Weeknight Dinners

What to expect
  • Learn cooking basics and knife skills
  • Cook twelve different dishes, which can easily be altered into at least twenty-four different dish combinations
  • Enjoy an intimate culinary experience in a working kitchen
  • No experience necessary
Cooking used to be a necessity. Now, you can get by eating grilled cheese and Cup Noodles every day... for years. Besides being incredibly unhealthy, who wants to do that? It's time to shape up in the kitchen, and learn how to properly cook meals for yourself. In Weeknight Dinners on Sunday, you will first learn cooking basics and knife skills. Once you're familiar with the fundamentals, it's time to practice what you've learned by making twelve different dishes (Yes, twelve!) that take thirty minutes or less to prepare. Each recipe comes with adaptations so you'll have at least twice as many to cook at home. Receive an intimate culinary experience, in a working kitchen, that's destined to improve your cooking chops... fast.

Note: A glass of wine per person is included.
Key Highlights
Price $115.00 per guest
Duration / Session 3.5 hours
# Sessions 1
Rating 72 positive reviews
Abigail Hitchcock is the chef and sole owner of Camaje Bistro in Greenwich Village, and co-owner of Abigail Cafe & Wine Bar in Prospect Heights. She earned her blue ribbon cooking diploma from Peter Klump's New York Cooking School (now The Institute of Culinary Education) and has worked at The Tea Box at Takashimaya in New York, Vong in London and at BBC's Good Food Magazine. Abby also has worked at Martha Stewart Living television and spent three years as a recipe development chef. She is a certified sommelier.
Cancellation notification must be provided at least one week prior to scheduled class date in order to receive a refund. Failure to do will forfeit all payment.

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