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ZOOM COOKING CLASSES—ARE THEY WORTH TAKING?



I took a Zoom class taught by chef Dale Talde of Goosefeather restaurant in Tarrytown, NY, and was surprised at how much I enjoyed the experience. What could be bad about learning a new skill that concludes with a great dish that’s ready to eat?


I started teaching Zoom classes, when I realized that there is something memorable about a group of people, each in their own kitchens, all cooking the same thing at the same time.


"The class was terrific. Everything was very clear and easy to understand. Nice people. Adeline did an amazing job and I could see everything on camera very well. There’s no way I could’ve made this on my own. I’m so happy I got to attend the class and I can’t wait for the next one! Thank you!" –Jane Hamill

I relish the challenge of exposing techniques that are presumed to be difficult and informing why and how they are actually easy. It turns out that Zoom’s visuality makes it easy to demonstrate and resolve issues as they come up.


"I finally learned how to make pie crust! Thanks to Adeline's class I DID IT! And it was easy." -Arlene Vaquer

Until I taught my first Zoom class, I really wasn’t certain if I could pull it off. I was thrilled to discover that it worked and best of all I absolutely love teaching the classes.


"I loved your class!! My chili came out great and the flavors were so enticing with a little spice. Thank you. It’s my new recipe. John loved it." —Cathy Nyhan

What I wasn’t expecting was that the group affiliation made me feel like I was hosting a party. And I love to entertain!


I am amazed at how effectual Zoom cooking classes are—getting together over food is about way more than cooking. Come to my party!


 

Join me:


Sunday, January 22 at 4 pm ET for soup time. We are making Lentil Soup. Sign up HERE.


Sunday, February 5 at 4 pm ET for Rustic Caramel Apple Pie and it starts with making your own flaky pie crust*. Sign up HERE.


Coming up on Sunday, February 19, at 4 pm ET I’m teaching my quiche recipe. It’s the best quiche recipe out there! You don’t want to miss it. You'll also be making your own pie crust*. Find out MORE


*Trust me, pie crust is easy to make, I'll show you how.


Want to gather with your friends?

They don’t have to live next to you; meet them on Zoom, I'll help you choose the recipes, then gather on Zoom and learn to cook together.


Some interesting facts you should know. . .

  • If you can't attend in person, no problem, sign up and we will send you the video.

  • Are you vegetarian? Don't miss out, I'll send you the recipe with meat substitutes.

I look forward to seeing you on Sunday.

 



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