I help my clients start from the beginning, advance their skills in the home kitchen, and master any unique cooking methods I know.
Begin with your favorite food. Make your first cooking class practical and encouraging. The more you practice in the kitchen, the easier it becomes.
If your questions in the kitchen often start with “why” and you prefer a systematic approach, begin with basic skills and knowledge. It will help you to create a matrix for a better understanding of why specific ingredients, cooking methods, temperatures, and timing work this way or another.
Yes. The hours can be customized for your convenience or the convenience of your group.
I encourage you to take pictures and make videos during the demo part of the cooking class. They will be helpful for you as a reference in the future when you start practicing in your kitchen.
You are welcome to take any event pictures for your good memory — you in action, tools and ingredients in use, final food presentation, etc.
You can cancel or postpone your reservation free of charge once up until your confirmation 2 (two) days before the event. After your confirmation, I start shopping for the ingredients for a specified number of guests. Any cancellations after that moment are 50% of the negotiated price per person (or per group if the whole group cancels).
If you can’t make it to class, you are welcome to give your ticket to a friend or family member. I trust your commitment to participate. While I understand life happens, please be respectful of my time and the time of the other participants.
Most of the classes are intended for specific diets (e.g., vegetarian, gluten-free, low-carb lean proteins, etc.), or I can accommodate your needs. Please let me know, and together we’ll find the best solution.
Yes. You can purchase a $200 gift certificate for a one-on-one class or a class for two.