Give a guy a fish, and he’ll eat for a day; teach a guy to make perfect sushi rolls, and he’ll be the culinary king of the cul de sac. Find out why your soufflé always falls or learn the basics of braising and roasting with today’s Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for a cooking class for two (a $70 value)
- $65 for a cooking class for four (a $140 value)
Delish! cooking classes school amateur gastronomers on a variety of local and international cuisines. In the state-of-the-art kitchen, Delish! chefs demonstrate their trade with the latest techniques and freshest ingredients. Potluckers searching for go-to dishes learn new recipes while developing their wine and beer palates. After each lesson, which last two hours, participants chow down on a tasting of all the dishes prepared, walking away with formerly screaming stomachs sated and formerly pleading hands clutching hard copies of recipes. Courses include irresistible vegetable side dishes, Thai cuisine, and autumn soups and chowders.
Classes host up to 18 students and are held by reservation only, so call ahead to ensure your brain gets filled with useful information and your mouth gets filled with delicious eats. Cooking classes are an excellent way to bond with a loved one, and they make a creative date option that’s infinitely preferable to going on a hunt for the fabled autumn mansquid in the frigid waters of the Atlantic.
Open for ages 16 and older unless specifically noted. Please arrive 10 minutes early.
Delish! Cooking School and Pastry Shop
Delish! Cooking School, whose classes were voted as some of the Best of WNY by Buffalo Spree, is known for its quality instruction and taste. Within a comfortable urban space, customers can pick up sweet selections such as fresh fudge, scones, bar cookies, and hand-dipped chocolate. Fresh-brewed espresso drinks accompanied by baked goods or housemade ice-cream sandwiches tempt tongues, while a range of cooking tools, sauces, and spices line shelves for at-home chefs to use in their own kitchens.
Experienced chefs lead cooking classes geared toward the home cook looking to hone skills without memorizing transcripts of the Food Network’s full broadcast. Students sip wine during classes such as The Exciting Foods of Thailand, Casual Italian Supper Party, or The New Vegetarian Cuisine.