Are you looking to improve your cooking skills? Well, it’s time for you to jump online and take some virtual cooking classes. We’ve put together a roundup of some of our favorites being offered — and they include classes from local and not-so-local chefs.
Why Take Virtual Cooking Classes
Let’s face it, we’ve been spending a lot of time inside — and things have gotten a bit monotonous. Add some spice to your every day by attending a virtual cooking class right in your own kitchen. These classes are often free — and cater to all sorts of ability levels. You’ll broaden your knowledge, learn new techniques and taste your way around the world (or at least around your kitchen).
Where to Find Virtual Cooking Classes
8338 W State Road 84, Davie
Executive Chef Jorge Montes has taken his Davie cooking school and brought it online. You can watch his live cooking demonstrations on the Roho Kitchen facebook page, as well as access the video archives. Live classes are held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and on Saturdays at 2 p.m. Roho Kitchen also offers take-out meals with curbside pick-up Monday through Friday.
Known for everything culinary, William-Sonoma has an excellent archive of cooking videos for you to enjoy. From making the perfect Healthy Diner Omelet to building a cheese plate, you will perfect your skills in no time.
Enjoy a weekly virtual cooking class series via The Galleria Mall’s Facebook page. “Cooking with The Galleria” will go live on Facebook. For upcoming classes, visit their Facebook page — and click over to videos to see past classes.
Chef and owner of Caja Caliente, Mika Leon, is hosting a series of Instagram Live cooking classes, called Casa Caliente. These take place every Tuesday and Saturday at noon. You can head over to Mika’s Instagram account
to check out the lives and their IGTV channel for past episodes and learn to make dishes like Café con Leche French toast and a breakfast sandwich.
1 West Las Olas Blvd Suite #100
Tune into TRP Live’s Instagram page for live cooking demonstrations by chef Lyndsey Waters on Mondays and Wednesdays at 11 a.m. These classes are straight and to the point and clock in at less than 10 minutes. Featured recipes have included: Tortilla Española!, Spring Risotto, Chicky Chickpea Soup and more. These virtual cooking classes can be viewed live, on @TRPtaste’s IGTV
channel or on their Facebook page
Janna Saltz, editorial director at Delish, hosts virtual cooking classes for kids every weekday at 1 p.m. EST. Prior to the show, just go to their Instagram page
(stories) to get a list of ingredients — and voila, you’ll have everything to cook alongside Janna. If you miss the show, the video will be up for 24 hours.
Pastry Chef and Founder of Milk Bar
Add a little sweetness to your life with Pastry Chef Christina Tosi’s daily Baking Club. Every day, she’ll post the ingredients for the following day’s recipe and at 2 p.m. the following day, she goes live on Instagram. Expect to see recipes for sweet treats (mostly) like Fruit Bars, Upside Down Apple Cake and more.
One of my favorite sites to learn just about anything is Skillshare — cooking classes included. While there is a monthly subscription fee ($8.25-$15), you can get your first two months for free — with no obligation to stay longer than that.
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