Stumped on what to cook? Here are some fun class ideas

Contact Shelagh for full descriptions of these classes. We strive to keep classes, and ingredients seasonal and individualized. Please contact Shelagh for full descriptions.

  • Appetizers (that could pose as a meal!)
  • Restaurant Worthy At Home
  • Asian | Mexican | Indian | Moroccan | Thai
  • Couples Cooking Class
  • Cake Baking
  • Kids Classes
  • Farmers Market Fresh*
  • Cabin Cooking
  • Kitchen Improv (a favorite, we cook what you have in your kitchen)
  • Pizzas on the Grill*
  • Woodfired Pizzas*
  • Fish on the Grill*
  • Paella
  • Let’s Get Healthy
  • Cinco de Mayo
  • Summertime Salads
  • Soups and Stews
  • Soups and Panini
  • Risotto
  • Lemons
  • Whole Grain Baking (minimum 4 hours or 2 days)
  • Three Meals from One
  • Mens Only
  • Grain Bowls
  • What Mama Never Taught You (in the kitchen)
  • You Tell Me (design your own class)
  • *Seasonal class


Each attendee will receive:

  • Fabulous recipes, with ingredients to purchase for class, and any special equipment needed
  • Great tips and tricks (most peoples favorite part of a class!)
  • Knife skills
  • Food prep techniques
  • Shopping tips
  • A relaxed cooking atmosphere where questions and comments are always welcome 

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