Cooking classes at Ethnic Foods in Osseo
Have you been to one, or know someone who has?
How was the style/format--mostly demo and some tasting, hands-on prep and hearty eating, other?
What did you think of it? How did it compare to other cooking classes?
Ended up getting a coupon from one of the daily deal sites. I found it interesting and informative, with an approach that seeks to give one an understanding of the flexibility and some combinations, rather than set recipes.
Various things were made by the presenter, so it was observation and discussion only for attendees, with tastes offered (not full servings). All told, while worthwhile with the discount, I wouldn't have been satisfied at full price, since it was held during dinner time, but only samples were passed around.