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Going alone to a cooking class is fun, but going with a friend or loved one is even better!
There are lots of great places to take cooking classes in and around the Upper Valley. Most are offered in the evenings on weekdays or weekends. Some are offered in the morning. Here are some of my favorites. Feel free to add your own recommendations to the comments in the DailyUV post or under this tour.
Plan ahead as they book up fast.
Surprise a friend or loved one as a gift. Make a date of it. Or journey out in the cooking adventures like I did on your own and love every minute of it.
I still remember my husband reserving us a spot for a pie and tart making class as a birthday gift one year. It was a wonderful gift. We both enjoy cooking, so this was perfect. Plus we got to take yummy food home.
You can be cooking up pastries, breads, pies and more like these workers too! Without the hats or hairnets of course. Next time I’ll get a photo of my culinary experiences in the actual kitchen for guests.
Another time my dad and I (he also likes to cook) when to a cooking class at the coop, a make your own pasta class. It was so much fun. I wanted to make my own pasta all the time after taking that class, the taste is so much better than dry pasta. The featured image is the result of our great evening – fresh pasta with a mushroom sauce!
Years ago I took international cuisine classes at the coop where the cook demonstrated and provided recipes, and we all ate a meal afterwards. That was fun too.
Summer meals, bbqing, and more. Learn techiques you’d see at a restaurant you’ve always wanted to learn but never knew how to do. Classes are from 6-8 pm, usually on a Monday.
These are usually morning and afternoon classes and they are wonderful! You get to take amazing jam home too. I highly recommend these classes. Learn about my experience first hand with pictures here. You can find out 6 reasons why you should take the class here.
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