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Help! Looking for Beginning Cooking Class in Baltimore. Any Advice?

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I'm looking for a cooking class in Baltimore Area. I am your stereotypical male that think's he's a great griller. But humbly, I know I have more to learn. However, I am looking to better my skills in the kitchen and not on the grill. I would say I'm more of a beginner in the kitchen. I would like to find a class that possibly couples go to, i.e. my wife can't cook at all, so she would be a true beginner. But looking for any advice. Thanks!

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  1. I have heard many good things about A Cook's Table
    717 Light St., Baltimore
    410-539-8600.............good for beginners and advanced.

    1. A Cook's Table has cooking classes. They have a class titled How to Boil Water for beginners. See below some previous comments in an earlier thread.

      Also DiPasquales has cooking class with an Italian flavor.

      Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

      1. As far as I know a Cook's Table hasn't been open in at least twoyears. I live in the neighborhood and the last time I looked at the building (it must have been 6 months ago now) it was empty.

        1. Roland Park Country School's Kaleidoscope Fall series has several culinary classes, all taught by Jerry Pellegrino, chef at Corks. The classes include "The Art of Making Chili", "Classic Food Pairings" and "How to Boil Water". The latter class sounds like what you are looking for, recommended for both "the novice and the experienced cook who is looking to sharpen their skills in the kitchen." Classes are in OCtober and are one to two sessions for approximately $100 - $125. Check out the Fall 2007 catalog for more information (http://www.rpcs.org/kaleidoscope/inde...). Hope this helps!