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forgottendreamr Apr 8, 2013 08:15 AM

My husband's birthday is coming up and we are considering a cooking class as a party. Where should we consider? I see that Cooks of Crocus Hill and Kitchen Window do private events. Anyone else we should be looking at?
Some requirements: my husband would want a hands on experience, not just demonstration. We would like to avoid sea food. Probably a smaller group, around 10 people.

  1. The Dairy Queen Apr 8, 2013 09:39 AM

    I've always wanted to do make ice cream at Izzy's. http://izzysicecream.com/events/corpo...

    (Happy birthday to your husband!)

    ~TDQ

    1. bob s Apr 8, 2013 11:17 AM

      Heather Jansz does private classes. See http://thecurrydiva.com/classes/

      I imagine that other chefs and/or teachers may be able to do similar programs. If your husband is into a particular type or style of food, it might be easier to get a customized class using this approach.

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        forgottendreamr Apr 8, 2013 12:54 PM

        This is a good idea...but our kitchen isn't really group friendly. I'll keep it in mind if I can find a friend with a large kitchen!

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        ChillyDog Apr 8, 2013 12:38 PM

        Have you considered Kitchen in the Market? They do private classes too.

        http://bookwhen.com/kitm

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          forgottendreamr Apr 8, 2013 12:55 PM

          This looks excellent, and a little more affordable than Cooks of Crocus Hill (didn't even ask Kitchen Window).

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          meljohns Apr 9, 2013 11:15 AM

          I've taken a group class at kitchen window and enjoyed it a lot. We had a varied group when it came to skill levels but it was fun, hands on and the food we made was good.

          I bought my husband a class for him and his son at Christmas and ended up going with KW instead of Cooks because all the classes at Cooks were demo only. They had a great time, learned to make gnocchi 4 different ways.

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