What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Come enjoy a night of fun with Girls Night Out, Date Nights, Private Parties, Bridal Parties, Corporate Team Building events, Knife Skills, Group Classes, Kids Classes & SO MUCH MORE! Non-alcoholic drinks available and complimentary coffee feel free to bring your favorite bottle of wine or beer.
What can a student expect in one of your classes?
Students can learn a variety of cooking skills in a fun atmosphere with other foodies who like to cook.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
The love of food and teaching others!
What do you love most about your job?
We love the variety of Cooking Classes that we offer to all of our fellow foodies.
Our hands-on cooking classes are diverse and make cooking seem effortless!
We love the smiles that leave our facility at the end of each class!
Our reviews are great and we plan to keep it that way.
Sur La Table is everything cooking. Taking most people’s love for a well-cooked meal to the absolute limit, then provide superior quality cooking ware, dining sets, tea sets, even going so far as to offer a range of cooking classes. They started out as a small, unassuming store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Their love of exceptional quality culinary tools caused both professional chefs and food enthusiasts to gravitate towards them, leading to a success that birthed a second, then a third store. They remain true to their humble origins though, featuring the same charmingly disheveled layout that makes it feel as if you’re stepping into a treasure chest.
When your sweet tooth takes control, Houston's Alain and Marie Lenotre Bakery is one of the best bakeries in Northside - Northline.
Alain and Marie Lenotre Bakery will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items.
For the tastes of Alain and Marie Lenotre Bakery from the comfort of your next party, the bakery also offers catering services.
Easily accessible parking options are located near this dining establishment.
So if you're craving some cookies or pastries, head on over to Alain and Marie Lenotre Bakery and indulge in some bakery classics.
Mary O'Connor sprouted from a huge family tree, one so big that the town of Port O'Connor, Texas was named after her family. She married into a clan of equal size, the Bramans, and looked after her children and grandchildren, cultivating their talents. She recognized in her grandson Joe a natural aptitude for the culinary arts, and she set him on his path to become a chef, sommelier, vintner, and person who eats sometimes.
Today, Joe owns and runs Braman Winery, honoring his grandmother with every ounce of wine he bottles. He creates complex flavor profiles in his wines, whether they're straight cabernet sauvignons, meritage blends that include sweet malbec grapes, or drier whites such as his pinot grigio. The winery also offers an assortment of meats, crackers, and cheese available for purchase along with unique items from the gift boutique.
At xoco-latte, two local bakers create mouthwatering chocolate treats, pies, cupcakes, and rustic loaves of bread, all handmade and free of gluten. In the bakery, chefs whip up crusty baguettes, rich bonbons and truffles, and sweet cookies with gluten-free ingredients in a facility designed to prevent cross-contamination. The result is a bounty of sweet and savory treats ideal for anyone, whatever their dietary needs. Curious clients can expand their culinary skills with xoco-latte's classes, from lessons in making your own bonbons, to classes on how to interpret nuanced tastes.
Executive chef Michael Cortez and executive sous-chef Jordy Miranda lend their private cooking services to clients looking to add gourmet pizzazz to private parties, special occasions, and everyday meals. In addition to cooking up a gastronomic storm, the chefs also elucidate the finer points of preparing haute cuisine during gourmet group cooking classes. Under the stone archways of the The Cellar Door winery, students learn to craft small salads from seasonal vegetables and roasted nuts, cook up entrees such as garlic-herb-roasted lamb and citrus-poached lobster, and pull together desserts such as lemon tiramisu with professional panache.