Give a guy a fish, and he'll eat for a day; teach a guy to make perfect sushi rolls, and he'll be the culinary king of the cul de sac. Find out why your soufflé always falls or learn the basics of braising and roasting and the dark art of broasting with today's deal: for $15, you get one cooking class at The Kitchen Engine (up to a $40 value). You also get a 10% discount on any purchases you make at The Kitchen Engine on the day of your class.
Housed in the historic Flour Mill on the north bank of the Spokane River, The Kitchen Engine is a locally owned and operated specialty kitchen store that hosts cooking classes taught by local chefs and edibles enthusiasts. The schedule features a bevy of upcoming instructional opportunities, with hands-on classes allowing students to make and eat food and presentation-style classes equipping students with recipes and samples of the finished fare. Emerge from the cocoon of your sleeping bag to wrap yourself around the 90-minute sushi-making session ($40), with a sushi kit included, or take a break from penning your opera about the Marianas Trench to learn the spiced-up secrets of barbecue ribs with the 90-minute Bone-Suck’n Ribs! class ($35), taught by chef Landon Dalessi of G.W. Hunters. Members of the clean-plate club can skip straight to dessert with a 90-minute Apple Tarte Tatin class ($25), where fresh local Greenbluff apples will be smothered into cinnamon-y and sugary submission inside a flaky pie crust.
Soon-to-be culinary masters will be presented with complete recipes, as well as information about the ingredients and products used. The Kitchen Engine’s art-of-the-state kitchen contains all the latest thingamabobs, doodads, and whatsthatthingyougots involved in sophisticated cuisine preparation, including two large-screen TVs to give students a chef’s eye view of what’s cookin’. Call to reserve a class and let your inner foodsmith fly free with The Kitchen Engine.
621 W Mallon Ave. #416
Spokane, Washington 99201Get Directions