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TommyJayDee Sep 18, 2011 10:17 AM

Every cooking class I have found is too pricey, too short, or both!

Looking for a cooking class/demonstration for two people (preferably sushi, preferably in OC . . . but we're flexible on both). When I lived on the East Coast, there were a few well-known restaurants that offered cooking classes/demonstrations after hours.

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    writerinla Sep 18, 2011 12:28 PM

    California Sushi Academy in West LA offers a one day basic sushi course for $80 per person. All you need to bring is a sharp knife. Not in OC, but I've taken the class and its definitely worth the trip since you learn all the basic techniques and tricks for sushi prep.

    1. DrBruin Sep 18, 2011 10:45 AM

      What do you consider to be too expensive (or, what's the maximum per person you're willing to spend)? How long of a class did you want it to be?

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        TommyJayDee Sep 18, 2011 10:52 AM

        Less than $100; Greater than 2hrs. Also, something where the instructor is very involved with the process and does not merely supervise you as you do a recipe on your own.

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