The Best Twin Cities Cooking Classes • Stephanie Hansen

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December 14, 2023



Twin Cities Cooking ClassesI have been researching Twin Cities cooking classes and have created a guide to what I think is unique about each class structure and offering. We are lucky in the Twin Cities to have so many choices and I have updated them for 2024

The Best Twin Cities Cooking Classes

Valley Natural Foods 

  • Burnsville Location
  • Classes on Veganism, wellness, meal prep, immune boosting 

Coastal Seafood

  • Sushi, Oysters, and Date Night classes are all available at the newly refurbished St Paul Coastal Seafood Location

She Cooks Design

  • Protein bowls, sourdough, gnocchi, Irish Food, and Cooking basics are some of the subjects you can learn in the classes at Shelagh Mullins’ home.
  • Gift Cards are available.

France 44 Wine and Spirits Education

  • Edina store location
  • Wine Pairings, Cheese Courses, Scotch Classes
  • Butchery and Pizza Making can all be learned here

Dashfire Bitters Cocktail Classes

  • Make your own gin taking it from a neutral spirit to adding all the botanicals
  • Learn how to make bitters – the spice kit of the cocktail world!
  • You take your creations home

The Curry Diva

  • Heather Jansz is a local treasure cooking Sri Lankan Food
  • She will come to your location and can do corporate, family or individual events.
  • Classes are 2-8 people and are about 2 hours with a base price of $500

Abundant Kitchen

  • Abundant Kitchen has two store locations and cooking classes in Buffalo, Minnesota
  • Classes are fun and lively and alcohol can be served.
  • Class offerings include – meal prepping, date nights, and ethnic focuses

Way Cool Cooking School

  • The School has classes for adults and kids, team building, and Summer sessions
  • The classes sell out about 4-6 weeks in advance, and they have some great offerings for kids as well as birthday parties
  • Classes include Soups from around the world, family classes, and regional and international cuisines.
  • Way Cool id Unique with its family classes and classes for 3-6 year olds
  • Located in Eden Prairie

Kowalski’s Market

  • Class offerings include a $20 cheese and wine class, plus you get $10 gift card.
  • The classes sell out quickly and take place in a classroom setting.
  • Some of the class inspirations include geographic regions, bubbly, holidays and teas.

Vivront

  • This 50th and France location teaches Knife Skills

Good Acre

  • Located in Falcon Heights.
  • The restaurant is a food hub for farmers and a community kitchen.
  • They also feature a CSA and farmers markets.
  • The offerings include hands-on classes and cooking techniques like knife skills, basics of eggs, cooking for one, and making pasta.
  • Options for veggie-centric and ethnic cooking specialties.

Cooks Bellcour

  • 5 locations around the Twin Cities.
  • A wide range of class offerings, including seasonal, baking, kids classes, and date nights.
  • The offer a series for the fundamentals of cooking.
  • Prices range from $50 to $100.
  • Instructors include a great roster of chefs and local experts.
  • Some have classes serve alcohol or have it available.

Mississippi Market

  • Classes are offered in small groups.
  • The offerings are more affordable at $10 to $20.
  • Classes include fermenting, starting seeds, Instant Pot, cooking with co-cp basics, tasting of hydroponic veggies, Kombucha.

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

  • Food and wine classes can be found with chef Beth Fisher at the landscape arboretum.
  • Cooking with Maple Syrup
  • Garden Scrap Stocks
  • Cooking with Honey are a sample of classes

 



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