Name
Type
RATES
Activity
Price
 
 
SCHEDULE
Dates
 - 
Filter
Sort By:   
Showing 1 - 10
 
out of 23
On the left map, we grouped Activities that are located close to each other into small circles. Now, you can locate all Activities on the map at the same time. You can also drag & zoom the map.

Circle numbers - Count of Activities that are located in and around that circle.

Colored circles - Activities that are displayed in the list below.

Grey circles - Activities that are displayed on next page(s).

Half colored circles - Some Activities in that circle appear in the list below and some on next page(s).

Click on circles to zoom in or highlight Activities .
page 1 out of 3
 (2)
There is no doubt that sushi has become increasingly popular worldwide and has remained a classic dish perfect for afternoon get-togethers and evenings out with friends. ... more
You now have the opportunity to learn the tips and tricks to basic sushi making by preparing
these delectable creations while also learning about the culture from which they emerged.

From learning to simply cut fish for nigiri to setting up beautiful plates, you'll get one step
closer to becoming a sushi master! You'll also get to try some classic Japanese appetizers,
including cucumber sesame and tuna avocado salads. Fish selection will potentially include
salmon, walu, tuna, albacore, tai (snapper), tobiko (flying fish roe), ebi (shrimp),
aji (mackerel), and ika (squid).
 (3)
Chef Daniel designed this class to be both culinarily pleasing and comprehensive in covering cooking fundamentals. Experienced in a diverse range of cuisines, Chef Daniel is a true ... moreexpert in combining
flavor profiles and designing exceptionally creative food.

This class covers how to make fresh pasta dough and shapes through a menu encompassing a fantastic
chicken and ricotta cappelletti stuffed pasta with a rich chicken bolognese, a peppery insalata bianca,
and more.
 (2)
Learn to make traditional dishes from the south of France! In this cooking class, Chef Phoebe will teach you how to prepare some classic southern French dishes. ... more

Having lived and studied in Paris, Chef Phoebe is well-versed in French cuisine. You'll learn traditional dishes like pissaladière, a classic savory tart, and bouillabaisse, a seafood stew. You'll end the meal with the perfect dessert--crème caramel!

Guests are welcome to bring their own wine to enjoy with the class and dinner to follow.
Patty and Marc put a twist on traditional dumpling houses by creating vegetable infused skins, various organic fillings and they bring their own unique personalities to the process! ... moreThey are always working together to develop new and delicious creations.
From Holy Trinity to the complexity of a Roux, book and learn how to pull this complex dish together. Gumbo comes in all varieties imaginable, so we can come together prior to the ... moreclass to create what you like. Boston is my home via Bayou La Batre, AL. and my roots are all Bayou. Growing up the son of a shrimp boat captain in a fishing village, we always had an abundance of seafood dishes prepared by Mama. After living in Boston for 14+ years, I've come to realize that chefs here just don't know how to make authentic Gulf Coast Cuisine, so I'm sharing my knowledge the best way I can by teaching folks how to make Gumbo.
Beth Kirsch seeks to impart her love of chocolate by inviting others to learn how to make their own incredible creations via her Selfup class. This is one of the most fulfilling cooking ... moreclasses in Boston available and is also a wonderful way to learn more about the particular passion harbored within this Boston chef.

“My goal when making artisan chocolates is to create confections which look beautiful, taste extraordinary and offer a moment of pure bliss when you first experience them,” states Kirsch. Unlike her competition, Kirsch is a truly amazing Boston chef in that she is seeking to incorporate the entire experience in her classes, not just going for pure taste alone. She understands that people enjoy their food more when it is visually appealing, and thus, she seeks to make sure that you will learn to create confections that are both beautiful and unbelievably tasty!

In the class, Kirsch brings people together by creating a fun environment in which they can learn about the basics of chocolate before creating their own works of art which they are able to take home to share with their friends and family. “When I teach people how to make chocolates during my Self Up class, they always leave amazed at what they’ve created in just one afternoon,” Kirsch says. It is a wonderful opportunity to bring a group of people together, whether for a private function to celebrate a special occasion or simply as a unique idea for an anniversary or date night!
This is one of the most intriguing cooking classes in Boston you will ever find! Not only do you have the opportunity to learn directly from Chef Walker’s experiences and travels, ... moreyou will literally learn how to take apart an entire animal!

While most butchering classes will only teach you how to obtain certain cuts of meat, in Chef Walker’s class, absolutely nothing goes to waste. You work with every part of the animal, from head to tail, learning the best preparation and cooking methods for each and every cut of meat you obtain.

The whole butchery not only promotes a greater respect for the animal you are utilizing, it encourages creativity, as you will be working with cuts of meat that may not be familiar to you! In this class, Chef Walker brings people together for an incredible evening of education mixed with information and of course, fun.
Join Chef Perreira for a memorable evening with classic Italian fare. As part of this custom cooking activity, you will learn how to make fresh pasta, Italian sauces, and much more.... more

Celio Pereira, who spent 17 years at Mamma Maria, to oversee the kitchen. Their aim is to put a fresh spin on simple dishes, and some highlights will include wagyu beef polpette, pappardelle with wild-boar ragu and Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven brought in from Naples, Italy.
The benefit for parents is long lasting Kids go home after this class they start cooking on their own . us usually they start cooking the recipeds that we have made in the classs , ... morebut i get testitmonty after testimonty of paretns that saying that their kids are more interested in cooking and they cooking by thesmelves the resipec that we have made here, and the time goes on prolly month or later we start gettin testimonials that kids are brenching out and being creative with cooking. they but kids get more intereted in cooking the recipes that we have made here , kids brenching out and making different foods. and you get kids cooking they are so proud of themselves that they can make dinner. The best test I have got is when parents say their son or daughter have made dinner for themselves and this is what it is all about.
Join Chef Perreira for a memorable evening with classic Italian fare. As part of this custom cooking activity, you will learn how to make fresh pasta, Italian sauces, and much more.... more

Celio Pereira, who spent 17 years at Mamma Maria, to oversee the kitchen. Their aim is to put a fresh spin on simple dishes, and some highlights will include wagyu beef polpette, pappardelle with wild-boar ragu and Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven brought in from Naples, Italy.