What You'll Get
Cooking is quickly becoming the world’s most treacherous sport, surpassing even chess boxing, street luging, and cheerleading in melon balling injuries. The best defense is a good offense, so take aim at your opponents with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get one cooking class at The Kitchen Shoppe in Carlisle (up to a $59 value). Customers must register within 60 days of Groupon feature for classes scheduled through August 27, 2011.
Serving central Pennsylvania for more than 37 years, The Kitchen Shoppe educates aspiring and experienced culinarians in a broad range of topics, many of which are hands-on. The spacious facility hosts hundreds of cooking classes every year, each taught by a professional chef or cookbook author. Upcoming demonstration classes include a collaboration between Victory Brewing Company and Chef Ryan Clay, where the chef will prepare beer-infused menu such as swordfish with sauteed shrimp in a Victory Prima Pils sauce ($59), and a From the Spring Kitchen Garden class ($59), where gardener and author David Hirsch will demonstrate Spring-themed recipes such as Provencal White Beans w/Aromatic Herbs & Fennel from his newest cookbook, Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden Book. Hands-on courses invite home cooks to explore new cooking techniques, from preserving fruit ($39) and making potato and cheese-filled pierogies from scratch ($49), to learning baking basics and creating themed meals such as the I’ve Got the Blues dinner, which sates cerulean-seeking stomachs with blue corn crab cakes, cilantro blue cheese slaw, and braised blue suede shoes ($59). With class sizes limited to 32–50 people, all participants have the opportunity to ask questions of the knowledgeable staff, request guidance from friendly instructors, or just share their custom-airbrushed R2-D2 apron with fellow space opera epicureans.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate pass by 6/5/11, pass expires 8/27/11. Reservation required; subject to availability. Transferrable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.