Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a List of Questions (and Answers) That We are Frequently Asked

Our classes are designed for the general public. We offer cooking classes for all levels of students. Some of our classes are more basic than others and are designed to provide a solid foundation of cooking techniques. Other classes such as Boot Camps delve deeper into the subject matter and offer an intensive cooking experience. However, all of our classes are suitable for both beginners as well as experienced home cooks. Demonstration Classes only require the skill of sitting back and enjoying. Hands On Classes will be adapted for students of all levels. Our Chefs are there to help both beginners and to advance the skills of experts.
Demonstration Class
In a Demonstration Class, you observe our Chef prepare the meal and get a generous tasting portion of each dish made or a full 3-4 course meal depending on the class. This type of class is best for those who like to watch before they do, as you’ll take notes and ask questions throughout the class. These Classes are 1 part learning, 1 part entertaining, and 1 part tasty.

Hands-On Cooking Class
In a Hands-On Class, each student works in groups of 3 to 5 people to make the dishes or a meal from start to finish. You’ll enjoy the food you create or have a full meal at the end of class with the other students.

Nothing! We provide all of the cooking equipment and food, as well as printed recipes.

Wear comfortable clothing and non-skid comfortable shoes. We provide aprons to protect your clothing.

For Hands-On Cooking Classes we recommend:

  • Shoes that are non-slip and with a closed toe. (No flip-flops or high heels)
  • Clothes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty
Most Demonstration Classes will include beverages of some kind. Each class description will indicate what is being served in the way of beverages. If you wish to purchase extra beverages we have a full liquor license and have a large list of beer, wine, and cocktails to chose from at an additional cost.
Absolutely! We will do whatever we can to accommodate food allergies and sensitivities. We ask that you call well in advance of class to discuss your dietary restrictions with our staff. We will consult with our chefs and review the menu to accommodate your needs. If a particular class is not right for you, we will suggest one that is a better fit. Please note our kitchens are not a gluten-free environment.
Unfortunately we do, but we will do our best to avoid this. All of our classes may be subject to cancellation or rescheduling. If this happens, we’ll let you know and get you in to another class ASAP.
You can register and pay for as many as five people for any of our cooking classes. Groups larger than that would work with an Event Coordinator to book a private event. You can also purchase a gift card for your friend to choose his or her own class.
We welcome anyone over the age of 12 to participate in any of our adult classes if accompanied by an adult. You must be 21 years old or older to partake in any consumption of alcohol.  Students under the age of 21 will be served non alcoholic beverages as a substitute. You will be asked to present a valid ID at the time of check-in. If there is an age requirement for a class, it will be listed in the class description.
We require a one week cancelation notice for all classes.  If you cancel with that one week notice period you will be charged for the full amount of the class.  Feel free to send someone in your place if you cannot attend.  Often we have a wait list as well that can take your spot and we will refund your money in that case.
Yes, we offer private cooking parties for groups from 6 to 150 people.
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