forkable U: cooking classes

Do you love food, but break out in cold sweats the minute you enter the kitchen? Fear no more! Forkable’s monthly cooking classes are targeted to help you find your way through the kitchen of doubt to the table of delicious and fun homemade foods.  Our classes are all about bringing food prep back to the people – taking snobbery (and fear!) out of the kitchen.

“I don’t bake much, but I’d like to do more, and this was the perfect no-stress way to get me excited about it. We felt totally at home in the cozy red and white kitchen, and the recipes were indeed easy but so yummy!”  -Bengi speaking of our Christmas cookie class.

We have a really down-top-earth approach to food and entertaining.  Our straight forward approach is taught in an intimate setting of a real kitchen, with a class limit of five persons to allow for as much personal attention as possible. I love to cook and I want you to love it, too.

“Great class! Extremely informative and well organized with some good company and delicious results”  -Mike M.

So, if you can’t stand the heat, come to my kitchen!

Here’s our schedule of classes for upcoming fall and winter:

.  Sept. 8 Beginners Guide to Canning and Preserving
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4 hrs          12 – 4 p.m.          $30

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.  Oct. 13       Halloween Bootcamp: Treats to Terrify
.                       3 hrs 12 – 4 p.m. $30

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. Nov. 10     Beginners Guide to Thanksgiving: Potatoes, Poultry & Pie
.                    4 hrs 12 – 4 p.m. $50  Class includes a Thanksgiving dinner after.

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. Dec. 1        Christmas Baking Bonanza: Cookies, Cookies & More Cookies
.                     4 hrs 12 – 4 p.m. $40

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