​Course Descriptions

We offer a variety of cooking classes on various topics. All of our programs include information on food safety and tips on how to use energy safely and efficiently.

You may notice some of our class topics are repeated, but the menus are changing! With seasonal ingredients come seasonal menu options and topics. Be sure to ask upon registration.

Please review our Participant Details page for our cancellation policy, dress code, locations and registration.

*Class times and prices vary by date or class style. Check our monthly calendars.

Calgary Class Descriptions

Lunch 'n Learn

Guests watch the chef instructor demonstrate the preparation of their meal while dining on the dishes being featured. This is a full three-course lunch, complete with dessert to finish things off. If you’re in a hurry, the classes are designed to fit within an hour, so you can leave promptly once the class is over. If you’re not in a rush to get back to the office, the chef instructor is available after class to answer questions about anything presented in the session. 

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Weekend and Evening Cooking Classes

Our weekend and evening classes fall under two categories:  

Hands-On

Our chef instructors provide guidance as guests get into the action and work with their hands. The chefs are always there to assist as you learn the methods, and to answer your questions. A meal and beverages are included, and will match the theme of the class.

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Chef’s Table

A demonstration class with a more intimate atmosphere. Our chef instructor guides guests through the preparation of their meal, sharing tips and advice for home cooks learned from years of culinary experience. This is a longer class, which means our chef instructor is able to be more detail-oriented. 

Chef's table is typically consists of six courses or more, so don’t fill up beforehand; you’ll need room for dessert.

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Corporate Cooking Classes 

Get your team cooking with a corporate culinary event! Our tasty offerings have expanded to include unique corporate cooking classes that will leave your staff members equipped with improved skills both in and out of the kitchen. Choose from a wide variety of activities, including interactive, entertaining demos and prepared themed menus. 

 

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Cooking Camps for Kids and Teens

We offer summer cooking camps for kids and teens. These camps are sure to reveal your child’s inner chef, each camp is a series of hands-on cooking classes that are engaging from start to finish. 

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Kids and Teens Birthday Parties

A cooking party is a great way to celebrate a birthday, we can host parties for kids and teens.

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Kids Can Cook School Program

Kids Can Cook is designed  for grade 5 students. The program covers a variety of topics in a fully interactive format. Please read these important considerations for participating in the Kids Can Cook program. 

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Edmonton Class Descriptions

Learn at Lunch

Our Community Educators and Home Economists will guide you through the topic, demonstrate recipes and techniques, share helpful tips, and inspire you to make delicious dishes at home.Beverages and light samples served, participants welcome to bring their own lunch if desired.

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Evening and Weekend Classes

Learn about different types of cuisine and new cooking techniques in a relaxing and fun atmosphere, led by our Community Educators and Home Economists these classes are demonstration style or hands-on. Beverages and light samples are served.

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Elk Island Public Schools Next Step Continuing Education

We offer several classes throughout the year in partnership with Elk Island Public Schools Next Step Continuing Education.

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Young Chefs School Program

In partnership with E4C, we deliver cooking classes to Grade 4 students in high-needs areas in the Edmonton area. Students learn how to prepare and cook food, while building confidence and healthy relationships with food.

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Last updated on December 08, 2017