When we’re stuck indoors this winter, we sometimes need to get creative with things to do. If you call yourself a foodie, you probably enjoy cooking just as much as you like dining out. Why not combine the two at one of these local restaurants who host cooking classes? Sign us up!
All winter long, Tuscan Kitchen is hosting a variety of cooking classes at several of their locations in both Boston in New Hampshire. Depending on the class you choose, you can learn to make homemade mozzarella, tiramisu, pizza, and much more. There’s also a cooking making class for kids, as well as a Pre-Valentine’s Day class that would make for a great gift. See the full lineup here.
Chef Ana Sortun will be hosting a Monday night cooking series at Sofra Bakery in Cambridge. The Winter 2020 events include classes on how to properly cook fish, cooking “like a sultan”, Meze Monday, and many more. Some of the classes include a beverage pairing too, so if you’re not participating in Dry January, check out one of those. See the full list here.
Ever tried your hand at making sushi? Get ready to rock and roll with Fat Baby’s beginner sushi classes. First, you’ll learn the basics of rice preparation, rolling techniques, and knife work. During class, you’ll make two maki rolls and enjoy a cocktail demonstration. The $60 ticket includes all the equipment and ingredients for the class as well as a specialty cocktail, light snacks, and a bamboo rolling mat to take home.
Flour’s cooking classes sell out fast, so if you’re interested in taking one, sign up stat. Their next available class on February 2nd is a Vegan baking class, which is a great option for those heading into the New Year with a healthier mindset. Other options include learning how to make meringues and macarons, as well as a gluten-free dessert class. Heads up: The classes are held at the TriMark Innovation center in the Seaport’s Innovation Design Building. View all the class options here.