Creating a meal from scratch is both challenging and delicious, much like playing "Stairway to Heaven" on a clarinet made out of a candy cane. Master meal melding with today's Groupon: for $25, you get an adult cooking class at GetCooking 101 (up to a $55 value).
GetCooking 101's expert instructors inspire students with recreational cooking courses designed to hone their ingredient-combining capabilities. During each hands-on session, students learn fundamental techniques of crafting dishes such as chicken milanese with escarole salad and pickled red onions or cheese-and-lobster ravioli with parmesan crisps and profiteroles. While crafting authentic and global cuisines in the three-hour adult hands-on class, students 21 and older can bring their own bottles of wine, providing delicious culinary pairings as well as substitute rolling pins.
On Saturday evenings, students can socialize and meet fellow food fanatics in the 3.5-hour singles-night sessions, and couples can bond over epicurean collaborations in date-night classes. Girls’-night-out classes on the third Saturday of each month allow friends to get together to enjoy each others' company while crafting delicacies and learning how to reinforce doors and windows against unrelenting armies of processed foods. Students can register for classes by clicking their desired course on the schedule and inputting their Groupon ID numbers in the upper right corner at checkout.
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The sounds of spoon against bowl and knife against chopping board fill the classroom kitchen at Get Cooking 101 as expert instructors demonstrate proper techniques for turning ingredients into savory meals. Kids from aged 6 to 18 craft a two- to three-course meal that includes dishes such as chicken pot pie, cheese-and-bacon quiche, and wonton wraps. Older students master the fundamental techniques of global cuisines, as appropriately aged chefs accompany class with their own bottles of wine that provide delicious culinary pairings as well as substitute rolling pins. Romance fills the air during Saturday singles or date-night classes, where students collaborate to create chicken milanese with escarole salad and pickled red onions or cheese-and-lobster ravioli with parmesan crisps. Girls'- or guys'-night-out classes allow friends to get together to enjoy each others' company, crafting delicacies and learning how to reinforce doors and windows against unrelenting armies of processed foods.