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babern38

NJ cooking schools/lessons

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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons. My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes.

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated. thanks.

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Classic Thyme in Westfield

Mumfords in Shrewsbury

Taste and Technique in Fair Haven

I have been to both Mumfords and Taste and Technique for single session hands on classes, but I have heard excellent things about Classic Thyme


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Get your bitch ass back in the kitchen and make me some pie!!!

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and i just found this:

http://www.chefscool.com/aboutus.html

Carol Murphy Clyne and her husband, Vincent, were my chef instructors when I did the Spain and the world table class at CIA. They are very good.


Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

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I also was going to provide the link and the recommendation to Carol Murphy Clyne's school, but suzilightning beat me to it! I also took their Spanish class at CIA and thought the teaching was excellent.


Mark A. Bauman

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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.

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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.

I know its a little late but just in time for the holidays. I just stumbled on your post. I offer very diverse individual and group cooking lessons to suite your curiousity, buget and skill set. We can do this in your home or at select locations. Contacct me @ 908 591 7343 and I will glady provide a resume references and credentials. I am a broadly traine, disciplined chef a veteran of the restaurant industry and currently a Certified Chef Instructor.

I would welcome the opportunity to sit with you and create a cluniary learning path to help you explore new culinary trends and techniques as wel as updating the classics

Contat me at 908 591 7343 or southunion7@hotmail.com

Chef Paul

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I offer group as well as individual cooking classes to those who are interested in eating healthy. Check out my website at Laurileeshealthycooking.net

Thank you!


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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.


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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.

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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.

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Hi,

With as much as I love going out to eat I've decided I need to get a lot more serious about learning to cook beyond some basic things.

I've tried searching the web without many promising results and figure I'd turn to my friends at egullet to see if anyone knew of anyone who offers either private or small group cooking lessons.  My schedule is quite variable so its hard for me to commit to steady classes. 

perhaps there are some trained chefs who are interested in some extra money on their days off?

Any help is appreciated.  thanks.

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I'll add my vote for Carol Murphy Clyne...she used to run the Viking Cooking School (which I would no longer recommend) and I worked with her for a while. She and her husband are both knowledgeable, lovely people--and you'll have FUN, too!


"I'm not eating it...my tongue is just looking at it!" --My then-3.5 year-old niece, who was NOT eating a piece of gum

"Wow--this is a fancy restaurant! They keep bringing us more water and we didn't even ask for it!" --My 5.75 year-old niece, about Bread Bar

"He's jumped the flounder, as you might say."

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