2/27/2012 05:04:00 PM

The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Classes in New York

Cooking class at Astor Center
How many times have you plopped yourself on the couch for some serious Top Chef or Cupcake Wars viewing and thought, "I want to cook like that!" Luckily, NYC not only has some of the greatest restaurants in the world, but also hosts some of the best cooking classes. Whether you want to learn to bake bread, make chocolate, cook Thai food or how to drink and pair wine, we rounded up some fun options in the below slideshow. Grab those aprons and get cookin'.

12 comments :

  1. There is such a growing interest in cooking classes these days, that I am sure more schools/centers/private classes will be emerging across the country.

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  2. I agree. Took one at Brooklyn Kitchen...LOVED it.

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  3. Great list! I've taken the cupcake class at Butter Lane and had an awesome time. I'd also have to agree with the comment above - I think we should expect to see more of these types of classes popping up.

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  4. Can't wait to try one of these!

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  5. Le Pain Quotidien is a Belgian chain, not French.

    But aside from that I totally want to take a bread making class there now. It's one of the only chain's I like going to.

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  6. How about sushi making classes?? anyone knows who offers these classes in Manhattan??

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    1. Camaje.com/cookingclasses.html

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    2. I've used Coursehorse to find cooking classes in NYC before. I just checked and they do have sushi classes, and also feature all the classes of the schools listed in this article, like Brooklyn Kitchen, Butter Lane, and Camaje. A lot easier to find a good cookign class this way. http://coursehorse.com/nyc/classes/cooking

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  7. I tried a class with a chef by the name of Jeff Seligman here in NY. Even though I've been cooking all my life - it was an eye opener in terms of technique.

    Highly recommend cooking courses - especially personalized classes -for chefs of all skill levels

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  8. I also took a class with Chef Jeff Seligman in NYC and loved it. He was patient, talented, and creative and left me more confident in my cooking skills. I recommend his courses for anyone interested in developing or refining skills at any level.

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  9. Don't forget the fun and diverse classes that Chef-Owner Abigail Hitchcock offers at Camaje Bistro in the Village (MacDougal Street between Bleeker and Houston).

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