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Recent Cooking School Reviews in Hamburg

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    KitchenWerks
    I was looking to purchase some cooking lessons as a Christmas gift for my mother who was already an accomplished cook/chef, but had some recent health challenges that forced a dietary change for both her and my father.  Being foodies, I knew that she would want someone to help learn how to cook "gourmet healthy".  I came across Sue from Kitchenwerks from an Angie's list referral and after speaking with her I purchased her services.  Sue has an extensive background in healthy, tasty, food.  After Sue spoke to my mother, they agreed on a menu and then Sue went to my mothers house  and spent an afternoon going through recipes and food preparation ideas. My mother really enjoyed it.  I would highly recommend Kitchenwerks.
    - Jeff W.
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    Chef's Abode
    Their chefs were just as qualified and talented as other cooking class I took with another firm; but less snobby. This company made dishes that were gourmet but I would actually make them again sometime; unlike another school I went to.
    - TRENT S.
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    Whole Foods Market
    The class was a good size. The chef was very knowledgeable and worked at everyone's speed. It was very easy to follow along and learn.
    - HAROLD B.
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    Cooks Of Crocus Hill
    It was well organized. I went to other classes and the instructor was well informed. The class went well and the food was good. It was not overly expensive but definitely not the cheapest. It was $75 for a 3-hour class.
    - Sara R.
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    KitchenWerks
    I would HIGHLY recommend KitchenWerks for cooking classes.  I recently chose to have a personal one-to-one cooking class in my home.  The highlight from my experience was not only the delicious meals prepared, but the confidence and inspiration to make more.  Let me give you a detail of my experience. I contacted Stacy, the owner of KitchenWerks for assistance with meal preparation.  I am a CPA and wanted to prepare meals that I could freeze and utilize when I am busy during tax season.  Initially we discussed my needs, the meals I was interested in cooking, and the amount of time it would take.  She provided some additional meals that may be of interest to me to choose from.  Once I decided on the meals, she prepared a list of ingredients I should purchase if I did not have them. While preparing the meals, she would first give a brief description of what we were making, give directions of what to do (showing me first, then I would do the remaining ones), and finally reflect over what we made.  While discussing the meal, she would provide alternatives for seasoning or ingredients as well as other uses for the item such as a topping to a salad or other side dishes to go with it.  This time also allowed me to make notes and review the steps taken.  In addition to the planned meals, she identified that we could also make soup using the balance of ingredients that were not being utilized in the dishes we made. I particularly liked how she would encourage me to taste and season the dishes and her suggestions for other seasonings that could work as well.  Her knowledge and enthusiasm for cooking is apparent and evidenced in the wonderful dishes created.      I would categorize myself as a novice when it comes to cooking.  I have taken some classes, but making great tasting meals without burning it has been somewhat elusive (although getting better the more I try).  So bringing Stacy on for one to one instructional cooking not only gave me the assurance that I would have a great tasting assortment of meals, but also will give me additional experience and knowledge.  I have started to enjoy cooking and am eager to try more. 
    - Ann S.
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    KITCHEN WINDOW
    I have got a Groupon, so I didn't pay.  I used them because of the coupon.  It was a lot of fun.  It was group classes, so I did a lobster boil.  My husband and I signed up and then they paired us with other people.  It was a fun, good and social atmosphere.  It wasn't as much of the skilled base class, but more of a way to have fun through cooking.  I had a Groupon, so I thought they were a little bit expensive.  The quality was good.  They were pretty good operation there.
    - Nikie N.
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    Sagahill Cooking Events
    This was an incredible experience from start to finish. Firstly, I registered online and while registering discovered that here was an error of some kind. When I called, Marianne told me that the class was technically full however she keeps a few seats open just in case there is something like this where someone is very eager to get into the class and is unable to register online. Registration solved in minutes. On the day of the cooking class, my wife and I arrived at their facility in North Minneapolis and Marianne was there waiting and greeting all guests as they arrived. Payment was handled onsite and as we walked in. The price quoted was on par with what we ultimately paid. We sat in our assigned seats and waited for the other guests to arrive so we could embark on our culinary journey together while getting to know one another. Marianne, outlined exactly what we would do, went over the do's and don'ts, which are also covered on her website so there are no surprises, and then we were off cooking while she jumped in with a quick story, a joke, or help wherever needed. We really felt as though we were part of the overall group and added to the experience. No one was left out of a job, tasting, or opportunities to participate. We laughed and enjoyed ourselves from start to finish. Although we were there fore nearly 3 hours, the time seemed to go by quickly. The recipe for Marianne: 2 parts comedy 1 pinch therapy all passion a twist of sarcastic humor (my personal blend) shake well and enjoy You will not regret the experience. My wife and I look forward to our next cooking class with Marianne and are already inviting friends to join us on this experience.
    - Enrique V.
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    KITCHEN WINDOW
    We used Kitchen Window last month.  Excellent experience.  They have a small class, less than twenty people.  Very experience teachers.  It's a fun experience.
    - George K.
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    Let's Dish
    You pay them and go in for an evening and you fully prep a weeks worth of meals. These are really nice full family meals. You fallow a recipe as well. Its great.
    - GREGG E.
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    Cooks of Crocus Hill
    It was a great experience, the class was set up very nicely and was very organized. The teacher was excellent (but can't remember his name) - he knew his stuff, he was very patient with the learners, the stations were set up with all the tools we needed, and his assistants were very helpful as well. At the end of the cooking we ate our meal together with the teacher/chef and he continued to provide us with a ton of useful information about ingredients, tools, cooking processes, etc.
    - Suzanne T.
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