Trained chefs can use their cooking expertise when dining to deduce how a sauce was made or how many times a pizza pie was spun around the baker’s finger. Sharpen your culinary skills with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for a parent/child Play With Your Food cooking class (a $60 value)
- $139 for a four-week, after-school cooking program beginning April 9 and ending the week of May 28, meeting twice a week from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. (a $280 value)
- $200 for one week of half-day summer-camp cooking classes between June and August (a $400 value)<p>
During Play With Your Food classes, parents join their children as they learn how to bake bread, scramble eggs, and make peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches from scratch. The Cooking School’s after-school and summer-camp programs continue developing children’s kitchen skills with fun, hands-on cooking exercises that emphasize safety and responsibility.<p>
The Cooking School at Irwin Street
In an age of gourmet food blogs, high-end ingredients, and artisan everything, cooking can seem more like an optional investment than an essential life skill. Thankfully, the instructors at The Cooking School at Irwin Street have found a way to change all that. During their classes, they pair easy-to-follow instructions with cost-saving techniques to make home-cooked meals both easy and affordable. Classes cater to a number of dietary restrictions, from creative vegan options and gluten-free baking lessons to smoked-meat sessions. Students learn through a hands-on approach, cooking as they go and feasting on their assignments at the end of class. In addition to full tummies, students leave with the skills and smarts needed to turn their home kitchens into meal time headquarters.
94% of 233 customers recommend
“The class was very well planned ... the teacher prepared and well informed.... he demonstrated the way to hold a knife, the purpose of the knives we used and got lots...”
“The class was very well planned ... the teacher prepared and well informed.... he demonstrated the way to hold a knife, the purpose of the knives we used and got lots of practice. Sure I will recommend to others. It was a good experience.”
“Great place and instructor”
“Making pasta was harder than I imagined but it was fun. ”
Old Fourth Ward
660 Irwin St. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30312