$45 Culinary Class at Gaynor’s School of Cooking ($85 Value)

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  • Purchase for multiple classes
  • Hands-on approach
  • Convenient night and weekend sessions

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Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person per class, may buy multiple for other classes. Not valid with other offers. No cash back or credit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Acquiring new skills is the fastest way to earn experience levels in the offline role-playing game that is First Life. Uplevel your cooking skills and explore uncharted meals without the unknown side effects with today's Groupon. For $45, you get a class of your choice at Gaynor’s School of Cooking located near Station Square. This Groupon is good for classes normally priced at $85. You may use multiple Groupons for as many classes as you’d like.

Students who come to Gaynor’s know to expect more than an evening of culinary theater; the ingredients and utensils are foisted into the eager hands of all who enter. Choose a class from the Interntional Cooking Series and dabble in the cuisine of Thailand, Indai, Morocco, or Spain. Learn how to make pierogies both traditional and exotic in the pierogie-making class. Brush some butter on your piecrust game in a beginners' pastry class. And when the Easter Bunny climbs down the chimney this year, greet him with extra-savory ham after taking copious notes at the holiday-themed dinner class. The full schedule of classes is available online, with new classes added regularly.

Gaynor Grant began her kitchen quest nearly 30 years ago, graduating from the prestigious Peter Kump's New York Cooking School. An established chef, Gaynor has published recipes at a rate that is only rivaled by the number of puff pastry imposters escorted out of her family gatherings. Since 1994, her school has produced restaurant owners and caterers while remaining accessible to students of all skill levels and interests.

Reviews

KDKA Channel 2 has featured Gaynor Grant of Gaynor’s School of Cooking (formerly Sweetwater Cooking), the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has quoted Gaynor’s expertise, and one Yelper gives Gaynor’s School of Cooking five stars:

  • My boyfriend bought me two classes at Gaynor's School of Cooking for my birthday and we had so much fun taking them together! We took a Taste of Moroccan and Taste of Greece class. The classes are hands on: you actually cook all of the items. This, for me, is the best way to learn and I feel that I did learn a lot at Gaynor's, including new recipes and new techniques. I also really had a lot of fun, mingling with the other students and the instructor and eating delicious food. I highly recommend this school and feel that it's the perfect gift! – M B., Yelp

Customer Reviews

Great class, great instructor and left full every time!
Kim B. · January 5, 2013
I have been cooking for a few decades but in three weeks I have improved my knowledge and cooking skills immensely.
John F. · February 22, 2012
Gaynor instills the cooking basics with humor and other interesting tidbits of information. An enjoyable evening or learning with great meals and wine.
Cathy P. · January 23, 2012
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