Top Five Cooking Classes in Miami
Listen up, gourmands: Favorite restaurants no longer indicate status. Sure, you may have a special table at Michy's. You can list past James Beard winners by heart, schmooze with top chefs, and toady up to sommeliers. But, really, no one cares anymore.
Biltmore Culinary Academy Fancy cooking lessons at the Biltmore.
Today's epicureans must exit restaurant dining rooms and step into the kitchen. They must cook with ghee, debone a chicken, and fire up a wok.
What follows is a list of Miami's top five cooking classes. Enroll in these lessons. Fillet a fish, make gnocchi, churn your own ice cream. Build your street cred as a legit bon vivant.
5. Cooking with Kids Miami
Cooking With Kids Miami These kids sure know how to have fun.
Kids love coloring on freshly-painted walls with Sharpies. They love macaroni necklaces and eating glue. But Maria T. Cummins, a Venezuelan-native who launched Cooking With Kids Miami, also wants kids to love sun-dried tomato hummus and freshly-made flat breads. In her cooking classes, Miami's youth learns about grilled vegetable skewers and turkey burgers. They can even attend a four-week summer camp program entitled "Etiquette for Boys and Girls" ($125) where they master full course table manners and proper party behavior. Consider it a "Preemptive Pata Sucia Intervention" program. Enough said.
Price per Summer Favorites class: $35
9105 SW 115th Terr, Palmetto Bay, FL