MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen will be opening a MESA Kids Cooking School this summer at 154 E. Main St. in New Albany, just around the corner from MESA’s current location. MESA Kids Cooking School will feature cooking camps, classes and themed events for children ages 7 to 14.
Is learning to cook one of your New Years resolutions? Cooking at the Cottage has some great offerings this month to kick the new year off right. They offer date nights, but this month there are some great options for learning about gluten free cooking, making delicious soups, cooking with hemp or a variety of other topics.
Louisville Free Public Library is sponsoring food classes and events all through the month of November. If you want to swap holiday recipes, there will be several days at various branches of the Library when you can do that. If you are a fan of murder mysteries that are solved by women who own catering businesses or cupcake bakeries, then the Culinary Mysteries groups are for you. Continue reading November is Cooking Month at the Library
Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.,. Edward Lee, owner and chef of 610 Magnolia, 610 W. Magnolia Ave., will teach a class in Korean barbecue, the food of his childhood growing up in Brooklyn. Continue reading Korean BBQ cooking class at 610 Magnolia
A good New Year’s resolution that is easy enough to keep is to pledge to learn a few new recipes this year, and to actually cook them. the Picarescala Culinary Institute is ready to give you a head start with a series of cooking classes presents in conjunction with Los Monitos Language place at Crane House, 1244 S. Third St. Continue reading Experience French cooking in the New Year
After some time searching for a retail space that would allow him more room in a more visible location to display his bourbon-inspired products, such as bourbon soy sauce, bourbon-infused vanilla extract and bourbon sea salt, Bourbon Barrel Foods owner Matt Jamie has now found that new space in the former Jerry Heston Hairdressing Salon, 2710 Frankfort Ave. (Heston has moved his business out to Shelbyville Road Plaza).
Bourbon Barrel Foods will keep its production facilities and a showroom at Butchertown Market, 1201 Story Ave., but the new store will give Jamie more control over how his bourbon-aged products are distributed and displayed. His products are carried by a variety of local groceries and specialty stores, but Jamie has felt the need for a dedicated retail store, where employees can explain to customers how the products are made, and discuss with them the way chefs around the country have been using Jamie’s unique food creations. Continue reading Bourbon Barrel Foods news: new location, and cooking classes
Louisville is abounding in cooking classes, of all sorts. Most are demonstration/observation classes, but others are participatory, and some, like the Date Night classes at Cooking at the Cottage (which fill up way ahead of time) have you making the dinner that you will eat. Some might look pricy, but your cost includes not only the food that you will see prepared (and sample) but more important, the expertise of the chef presenting.
And, of course, the whole point is to learn something new that you can do in the kitchen forever, so why make cost a factor? And, cooking classes make cool gifts. Here are some suggestions for getting your cooking skills revved up this summer: Continue reading Beat the summer doldrums with a cooking class or two