In this class we'll be covering knife handling, specific skills and sharing lots of Chef tips to make your cutting and chopping more professional. Come and learn the best ways to julian, mince, dice and many other cuts while cooking a full meal to share.
In class we will dedicate 30 minutes of menu discussion, 30 minutes on knife skill demonstration and then move into assignments for the hands-on portion of class. The Chef and kitchen assistants will guide the class in the kitchen, helping each student practice their knife skills while creating a delicious meal designed to challenge and engage every student.
Equipment needed: All kitchen equipment, knives, aprons, food, spices and herbs are provided. This is an immersion, hands-on class and you will be on your feet most of the class. Please wear comfortable shoes with closed toes for safety purposes.
Time : Class is 3 to 4 hours long. Depending on the menu and the flow, some classes are shorter and others can go longer. Clean up is done by the kitchen assistants, so you will leave after sharing the meal you’ve created with the Chef, kitchen assistants and your fellow students.
Materials: Handouts are provided and include notes on the knife skills covered, the menu, recipes and tips from the Chef.
Class size: Classes are limited to 16 students due to the hands on nature of the instruction
Who will be the Chef Instructor?
We have a very talented group of Chef Instructors teaching at The Cooking Studio who also work at local restaurants or are teaching at Professional Culinary Schools, own catering businesses or working as Personal Chefs.
All Chef Instructors are highly skilled in their topic area and bring that skill, passion and personality to class.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is available in the parking garage directly behind The Opera Galleria. The cost is $1/hour. If you prefer it, the MAX stop is just a block away. Please don’t park on the street as the parking limit is 2 hours and classes will typically run 3hrs or more.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Trish O’Neill [email protected]
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You will use the code we send you to register for the class. You don’t need to bring anything to the class.
Class registrations are non-refundable. However, if you can’t attend we will help you transfer your registration to another class. This needs to be done 3 days before the class you have registered for. If it is less than 3 days before the class you are welcome to give or resell the class to a friend or family member. Sorry, but missed classes can’t be made up.
It is very rare for us to cancel classes due to weather, but we’ll email you if that should happen.
What is the refund policy?
We require a minimun of 6 students per class. If less than 6 students are registered then class will be cancelled due to low enrollments and you will be notified by email. Refunds will be issued for all cancelled classes.
What if there is a waitlist?
If the class you want to register for is full, please add your name to the waitlist and we’ll email you if an opening comes available. We may decide to add an additional session to satisfy demand so you’ll want to be sure we have your best contact information. You don’t need to pay when putting your name on the waitlist, you can pay when there is an opening and you register for the class.
What about wine and beer?
Wine and beer are availble for purchase during class, but of course you must be 21yrs or older to be served.
Additional information: Food allergies can be accommodated, but please share them when registering for class.
Friday, Mar. 3012:00 am - 3:00 am