Like sword fighting and conspiracy theorizing, cooking is a skill that can be best improved with hands-on practice. Get your whisk wet under the supervision of a culinary black belt with today's deal: for $39, you get any $65 adult cooking class at Eurostoves, located just outside of Boston in Beverly. For classes more than $65, you can participate by paying the difference; for classes less than $65, you will be reimbursed for the difference in Truffula seeds.
Eurostoves offers more than 500 cooking classes annually, which change with the seasons. There are classes for people of all heights, from aspiring sushi chefs to aspiring Paula Deens. There are even classes geared toward expanding kitchen-specific knowhow, such as the basic knife skills class and a practicum covering the amount of fire you should touch. Each one imparts a different cuisine type or skill set, so browse the class calendar to find the class that best cracks your eggs and whips your bacon.
Classes are led by one of the institution's professional chefs, who will teach students how to impress guests with tasty recipes. Depending on the class, you'll be creating appetizers, entrees, dessert, and new brain wrinkles in a hands-on environment using state-of-the-art appliances. If your class involves food preparation, you'll gorge on the fruits and vegetables of your labor in a casual eatfest post-lesson. Beverages and music that complement your prepped meal will be served to your mouth and ears. Come away from your session with a few new recipes, increased culinary aptitude, and newfound respect for Iron Chefs and equally hardworking chefs made of copper.
The Salem News has featured Eurostoves:
- "...Eurostoves lets us unleash our creative energy in a really classy, fun and inspiring environment," said David Swaebe…"Everyone who participates leaves with a big smile on their face." – Jonathan Phelps, Salem News
- My daughter loved Cupcake Craze at Eurostoves…The kids made real, complicated recipes -- whipping fresh cream, melting chocolate, squeezing pastry tubes -- with real chefs, in a huge, restaurant-style kitchen. Perfect for little Food Network fans like mine! – Boston Central reviewer
- We also were here for an Italian Feast cooking class and it was a wonderful time. There were only four people in our class, and we made six or seven Italian dishes and it was a really fun. The recipes were spread out on four stations, and everyone worked on different recipes and then sat down and ate together. – Devon M., Yelp