Cooking classes at Market Bistro

Price_Chopper_Market_Bistro_01.jpgPrice Chopper has started a series of cooking classes at the fancy pants new Market Bistro in Latham, which includes a large instructional kitchen.

The schedule posted includes a range of topics, including baking, grilling, and a few different cuisines, as well as a mix of demonstration and hands-on classes.

Larry Schepici -- the exec chef at Jack's in Albany -- is teaching a "Chef Larry's Signature Dishes" demo class (with wine) on May 28. It's $60. (He's one of the few instructors' names listed -- it'd be helpful to see who's teaching some of the other classes.)

Cooking classes seem to be pretty popular in this area. A few other places that offer them: Different Drummer's Kitchen at Stuyvesant Plaza, Gio Culinary Studio in Voorheesville, Spoon and Whisk in Clifton Park, the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, Honest Weight in Albany, and Healthy Living in Wilton.


Cooking classes in that beautiful church they tore down would have been really something.

70 bucks per person?

Why is everything good in Latham, or Saratoga ?
Wish there was one in the Pine Hils!

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