Cooking Class for Christmas Gift
I am looking to give a gift of a cooking class to my SO. He is a skilled home cook (def. not a beginner or uncomfortable in the kitchen). We live Western Mass and could travel an hour and 1/2 for class. I'm considering the Blue Heron cooking classes or a bread baking class at King Arthur. He doesn't usually bake but I have heard it's a great facility and he might enjoy learning the art of baguettes.
Any comments or other ideas?
Ditto on Lamson & Goodnow. Haven't taken a class there yet but I'd suggest a class with Betty Rosbottom. Betty writes a weekly syndicated column and contributes to Bon Appetit, as well as having authored several cookbooks. She's has been teaching cooking classes in the area for years now. She taught at Atkins and then at Chandler's with Matt Sunderland. We're really lucky to have her in the area sharing her incredible knowledge. Matt is fun and a wonderful chef. Either of these two teachers are great. You learn a lot, have fun and have a fabulous meal! A can't miss gift for you both.