Last month, we rolled up our sleeves and put on our aprons at Taste Buds Kitchen. Taste Buds Kitchen is a unique culinary experience for children, families, adults and friends. The class welcomes top chefs, amateur chefs and even foodies without any culinary skills. We are excited to share our Taste Buds Kitchen experience with you.
Taste Buds Kitchen was founded by Jessi Walter Brelsford in 2007. This large kitchen studio is kid friendly during the day, and transforms into an adult BYOB kitchen in the evening. Culinary events include a variety of cooking classes, parties, camps and special events. Chefs prepare a variety of scrumptious recipes, both savory and sweet. Children as young as two can sign up for classes. There are 12 locations around the country and classes range from Italian to Indian to Mediterranean to Sushi and more.
We signed up for the Classic French Countryside class. We enjoy cooking, but we have never attempted classic French cuisine. During the class, we learned to perfect our cooking techniques and knife skills and “chop it like it’s hot.” We also braised chicken for Coq au Vin, prepared a zesty Green Salad, baked Lyonnaise Potatoes and made Crepes with Berry Coulis.
Taste Bud’s adult classes are BYOB so remember to bring your favorite vino. We highly recommend a Burgundy or White Burgundy for the Classic French Countryside class.
When we walked in, we were given a green Taste Bud’s apron. This designer kitchen studio has six cooking stations that accommodate four chefs at each station.
During the cooking class, we learned how to dice onion and slice veggies. We divided and conquered each course.
We also learned how to make crepes and a cream cheese filling from scratch. Remember to “beat it” and “whisk it real good.”
After 90 minutes of cooking, we couldn’t wait to taste the dishes. The food was delicious.
At Taste Buds Kitchen, we learned, laughed and cooked. So “have a knife day” and take a cooking class with family or friends. Adult classes are $79 per person. Check out the Taste Buds Kitchen schedule here.
“I’m not a chef. But I’m passionate about food – the tradition of it, cooking it, and sharing it.” – Zac Posen
Looks like you all had fun in your cooking class! The dishes you prepared look great. I bet they taste awesome, too. 🙂
This cooking class looks and sounds like so much fun! One day I’ll have to visit and try it out. The food you guys made looks delicious. It looks like it could be on one of the shows on The Food Network!
What a fun experience, and one that you could do with friends or family! I’d love to try out a cooking class, and this one looks just perfect!
Cooking classes are always so fun. I would love to visit one day and take a class. The food looks delicious by the way.
This sounds like such a lot of fun. I have always wanted to attend one of those cooking classes. Would be such fun to do for sure.
Wow the dish looks delicious and that’s was a fun cooking class you had. Love the smiles in you guys face.
This looks and sounds wonderful! What a fun learning and bonding activity!
Sounds like a great and fun activity to do with friends..! Thanks for sharing your pictures, you are all so pretty..!
Oh my, I always wanted to try attending a cooking class. Looks really fun and everyone looks they enjoyed it so much.
This looks like a fun cooking class. I always dreamed of learning how to cook and this class is really perfect for me.
This kitchen looks super organized and efficient. Does every student get their own cooking area and hot plate?
I remember the first time I attended a cooking class but your culinary kitchen is a lot more better. The dishes you prepared looks so delicious!
Wow! This place looks so incredible and teach everyone how to properly cook and prepare food. Thank you for introducing this to us.
You had a lot of fun . Your face look so happy. It is a great activities on you spare time .