Where to Go for 1-Day Cooking Classes + Culinary Lessons

We list down some places where you can hone your kitchen smarts.

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If culinary school can’t fit into your schedule (or your budget) for now, you can still learn how to be a better cook and kitchen expert with 1-day classes. From vegetarian dishes to coffee education, here are 3 places you can check out to hone your cooking skills and kitchen know-how:


Also read: 15 Cooking Schools for Short Courses
 
Marmalade Kitchen
Where: Forum South Global, 7th Avenue corner Federacion Avenue, Taguig. Tel. No. 622-9196 or 0917-8370959
Fees: P2,000 per class/ session.
 
Chef Aileen Anastacio’s Marmalade Kitchen at Bonifacio Global City isn’t just a spot for comfort food and desserts, it’s also a space for her cooking classes and seminars. Learn from the pastry chef and join her 1-day culinary classes to polish your cooking smarts or learn how to make new dishes and desserts:


May 29: Favorite Fruit Pies
May 31: Everyday Easy Meals
 
 
Coffee Education at Yardstick Coffee
Where: 106 Esteban Street, Legaspi Village, Makati. Tel. No. 845-0073.
Fees: Varies per class

From espresso fundamentals to courses like “tasting specialty coffee”, Yardstick Coffee’s classes will lure the coffee-curious and the java fans alike. Make a reservation or e-mail Yardstick Coffee at [email protected]
 
Drink Different, An Intro to Specialty (P500/ student)
June 7 or 28; June 11 or 25


Tasting Specialty Coffee (P880/student)
June 10 or 24; June 14


Brewing Coffee at Home (P980/ student)
June 12 or 26; June 28


Espresso Fundamentals (P3,800/student)
June 8, 15, or 29; June 30
 
 
 
25 Mushrooms Kitchen
Where: Valle Verde 5 Village Park, Pasig City. Tel. No. 631-4822, 0917-8272525
Fees: Lessons start at P1,000/ day.


25 Mushrooms holds 1-day classes for foodies who want to learn the basics of cooking or for those who want to improve their skills. From vegetarian dishes to Easy Desserts class, 25 Mushrooms lets you pick the classes (and the dishes) you want to learn. They also have classes to train household help.
 
May 30: Japanese dishes
June 5: All-day Breakfast
June 10: No-Carb Diet
June 11: Filipino Comfort Food
June 12: Optimum Health
June 17: Indian Cuisine
June 18: Flat Bread and Pastas
June 19: Vietnamese
June 24: Greek cuisine
June 26: Seafood
 
 
 Photo from yardstickcoffee.com

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