Cooking Classes in Bellair-Meadowbrook Terrace


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  • Green Lotus Studios
    Green Lotus Studios' professorial artisans are soap makers, herbalists, and aromatherapists who teach classes in their fields of expertise. Acolytes can expect to craft soaps and lotions with wild-harvested ingredients, make their own kombucha or cheese, or whip up flu-battling herbal stews. With an average class size of 6?12, students enjoy plenty of student-teacher interaction.
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    630 Kingsley Avenue
    Orange Park, FL US
  • Sweet Pete’s
    This 22,000-square-foot confection company houses hundreds of different premium chocolates and candies, including nut-, sugar-, and gluten-free options. The staff also offers hands-on classes that teach kids and adults the secret to making delicious sweets from scratch.
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    1922 N Pearl St.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Passport at The Art Institute of Jacksonville
    Under the umbrella of The Art Institutes, The Art Institute of Jacksonville is a fully accredited branch of Miami International University of Art & Design. They offer programs and degrees in the applied arts, ranging from culinary arts and digital filmmaking, to interior design and how to convince shoppers they like wearing potato sacks. The faculty includes a diverse crew of instructors with industry experience and degrees from institutions such as The Juilliard School, the University of Southern California, Vancouver Film School, and the Fashion Institute of Technology. The Institute frequently holds art exhibitions, gallery showings, and student showcases of projects such as films and shorts.
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    8775 Baypine Rd
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Sessions with Chef Amadeus
    Winner of Food Network's Extreme Chef Mexican Showdown, Chef Amadeus excels at crafting global cuisine influenced by his travels with the U.S. Navy and the instruction gleaned in his mother's and grandmother's kitchens. Chef Amadeus and his students collaborate on a two-person menu for the lesson. Participants discuss ingredients and spices, cooking strengths and weaknesses, and kitchen fears, such as the fear of chopping dense vegetables or laying tablecloths on particularly aggressive tables. The chef shares his ingredients and cooking techniques for a professionally home-cooked meal.
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    4777 Playschool Dr
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Take Away Gourmet
    Take Away Gourmet concocts an internationally based collection of fresh, health-friendly feasts to be noshed in the comfort of your home. Heat-and-serve meals, such as generous single servings of moroccan chicken with almond couscous or barbecued tofu ($6.99), require only the warmth of your oven or microwave to be ready for sharing with the family dog. Diners seeking a quick bite may order from a selection of cook-and-serve meals, and novice chefs can practice for their silverware operation permits on raw materials such as a peppercorn-crusted pork tenderloin with soy-caramel sauce ($15). Casseroles can fill six to eight plates or one communal bonding-bowl with chicken tetrazzini with prosciutto and peas ($36). Take Away Gourmet's crafty culinarians will gladly rework dishes to accommodate vegans or the gluten-averse upon request.
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    3345 Southwest 34th Street
    Gainesville, FL US
  • Simple & Fresh
    After publishing his first cookbook, Edward Pankonin decided he wanted to take a more hands-on approach to teaching others about food. He wanted to expand on what he'd written about his Italian family, dating back to their American emigration in the late 1800s—and share their beloved recipes with even more people. And so, he and his wife Nora opened a cooking school and named it for his book: Simple & Fresh. This school doesn't just teach recipes, though. Modeled after the cooking schools of Italy, Simple & Fresh relies on fresh ingredients and sources flavors the Pankonins found throughout their travels, including that one time they raided an olive baron's pantry. During regular and specialty classes, students delve into seasonal dishes, learn Italian bread-baking or stuffed pasta-making, and prepare regional dishes from across Italy. Every session is completely hands-on and allows participants to experiment with the techniques they learn. To help students replicate these recipes at home, the school's grocery offers imported and housemade goods such as rustic pasta sauces, extra-virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and baked desserts.
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    621 Art Center Avenue.
    New Smyrna Beach, FL US

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