Learn how to make festive dishes the whole family will enjoy.
By Katrina Turchin | November 12, 2021
Get Cooking’s virtual classes will make you the hostess with the mostest at your next dinner party. Learn how to cook yummy dishes like halloumi and ricotta and sheng jian bao (pan fried soup dumplings) or advance your holiday baking skills with over a dozen festive classes to choose from.
Get Cooking classes are virtual via Zoom and are approximately an hour and a half long. Participants receive an ingredient list before class, so they can do their own shopping, but everyone preps the ingredients together during the class.
Anyone can take a Get Cooking class, no matter their skill set. Participants can choose to follow along or watch and try it themselves later. All participants have access to the recording for seven days after the class, or 30 days for an extra $5.
“We want it to be relaxed and fun,” says Kathryn Joel, owner and operator of Get Cooking. “We don’t want people to have to do a bunch of prep without us and this way, we can also build in prep skills and life skills. And, by the end of their class, they are sitting down to eat a meal with their family or their friends.”
Get Cooking’s holiday schedule kicks off with two classes in collaboration with Johwanna Alleyne from Mojo Jojo Pickles. Alleyne is teaching a class on canning cranberry sauce on November 13 followed by a class about preserved and fermented holiday gifts on November 14.
The complete Get Cooking holiday schedule launches November 15 featuring a lineup of guests like Larry Harris, Aditya Raghavan, and Mai Nguyen. Classes start at $35.
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