Updated: Feb 13, 2020
Billie here with Epicurean Delights!
Have you ever taken a culinary cooking class and discovered that you weren’t cooking solo -- and with a complete stranger? I have and my experience with some of my co-cooks was, well, annoying.
There’s the couple who thought the food we prepped was their date night dinner. Seriously, a cooking class is not a full meal replacement – and you are supposed to share!
And then there’s the gal who took over the mixer in another class, which, by the way, turned in to an epic fail.
I prefer learning in a hands-on environment. There's no struggling with someone who doesn’t want to divvy up the different steps in the process or share the rewards of our efforts.
If you're looking for a hands-on experience, then you’ll want to take one of Michele’s classes.
First and foremost, Michele loves teaching. Her passion shines in each of her student's faces.
It’s important to her that everyone walk out of class feeling like they have learned something – and are proud of their results!
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Learn how to make savory quick breads like cream scones and Irish Soda bread (just in time for St. Patrick's Day!) in Michele’s The Art of Quick Breads series at the Ultimate Baker Kitchen in Redmond, WA beginning February 16, 2020.
Do you want to learn the basics of cake?
Join Michele at the Ultimate Baker Kitchen for her Art of Baking series beginning February 18, 2020.
Ready to take your cake decorating to the next level? Enroll in The Art of Cake Decorating series at the Ultimate Baker Kitchen.
You can find a complete list of Michele’s classes on the Hands on & Series Classes page on Epicurean Delights.
Keep learning! If you can’t make any of the in-person classes, go to the Educate page on Epicurean Delights and take a look at all the video and pictorial learning opportunities.