* Cooking Class Schedule and Class Reviews

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by Linda.


Here’s a list of upcoming cooking classes that Linda will be leading in the San Francisco Bay Area.

PUBLIC COOKING CLASSES

My Cooking Classes that are open to the public are held once a month through the Asian Melting Pot series at the Cooking School at Cavallo Point.  The resort is just across the Golden Gate Bridge at Sausalito.  Named one of the top ten resort cooking schools in the world by Fox News, the school has an impeccable kitchen, and an amazing staff.   As part of the Asian melting Pot program, we visit a region of Asia each month.

 

 

In addition, I also teach once a month at 18 Reasons in the Mission.  18 Reasons is a community dedicated to the discovery of good food.  A non-profit, and a member of the Bi Rite family, 18 Reasons supports the Cooking Matters program that brings health and nutrition classes to low income families in the Bay Area.  The public classes are usually attended by the foodie aficianados of the city looking to discover and connect through good food.

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PRIVATE COOKING CLASSES with customized menu are also available.  Class fees is +/- $75 a head depending on menu and class size, with a minimum per class of $500.   To schedule a private class, please contact us.

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CLASS REVIEWS Our past clients tell our story the best!  Read what they have to say below and, if you had a chance to attend one of Linda’s classes in the past, please drop us a review here.  Also, see Kitchit reviews here.



7 Responses to “Cooking Class Schedule and Class Reviews”

  1. Ophelia Yeung Says:

    I took Linda’s class last April. It was my very first cooking class and a fabulous experience. We prepared a full range of Pan-Asian dim sum and noodles. It’s quite unbelievable that in such a short time, we made several kinds of dumplings rolling our own dough, and created mung bean noodles from scratch. Even though I consider myself a fairly experienced person in my kitchen I learned very interesting fine motor techniques from Linda’s demonstrations, including on dicing, skinning, peeling and rolling different types of dough. I also especially enjoyed her animated and humorous stories about the traditions and the special meaning of the dishes.

  2. Louise Christofferson Says:

    Linda, Thanks for the fun cooking class “Indian Made Easy” at Sur La Table. The food was delicious, the atmosphere fun and the teaching-great. I am an experienced cook but still learned new skills and got some yummy recipes which I plan to cook this week for my family.

  3. Bernie Says:

    Took Linda’s Gluten-Free South East Asian class this week and I have to say if you need to be gluten free and have despaired at your choices for food, this is the class for you. If you don’t need a gluten-free class, this is the class for you too. The salmon red curry was a breeze and I’m now a convert to home made Pad Thai.

    Looking forward to more classes, Linda.

  4. David & Diane Says:

    We recently took an enjoyable and worthwhile cooking class from Linda, “Easy Chinese at Home”. We both learned new techniques and were introduced to new tools by Linda in a fun, hands-on way through a team cook-off making 5 dishes in 2+ hours. The stir-fried honey walnut shrimp we made tasted better than you’ll find at most restaurants!

  5. Kimberley Corbett Says:

    For our small office holiday party, we took Linda’s “Flavor Explosions” class. Linda was great! Very hands on, knowledgeable, and fun! Our entire office had a great time, learned a lot, and enjoyed lots of yummy food!

  6. Carol Singer Says:

    My family and I spent a wonderful evening with Linda cooking a Pan Asian dinner. There were 7 of us with different skill ranges. Linda managed the class in a very professional way. She was well organized, had all our stations set up with ingredients and recipes. Each team cooked 2-3 dishes. Before the class, Linda spent a little time with some great techniques including knife skills, peeling a manago, and an easy way to peel ginger. During the 2 hours of cooking, Linda moved quickly from one group to the other helping each of us as we needed help. The meal turned out just delicious! The recipes and presentation were just gorgeous! Our family had a wonderful time, and I highly recommend Linda as well as doing this with your family or friends as a great evening!

  7. Carol Singer Says:

    I am the other other Carol Singer in the family mentioned above(there are 2 of us, thus 2 reviews). Linda’s class was fabulous! She was well organized and taught us some great skills. She was incredibly helpful and made the class really fun. She came to my house and brought all the necessary ingredients and cooking supplies and even cleaned everything up while we dined. The food came out great and we now have some wonderful recipes to make for other special occasions. I highly recommend her classes.

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