What better way to learn the craft this World Food Week than to learn from the experts?
Bring your cooking skills to a new level
Start experimenting with food and start learning more about the art by booking a class. Sometimes joining a class can teach you something as simple as chopping an onion, or something more complex such as baking a souffle.
Either way, no matter the level or the expertise you're already at, you are always bound to learn something. So click down below to go to a web search that can filter your preferences of when, where, with who and what type of class, so that you are sure to attend the best class for you.
Here are a few pointers you should try answering before deciding on your cooking class:
1. Be sure you want to be there. Don't book a whole month's classes because it sounds fun. A little interest in the subject would be ideal to truly benefit from it.
2. Which style of class do you prefer? Demonstration (where the chef simply demonstrates the technique), Hands-On (everyone joins in and cooks along with the chef) and Workshop (which is a longer class--usually a day-- teaching each step one by one).
3.Make sure the level is right for you. Especially if you book a hand-on class, the chef won't pay attention to you constantly so you need to ensure you know some basics.
4. Check that the class is equipped. If the have a lot of equipment, then the quality of the class is bound to be much better, even if the building may not look as chic.
For a few more tips on making the perfect choice, click here.