Duration: 3 hours; $85; Perfect Pizza Making: If you've been searching for Boston's best slice of pie, look no further because you'll soon be making it in your kitchen. One of the simplest dishes to make, and one of the simplest to mess up, pizza making starts with the dough and ends... with the dough. So if you're struggling to mold your dough, or make your crust crisp, then look no further than this pizza extravaganza. During this cooking adventure, learn how to make a quick homemade crust. (It's so easy it'll only take five minutes!) From there, you'll make four versatile sauces. Spice 'em up the way you like. More garlic? Done. Finally, top off your pie and bake it. Mangia! If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, please note them in special requests.
Create a perfect homemade pizza crust in five minutes
Make four versatile pizza sauces and spruce 'em up any way you like
Add delicious toppings and bake your perfect pizza
Note: Dishes may vary based on the season and availability of ingredients. This class is vegetarian
Duration: 3 hours; $85; Cooking Fish: Whether you don't know how to cook it, or you're bored with fish and a squirt of lemon, come and explore the bounty of the sea available in New England. Oh yes, fish paradise! Class begins with a lesson in finding a good fish market in your area, and how to buy the freshest fish for your palate. After that, take to the kitchen and cook up some salmon teriyaki, trout in almonds, and even an exquisite swordfish. Fish shouldn't be fishy from your kitchen. It should be fresh and delicious. Make it happen! If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, please note them in special requests.
Learn how to find a good fish market and what to examine when you shop for fresh fish
Cook up a collection of unique dishes, including salmon, trout, and even swordfish
Taste your creations featuring these New England essentials
Note: The dishes cooked will vary based on the season and availability of ingredients
Duration: 3 hours; $85; Knife Skills: Fresh ingredients in hand, you grab the knife and prepare to slice. It's your finger, ouch! Whether you're struggling to not cut your finger or you can't differentiate between chop and mince, your stress will end. Just cut it out! Join Helen's Kitchen Cooking School and learn to slice, dice, and mince in a casual, supportive environment. Class begins with a discussion about which knives are used for which cuts, how to shop for a decent knife in any price range, and proper sharpening and caring for your knives. To practice, you'll prepare a scrumptuous vegetarian dinner that may include fennel orange salad, potato leek soup, and possibly even a classic ratatouille. Cut out and change your knife habits. Your meals, and fingers, will thank you. If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, please note them in special requests.
Learn how to properly slice, dice, and mince in a supportive environment
Prepare a delicious meal filled with veggie dishes to practice your newfound cutting skills
Discuss which knives are used to perform which cuts, how to shop for knives, and proper knife care
Note: This class is vegetarian
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations at least two weeks in advance are eligible for a full refund minus a $15 processing fee. Cancellations between 4-14 days are eligible for a 50% future credit or refund. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations within four days prior to the scheduled class.