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The Good Life | Cooking Classes
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play chef for a day? I’m not talking about that meal kit that appears on your doorstep and contains exactly the right amount of saffron you need to make a gorgeously golden risotto. To really step into a chef’s shoes—or, Crocs™, in their case—you need an interactive, firsthand tutorial where you’re taught why there’s o much more to cooking than meets the plate.
Close the cookbooks, turn o; the You Tube videos, and let a gourmet expert take you on a delicious adventure.
No need to scan the internet to figure out where these one-of-a-kind culinary experiences exist. We’ve mapped out
some of the Southeast’s most popular cooking classes set in historic cities. Each of these towns are brimming with
fascinating background stories; not to mention an abundant number of restaurants where you can sip and sample
the roots of the land. With a superior dining scene comes a magnitude of brilliant chefs, and many long to share
their love for the kitchen by teaching you how to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.
The best part? You get to eat the homework.
If you’re buzzing around Savannah’s historic landmark district and looking for a lively way to take in the city’s
epicurean culture—700 Kitchen Cooking School has got to be on your list. They provide both individuals and groups
with exclusive personalized opportunities to engage in gastronomic escapades. In case that wasn’t enough of a luxury,
Getting Your Hands Dirty
Three Historic Cities Celebrated for
Hands-on Culinary Adventures By Fanny Slater