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Today’s side deal combines your dream of having an expert chef cook you succulent three-course meals at home with your dream of being an expert chef. For $165, you get a private in-home couples cooking class from Kick Back and Kook (a $425 value). Chef Angela McKeller will travel to your home kitchen, work kitchen, or kitchen kitchen anywhere within a 25-mile radius of 30328 ($75 surcharge for travel outside of radius). Classes can be scheduled for any time from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and typically last three hours.
Chef Angela’s couples cooking class will help you bond with your sweetie and could be the start of a new hobby that will bring you closer together. You’ll get hands-on, one-on-one instruction and learn professional techniques for preparing your meal. Angela will bring along all the groceries and leave the kitchen spotless while you and your partner gaze into each other’s eyes over a self-made dessert. You get to keep all the leftover ingredients, so you can make the meal again and enjoy romantic seconds any time the mood strikes. Your Groupon lets you choose from the following four menus:
Holiday Feast Cherry Glazed Ham Cherry Walnut Mixed Greens Salad with Sweet and Tangy Vinaigrette Savory Squash Melange Red Velvet Cupcakes
Greek Paradise Spanokopita Feta and Arugula Mixed Greens Salad with Mint Vinaigrette Mediterranean Chicken en Croute Baklava
Trip to Paris Baked Brie en Croute Coq au Vin Pommes au Four
Italian on the Veranda Sun-dried Tomato Basil Bruschetta Lemon Chicken Piccata over Wilted Spinach and Angel Hair Quick and Easy Tiramisu
This Groupon is a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, birthdays, Administrative Assistant’s Day, and National Talk Like a Pirate Day.
Kudzu users give Kick Back and Kook a delicious five stars: > * She made the evening fun, the food was great and we all felt like we had learned a lot. Having Angela demonstrate cooking techniques and letting the guests join in with the cooking really made our party enjoyable and unique. – agjamieson > * Great food and fun! …She has such extensive knowledge of so many different, exotic dishes that she’s sure to be a hit at your next gathering! – HappyInvstr
There are no stupid questions in your cooking class, but there may be a few where the answers are fairly obvious. If you find your question on this list, it might be best to let the matter rest until after class.
- What are these vetch-tubbles I keep hearing about?
- Is it true that Julia Child was a spy in World War II and that her hands could morph into lock picks and whisks?
- What's the difference between baking soda and baking powder, and how many spoonfuls should I give my baby?
- Is 350 degrees for 60 minutes the same as 700 degrees for 30 minutes? My diorama needs to be finished by 8th period.
- Can you prove there's not a mouse in your hat?
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