5 Cooking Classes You Can Take on Skillshare
Do you have some extra time off for the end of the year? Besides catching up on books and friends, why not take a cooking class! A new series of online classes called “Think Like a Chef” on Skillshare includes mini cooking classes where experts walk you through a lesson and help you with a project assignment. So go ahead: Work with a new cut of meat, learn how to make pickles, and get inspiration from a painting for your next recipe.
If you’re new to Skillshare, it’s an online learning community where experts in their field share their skills and insights. Skillshare is free for one hour a month of classes, and after that, it’s just $8 a month for unlimited access.
I’ve included the intro video to each series so you can get a feel for the class. What do you have to lose?
MEAT: Select, Prepare, and Enjoy Your Favorite Cuts – Patrick LaFrieda
Pat Lafrieda walks you through a trove of different cuts of meats in this class. Your assignment is to prepare a cut of meat you’ve never worked with.
Show Us Your Balls: Meatball Making with The Meatball Shop – Daniel Holzman
Meatballs are relatively easy to make. Great meatballs that taste like your long-lost grandmother’s recipe, however, take practice. Daniel Holzman shows you the ropes.
Brine Time: Pickle Like a Pro – Travis Grillo
Pickles are trendy. Learn how to make the best with the help of a master.
Culinary Immersion: Recreating Regional Cuisine – Andy Ricker
Andy Ricker is the mad genius behind the Pok Pok empire and cookbook. Want to learn how to make great regional food? Start with a single dish that inspires you.
Inspired Cooking: Creating Dishes from Art – Paul Liebrandt
Looking to get creative in your cooking? Do you love art? This is the class for you.