Before the words “pandemic” and “social distancing” became part of our everyday vocabulary, cooking classes were fun nights out that we could spend with friends to learn new recipes, tips and techniques. But the stay-at-home rule changed everything.
Caterers and cooking schools had to reinvent their business models to stay relevant, and now all you have to do is grab your phone, tablet, laptop — whatever means you have of tapping into the World Wide Web — and sign up for a virtual cooking class.
Here’s a syllabus for cooking schools offered by culinary artists around the region.
Andrea Cagle, executive chef and owner of Kozy Cooking Catering and Chef Andi’s Fresh Bistro, holds office hours via Zoom with classes made to order. Just message her via her website and arrange a class for you and your family or friends.
Themed classes include one-skillet meals, fast and easy