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Old 12-02-2011, 06:11 PM   #1
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Learn to cook a dish sessions?

I'm not too clear on what these sessions would be called, but I was just wondering if there were any of these sessions held in Richmond or Vancouver, where singles or couples could just learn to cook one dish from a chef.

If you aren't sure what I am referring to, it's like that scene in "Hitch" where Will Smith and his date went to a warehouse and they were learning to cook a certain dish, I don't quite remember the exact settings.

THANKS!

BTW I am not looking for classes or anything more than a few sessions if needed even that.
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Old 12-02-2011, 06:17 PM   #2
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If you have basic knife skills, then youtube is all you will need. If not, you can get them there too.
I pretty much learned everything I know by youtube and food network.

Not to say a real chef wouldn't have more insight or the setting might be cool for a date, but in terms of just learning to cook, youtube is already overkill.
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Thanks for your input, but I was asking because I wanted to attend these sessions with friends.
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I don't remember the exact name of the place but there is one in vancouver. They host different cuisine types on certain days.

Google it up.
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ive been to the dirty apron and it was pretty fun.
4 hours hands on, great ingredients (when i went the main protein was berkshire pork loin), wine included with each course, and really nice instructors.
a little steep at around 150pp, but its 4 hours and the portions are large enough for you to take home and eat for at least another meal or two.
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Thanks for your input, but I was asking because I wanted to attend these sessions with friends.
Depends on how many friends, I know my friend had a christmas party at Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (granville island). They made their dinner then ate it.
Heard it was a lot of fun.
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