We offer cooking classes for individuals and groups. All classes are taught by Bethany, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). Topics vary based upon the needs and interest of the individual or group.
Here are a few of the group classes that we offer:
- Back to the Basics
- We cover basic cooking skills such as knife skills, how to read and follow a recipe, how to cook from scratch (including how to cook a whole chicken and make stock), how to plan real food menus and how to shop for real food on a budget.
- We will prepare dishes for 2 different real food dinner meal and will sample delicious homemade foods throughout the class.
- 4-5 hour class
- Going with the Grain
- We discuss the benefits of real whole grains, introduce the grain mill, discuss how to select and store grains, demonstrate how to mill grain into flour, and show you how to incorporate freshly milled flour into many different types of baked goods.
- We will sample delicious baked goods throughout the class.
- 4-5 hour class
Want to plan a private class for yourself or for your small group?
Bethany would be delighted to design a fun and interactive learning opportunity geared toward your needs!
A private cooking school is perfect for a family event, girl’s night, birthday outing, small group outing, bridesmaid’s party, or office party!
Bethany can host in our Ingrained Kitchen on our Farm or she can teach at your location.
Contact Bethany at Bethany@ingrainedliving.com to schedule your private class today!
Individual cooking classes are also available.
Gift certificates are available for either individual or group or cooking school and would be an excellent gift for anyone, especially a recent graduate or bride to be!
For more information on our upcoming classes, contact Bethany at Bethany@ingrainedliving.com.
Here’s what people are saying:
Good Evening Bethany,Your class yesterday was awesome! I was so excited to get home and tell [my husband] all about it. You went above and beyond my expectations, and if and when you host another class, I want to bring my family and friends, room permitting of course.Thanks for the kefir instructions. I just now strained by kefir for the first time and thinking about making [my husband] a smoothie in the morning.Oh, by the way, as soon as I got home yesterday, we had a sandwich with the bread that we made and his stomach did not have any problems; no bloating or anything. And you know that I love the bread, but those muffins with the millet are the bomb. I think I’m gonna make those first!Take care Bethany, and I’m sure I’ll be sending out an SOS soon.Peggy, Tennessee