Foraging classes incorporate herbs, plants, fruits, seeds. What would I need to bring with me to class? All you have to bring is your enthusiasm and love for food, and we'll provide you with all the ingredients and kitchen materials you'll need, including aprons and kitchen utensils. If your cooking classes are mostly demonstrations, you'll need enough pots, pans, bowls and knives to cook the products you're going to demonstrate. If your cooking classes are going to be practical, you'll need enough of these items to accommodate as many students as you plan to have at one time.
Either way, your cooking classes will include food, so buy enough plates, bowls, cups and utensils to feed the number of people you expect. In case you want to attend the cooking class with a friend of yours, you will each have to buy the lesson and you will be provided with your own ingredients. If you're going to attend a cooking class at a specific restaurant or center, you don't have to worry about the equipment. If you have a sizeable budget and are interested in starting a full cooking school, consider installing several cooking stations so that more students can work simultaneously.
A cooking class at home means you won't have to turn plates around to find the right kitchen utensils or condiments, but you can focus on creating delicious dishes. As in any other subject, it's important that cooking classes are well planned and that you know exactly what the objectives of each lesson are. We will then process your request and provide you with a gift certificate that you can use to book a cooking class in the future.