Virtual Cooking Classes
Join Chef Christy from the comfort of your own kitchen! With the Ingredient and Equipment Lists provided to you in advance, you’ll be able to cook along from home, or watch and take notes to recreate the dishes alater on. Keep it private, or have your friends and family join in from their own locations too! Great for virtual birthday parties or bridal showers, or even family and club meetings!
60 – 90 minute Private Class – 2-3 recipes $190
2 hour Private Class – 3-4 recipes $225
3 hour Private Class – 4-6 recipes $285
Prices are for classes from 1-6 people. For Groups of 7 and above – add $100
What You’ll Need:
- Wi-Fi or Internet Access
- A compatible device (a computer or tablet with a bigger screen than a phone is best). You might also need a stand or some way to mount the device.
- A kitchen equipped with standard equipment and pantry. Check here for Chef Christy’s Basic Kitchen Equipment List to see what you might need to stock up on!
- With the Ingredients and Equipment List provided ahead of time, you’ll shop for your ingredients and do whatever prep work is indicated.
- You will be provided with an exclusive Zoom link. Sign in 5 minutes prior to class time and have a great time cooking with Chef Christy!
Subject to Availability
Classroom Visit – 1 hour $250 (includes food tasting items)
In-Home Cooking Class – 3 hours, starts at $450, depening on the chosen menu
Culinary Lifestyle Coach – 1/2 hour $65
1/2 hour of one-on-one Ask Chef Christy time. Perfect for those new to cooking, or for those facing dietary challenges and lifestyle changes due to health. Subscribe to this Patreon Membership to receive monthly Coaching sessions along with several other exciting benefits!
Click HERE for my upcoming Class and Event Schedule!
For information about my upcoming homeschool classes, please check out the LEAD Homeschool website. You can also keep up with my events via my Facebook page at: Chef Christy – ATL.
Give the Gift of Cooking!
Looking for a perfect gift for newlyweds? Worried for a college student headed off to cook for themselves for the first time? Have a loved one that is facing changes to their diet? Let Chef Christy show your support for their new lifestyle by helping them along their healthy path!
Treat your loved ones to a personalized consultation or cooking class designed to accommodate even the most challenging of diets.
Gift Certificates now available. Contact: email@example.com
Group Cooking Classes
1.5 -3 hrs. Cooking Classes (Limit 6 students for hands-on instruction. A demonstration-type class works well for larger groups).
Cooking classes can be a great way to spice up a party, get your far-flung family together, encourage healthy eating at home, or create a team-building exercise for work or volunteer groups.
*Please notify your instructor of any food allergies at least 72 hours ahead of time.*
An essential class for anyone who works in or around a kitchen, from beginners to those that just want a refresher. Have confidence in your ability to safely and accurately use a sharp knife, know what to look for when purchasing a good knife, and learn how to keep it sharp and maintained. 60-90 minutes Check out a Sample Ingredient and Equipment List here!
Profiles in Flavor
Join Chef Christy on a tour of cuisines from around the world! These ingredient-driven classes feature the components that make up the traditional elements of each style of cuisine. In addition to Ingredient and Equipment Lists to cook along at home, each class will include additional cultural information about the climate, geography, and people that make the cuisine of that region unique.
Each class will feature a shopping list of seasonings, condiments and ingredients to have on hand in your pantry to be able to cook authentically-flavored dishes.
Cuisine topics to choose from include: American Regional (15 different regions), African, Caribbean, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Latin American, Spanish, Thai, Vegetarian, Oceania, and more!
Understanding Natural Foods
This class will introduce students to natural vs. synthetic processing; discuss specific characteristics of various grains, beans, sweeteners, and more; discuss a range of diet choices and how to combine them to create the right plan for you; explore the importance of vitamins and supplementation; the significance of using organic foods; the ins and outs of oils and fats; and many other fascinating food topics.
A must-have class for anyone working in the Natural Foods world, or for those that want a comprehensive look at the types of foods considered “natural”. 2 sessions, 3 hours total
Gluten Free Grains
The co-author of “Gluten-Free Entertaining” along with dozens of classes about gluten-free cooking, Chef Christy has been following a gluten-free lifestyle since 2004, and has made all of the mistakes! If you are exploring a gluten-free diet (or other dietary challenges), Ask Chef Christy about classes tailored to those needs. Check out this video of Chef Christy describing a few common gf grains!
Start With the Basics: Understanding the Common Herbs
You hear about herbs all the time, but where do you go to find out how to use them? Identify and discuss safe wild and cultivated herbs known for medicinal uses in history and still known today. Common uses for herbs including mint, parsley, garlic, dill, rosemary and more will be discussed.
Overview – one 2-hour class; In-Depth Classes discussing 1-2 herbs per class also available. Ask Chef Christy firstname.lastname@example.org to determine the right class for you!
Cooking With Herbs
This class will discuss the uses of fresh and dried herbs and the foods they complement, along with hands-on demonstrations that will familiarize students with hot and cold food preparation, beverages, spice blends, and more.
Potions, Powders and Pomanders
Most herbs are effective as Tonics: not one-shot wonder drugs, but daily treatments over days or weeks. To ensure the quality of the herbal products you use, you can learn to make your own! Even if you are buying them prepared, having a working knowledge of the various forms that herbal products come in will help you make informed decisions. Sessions will include hands-on preparation of several types of herbal products.
4 or 8 class Sessions
Supply Box – get the essential tools and a few starter essential oils and herbs to make your first potions! $50 + shipping and handling
Historical cooking has been identified by the New York Times as one of the hottest trends of the year. Not just trendy; it’s fun and educational too!
Eras for exploration include Roman, Roman Britain, Viking, Medieval, Renaissance, Colonial, Victorian, Edwardian, and 20th Century.
An example of topics from the Medieval class: Medieval period foods; New World foods; Medieval feasting practices including Royal visits, banquet officers and feasting traditions; food preparation and the Humoral Theory. Methods of research and use of historical cooking texts and the difference between primary and secondary sources will be discussed.
Did you know there are 5 types of tastes? This workshop explores all the interesting characteristics of our tongue! We challenge our taste buds with a set of taste tests that help us identify all of our food. Be prepared to map your tongue, explore your tastes, take the Saliva Test and learn to accurately describe flavors and sensations. Perfect as a kid’s class, but adults always learn something too! (Limit 20 students)
The State of Georgia requires every food service establishment in the state to have at least one person on premises during hours of operation trained and certified for safe food handling. The National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe program is one of the top professional certification programs in the nation. Holding a current ServSafe certificate increases job opportunities and compensation rates. To view more details about this class offering click here.
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