB though instead of having to buy from their store. Bringing home leftovers was a nice surprise.”
“If you want to be up-close to the instruction table, enter the kitchen early. It's first come first serve for stations (if you have a large group you may be able to...”
“If you want to be up-close to the instruction table, enter the kitchen early. It's first come first serve for stations (if you have a large group you may be able to reserve a table, i'd ask). That said, most stations seemed to have a good view so if you're not in the first 1-2 rows/tables, it's probably just fine.”