CELEBRATE FOOD IN BOSTON

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$
80
/ Person
Activity:
Private
Type:
Vegan
 (3)
Chef Lisa's incredible opportunity to work in the culinary scene in France, left her with one lasting impression: the French know food because they truly love food.... more

In this class, you will become a French chef, as you discover how much you enjoy the meals that
are from this enchanting country. Prepare a featured dish of the day, known as Plats du Jour, just
as a traditional French bistro would serve. Learn how to balance your plate perfectly with something
sweet, salty, bitter, and pungent. Then, sit back and admire!

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class.
Always fresh
$
20
/ Person
Activity:
Couple
Type:
Italian
 (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.
Pasta with love
$
100
/ Person
Activity:
Group
Type:
Asian
 (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).
Make it awesome
$
50
/ Person
Activity:
Group
Type:
Vegan
 (1)
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. You now have ... morethe 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.
In vino veritas
$
100
/ Person
Activity:
Group
Type:
Asian
 (1)
Let an independent wine educator guide you through wine country. Instead of visiting several wineries without qualified and consistent guidance, offer your group a fulfilling culinary ... moreouting
that leaves you with significant insight.

Tours to wine country can be very commercial, with wineries speaking highly about all their wines
and leave visitors with little information about the principles of wine. The Sommelier Company will
provide you with essential wine knowledge that we discuss and put to the test together.
Spicy for life
$
100
/ Person
Activity:
Private
Type:
Mexican
 (1)
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.
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Food isn’t my passion. Food is my life.
The role of a chef isn’t to reinvent dishes but to tweak.
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A warm, lovely experience with a couple of other fellow travelers culminating in a delicious dinner by candlelight outside under the pergola. We tasted new delights like homemade lavender ice cream and crispy battered sage. The cook was warm and engaging, and we had a delightful time cooking together.
John Smith
Boston, MA
Selfup was hands down our favorite experience in Boston. We had two nights in Boston and decided to escape the typical tourist regimen and spend one of our nights with Joana and I am so glad we did. Joana's hospitality was incredible.
Mary Jane
Boston, MA
I took my friends to the chocolate dessert class for a bachelorette party. All of us walked out laughing and talking about how much fun we had. I've taken 2 classes here, both are excellent! I've taken classes for the same cost at a Sur La Table and you walk away not learning much.
Sean Combs
Boston, MA