The foundation for good cooking lies in understanding the basics. From knowing how to hold a knife properly to the perfect sear, the best way to grow as a cook is understanding when and how to apply the fundamental principals of cooking. With KitchenPop, you’ll learn how. The ingredients may change but the techniques always stay the same. You will learn how to make vinaigrettes and a variety of sauces, how to get the perfect sear every time, knife skills, and more.
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We’ll show you how to use your knife correctly and make you feel more comfortable using it in the kitchen. By the end, you’ll be chopping like a pro!
All series classes begin with knife skills and kitchen safety. Some options include:
- Sauteing + Pan-Searing
- Stocks + Soups
- Grilling + Marinades
- BBQ + Smoking
- Roasting + Braising
- Vegetables + Grains
- Baking + Desserts
- Beginning Breads
This is a great option for birthday parties and events. Whether it’s a 4-course meal or a dessert themed-party, your little chefs will have a great time learning, cooking, and eating food that they made themselves!
Contact us to see how we can create a special class or event for your kids/teens.
We designed this class for men who have little or no kitchen experience. We want you to learn as much as possible, at a comfortable rate. We will create a menu filled with culinary fundamentals and teach you how to apply them to other ingredients and cuisines.
Guys can expect to learn knife skills (break down a whole chicken), how to saute, pan-roast, grill, make marinades + rubs, as well as purees and salads. All the stuff you need to know to live and eat well, and to impress a “friend” or two.
“Searing is searing. If I can teach you to sear a chicken breast perfectly, then you can apply the same single technique to pork, beef, and fish. It’s that basic, and I can teach you.”
The overall experience was fantastic. The set-up of the stations was great and I loved the practical tips and tricks you threw in as we went. I also very much appreciated your attention to detail (starting with hygeine :)) and encouraging all of us to focus on technique.
Thank you for such a wonderful evening.