If mac and cheese isn’t cutting it and picking up takeout is getting too costly then you should consider staying in and cooking at home. Not too skilled with the oven or using a skillet? No worries—we’ve got you covered. Check out these cool cooking classes. Cook great dishes, meet new people, and own the kitchen!
If you’re looking for basic knife skills to preparing entire meals, check out this cooking class schedule. If you and your party would like to schedule a private class, Savory Creations offers that as well. Public class offerings are for all education levels—but the food is promised to be good at any level.
Located in the Door County area, Savory Spoon is a seasonal cooking school for the public to attend. Spanning between June through October, you’ll meet with other people who are passionate about food. On the off months, check back to their website for the Monthly Cooking Secret and the Recipe of the Month.
Adults aren’t the only ones who want to be hands on. Your kids love to lend a helping hand when they can. Mix It Up Cooking Classes offer healthier versions of foods that kids are already familiar with. Fill your kids’ brains and bellies with dishes better for growing.
Fox Valley Technical College offers public cooking classes throughout the year. For a great low price of $25 you can hop in a fun-filled class. From spooky Halloween classes in October to ethnically-themed classes, you’ll never be disappointed.
Cooking with Class is a mobile cooking class held by Instructor Staci Joers. However, if you are looking for something more permenant she offers classes in Racine, Wisconsin, regularly. For only $23 per class you’ll experience tasty themed classes you can bring home to your family.
Venture outside of your culinary norm by joining Chef David and his cooking classes. Five to six classes are scheduled throughout the season. Even the most seasoned chefs will be surprised on how much they learn from Chef David. Check out his website to see how chef David can assist you and your party.