Yes, you could take a cooking class from one of those “big schools” – you know, the ones with the fancy utensils and overly poofy chef’s hats. But how much can you really learn by simply watching from a table with 30 other people? Research (okay, my psych-major daughter) says that if you’re like most people, the answer is almost nothing. My classes, on the other hand, are 3 hours of fun, food and hands-on learning, in a very small setting (1-4 students). They range from the very basics, to the very advanced!
- Gift Certificates are available and make wonderfully unique gifts for:
Weddings/Anniversaries: remember, food is love!
Graduations: send your grad into the world with the ability to cook more than instant ramen
Birthdays: a fun and different way to celebrate – same delicious food, but no restaurant crowds or noise!
Mothers/Fathers Day: so much better than another tie or manicure
Class prices start at $200 (total) for 1-4 people (divide that by 4 people and it comes to only $50 per person) and that includes all food, recipes, and approximately 3 hours of hands-on instruction. All of the food you prepare is yours to take home...be sure to bring some "to go" containers!
How about a party at your home?
Wouldn’t it be nice if all you had to do for your next party was choose the date and the guest list (okay, easier said than done) and the rest would magically be done for you?? Call EATSIES and that’s exactly what will happen, with me as your trusty fairy godmother!
I’ll bring the party to you with a hands-on cooking class, where your guests will not only learn to cook, but will actually prepare the entire meal! Buying chips and dip is SO last year.
BEST Cooking Classes: Eatsies
"Sample menus are available on her website, featuring dishes like chocolate lava cakes, Pad Thai with rice noodles and chicken, and homemade grilled flatbreads. Whether it’s a winter soup class, a dessert party, an all appetizers, or a beginner’s course, Teri is sure to put together a menu that will delight your kids. If your little ones want to dive deeper into culinary education, she also offers cooking camps for kids and teens, often available in the summertime. Chef Teri of Eatsies hosts custom classes for small groups in her La Jolla home. The three-hour classes can accommodate up to four people and are priced per class, making the experience very affordable if you fill up a class with three or four hungry kids or teens. She’ll also bring the class to you, packing up the ingredients, tools, and recipes and hosting as many people as you’d like. Her fun attitude and easy-to-follow instructions are perfect for kids, whether it’s for a casual Saturday afternoon cooking lesson or a birthday party."
-From "The Spruce Eats" 02/22/21
"I’m torn between wanting to tell everyone and wanting to tell no one about Chef Teri…. My 11-year-old and my 14-year-old recently took 2 cooking classes with Chef Teri, each with a small group of their friends, for a total of 4 different classes and 14 different girls. All the girls had a blast, and they came home with the confidence and skills to cook these items for themselves. We’re talking fresh, healthy, delicious, ethnically varied food that you would learn how to make in an adult cooking class. I’m a big fan." -Tara N., La Jolla, CA