Couples cooking classes?

knife cutting board peppers flickr bhamsandwichAnonymous emails:

I'd love to do a couples cooking class but don't know who might offer classes, and especially for couples? Let me know if you or your readers have any tips!

There are a lot of cooking classes around the Capital Region -- more than you can shake a whisk at. We haven't noticed any recently that were couples classes, per se -- but maybe some could work that way.

Also: places that offer cooking classes -- hey, maybe this is an idea for you.

So... got a suggestion for Anonymous? Please share!

Earlier on AOA: A sampling of cooking classes, fall 2012

photo: Flickr user bhamsandwich (cc)

Comments

I have no idea where someone would find this, but it sounds awesome!

A Different Drummer does cooking classes. It's in Stuyvesant Plaza. Check out their website for a schedule.

We have classes on our website that you can take as a couple though not specifically geared towards just couples, about 50% of our students are couples. Also, we would be glad to set up a private cooking class for you with a minimum of 6 students. Private class subjects may be chosen from our catalog or custom designed for you and your guests. Check out our online catalog by clicking "Classes" on our website or contact us from our website for more information on a private cooking class.

~Chef Gio
http://www.gioculinarystudio.com

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