Cooking Class

Last night my mom and I attended a private cooking class with a group of her friends.  It was a warm summer night, and we dined alfresco on fried baby artichokes with lemon aioli, buttermilk and fresh herb marinated chicken, romesco sauce, and grilled summer squash salad with dill + feta.  The meal was delicious, except between chatting and prep, we didn't eat until 9:00, which was quite a late dinner hour for this pregnant gal!  We pretty much devoured our plates in minutes, and I'm certain I could've eaten another meal once I got home.

I've been fortunate to take quite a few cooking classes; from Persian cuisine to paella, Indian, Ethiopian, Thai, even croissant making.  What are your favorite cooking classes to take?  Do you prefer hands-on cooking class or just watching and listening?

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6 comments

Diana Mieczan said...

I prefer the hands-on cooking classes where I can take an active part in creating the meal. My all time favourite cooking class was when we learnt about macrobiotic cooking. It was so interesting and so delicious in the end. Have a great day. xoxo

Meg {henninglove} said...

oh my gosh that menu sounds absolutely amazing!! i sure hope you got the recipes of all the wonderful things you ate

Nicole Marie said...

i really want to take a cooking class now that i'm home

Melissa Blake said...

Sounds like a great time!!

TheGirlinOslo said...

Looks really great :)

Staci (LeatherandLeops) said...

I am such a bad cook and recently went to a cooking class and loved it!
xx
Staci