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  • Cook With James
    James Stolich wears two hats: that of a chef, and that of a host. He welcomes inquisitive cooks into his home for classes-turned-dinner parties built around Italian and Spanish dishes, including pastas, roasted chicken, and even quail. Every class also begins with an appetizer and ends with a Spanish dessert called la quesada.
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    1373 Masonic Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Food Body M.E.
    Fueled by a regimen consisting of healthy eating, cleanses, yoga, and meditation, Food Body M.E.’s staff strive to educate others on positive, holistic living. Chefs demonstrate expert methods, pass on nutrition factoids, and create easily replicated five-course meals during small-group cooking classes. To help bodies detoxify without the use of chemicals or additives, nutrition gurus point the way toward all-natural juice cleanses. Meanwhile, instructors in community yoga classes encourage students of all skill levels to hone their focus and improve their chances at surviving the Twister portion of the state bar exam.
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    264 Dolores St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sour Flour dodo Chicago
    When pursuing a culinary degree at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris isn't going to fit into your schedule, there's Sour Flour, a school dedicated solely to the preparation of one of San Francisco's most iconic foods: sourdough. Held in the Mission at La Victoria Bakery, its workshops draw aspiring home bakers fascinated by the serendipitous product of the Bay Area's ambient yeasts. Of course, Sour Flour breads also pop up in baskets at dozens of S.F. restaurants, and can be bought at most markets. But there's nothing more fulfilling than learning to bake your own delicious flatbread, then taking a starter home as a nucleus for loaves of chewy sourdough and excellent pizzas, indefinitely.
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    2937 24th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • First Class Cooking
    Chef Emily Della opens up her home and, more importantly, her impressive kitchen for hands-on cooking classes. Capped at 12 students to ensure plenty of one-on-one instruction, each class features simple, from-scratch recipes and local and seasonal ingredients. Some classes even include a cocktail recipe, and students are invited to bring their own wine.
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    1 Bluxome Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Parties That Cook
    Parties that Cook lives up to its name by bringing festive, hands-on cooking classes to you. As a completely mobile operation, the company sets up shop—and cleans up shop—inside homes or rented venues, offering several different classes that lead students through the creation of everything from hors d’oeuvres to a four-course gourmet meal.
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    601 Minnesota St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Hands On Gourmet
    Hands On Gourmet Stephen Gibbs, the head chef and owner of Hands On Gourmet, admits that most of his students don’t walk out of his cooking classes as master chefs. That’s not the point, though. Gibbs aims for his classes to be interactive, memorable, delicious, and, above all—fun. “This is not work,” he says. During classes, which last about three hours and accommodate anywhere from 10 to 100 people, Gibbs and his chefs help groups create custom dishes ranging from Cuban plates to Italian pasta to cupcakes. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, groups assemble the meal under the direction of staff chefs, then sit down to leisurely enjoy their creations. Hands On Gourmet hosts classes in its own kitchen, which boasts sweeping views of the Bay, as well as at wineries, restaurants, and private residences around the San Francisco area.
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    2325 3rd St
    San Francisco, CA US

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