- $100 for one admission to a cooking class with Jennifer Clair or John Scoff
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
Groups meet at Home Cooking New York.
Each event is capped at 8 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 1 purchaser in order to take place.
What You’ll Do
While donning a fresh white apron, you’ll stride into the Home Cooking New York’s kitted-out kitchen and learn how to create a variety of delicious dishes over the course of a hands-on lesson. Veteran chefs preside over each class, walking you through every prep and cooking step. At the end of class, participants gather for a sit-down meal before toting home a packet of recipes. Today’s deal is available for the following classes:
Truly 20 Minute Dinners (April 7)
John Scoff walks you through gourmet meals that you can whip together in under half an hour, including lemony chicken piccata, braised sausages with grapes, Asian-braised fish with bok choy, and pasta with zucchini, chickpeas, olives, and feta.
Mexican Restaurant Favorites (April 22)
Jennifer Clair shows you how to recreate the flavors of a beloved Mexican joint, sharing secrets on preparing fresh guacamole en molcajete, rich chicken mole, homemade corn tortillas, and Mexican chocolate torte.
Six Basic Cooking Techniques (April 24)
John Scoff eases learning pains for the kitchen novice with primers on knife skills, browning meats, making pan sauces, roasting root veggies, cooking leafy greens and making a perfect pot of rice.
Introduction to Indian Cooking (April 29)
Jennifer Clair demystify the spices, ingredients, and cooking technique of vibrant India cuisine. On the menu: mango lassis, tamarind-coconut curry, lentil dal, and homemade cheese.
Jennifer Clair (pictured) and John Scoff
Home Cooking New York Instructors
School founder Jennifer Clair knows a thing or two about how to explain cooking. Before founding Home Cooking New York, she worked as a recipe editor for the Martha Stewart Living, Wall Street Journal and Saveur magazine. Today, she helms her boutique academy, teaching chefs of all experience levels how to orchestrate delicious dishes at home.
John Scoff honed his culinary chops as an executive chef of a low country restaurant in South Carolina, but it wasn’t until he became a cooking instructor that he realized his true calling. After years of spreading his knowledge at a recreational cooking school in Charleston, John now shows students around the kitchen at Home Cooking New York.