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Top 10 cooking classes in Atlantic City, NJ

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Serves Atlantic City, NJ
Stephen J. says, "We had the privilege of having Personal Chef Stephen Johnson prepare a very festive dinner for our family and our guests from Stockholm. Dinner was absolutely delicious and beautifully served. He advised the menu and selection of wine with high professionalism. Chef Johnson was complete from his manner and dress, food preparation, to cleaning work area." "With great pleasure we will invite him to cook for us in the future" Helena and George Fisher" Read more


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Serves Atlantic City, NJ
I'm gonna take the time to understand what your invidual needs/expectations are to maximize your time and experience. Whether you're looking for techniques in cooking, recipes, tips or just wanna cook and enjoy being in the kitchen as much as I do. Lets. Get. Cooking. Breaking bread (virtually or in person) is the best way to get to know people, hear their stories, understand their influences and just enjoy the most common of lifes greatest pleasures, eating good food, with good people . . . everyone is family at the dinner table!...


Serves Atlantic City, NJ
Miwanna K. says, "It was the best experience. My friends and I learned a lot while still having fun. The service was professional. Overall we had a great time." Read more
Chef Baker's Catering

Chef Baker's Catering

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Serves Atlantic City, NJ
Im a highschool educator and have worked in several restaurants across the world and i have plenty of exepierience with 1 on 1 instruction with studenta who have autism to adults looking to get in the industry... I can handle a class of 30if necessary Cooking made me who i am and i thank this industryfor what it jas done to and for me

Your cooking questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

Cooking classes cost $60 to $140 per person for a one-time in-person class or $200 to $500 for a class including three to five sessions where you'll learn to create different meals from a specific region or type of cuisine. Online cooking classes cost $20 to $100.

The cost of cooking classes depends on:

  • Class length
  • Group class vs. private lesson
  • Beginner or advanced skill level
  • Type of cuisine
  • Recipe difficulty
  • Chef's or instructor's reputation
  • Location
  • Hands-on vs. demonstration-only
  • Whether the class focuses on teaching a specific culinary technique or recipe or is a collaborative class where each student prepares one part of the overall menu

In-person cooking classes typically last 2 to 3 hours, depending on the class type and size, whether it's hands-on or demonstration-only, and the cuisine type. Most online cooking classes are 1 to 2 hours long.

Cooking classes range from introductory lessons that teach you basic culinary techniques to advanced classes that teach you how to prepare a five-course meal from scratch. Date night classes are a popular way to bond with your partner while learning how to prepare delicious meals.

Common cooking class types and topics include:

  • French cuisine
  • Italian cuisine
  • Asian cuisine
  • Vegetarian cuisine
  • Baking
  • Breadmaking
  • Handmade pasta
  • Sushi
  • Date night cooking class
  • Kids cooking class
  • Family cooking class
  • Knife skills

Tipping the instructor at a group cooking class is not expected. If you enjoy the class, post a positive review online and consider sharing photos and the school's information on social media.

For private classes from a chef, tip 15% to 25% for exemplary service.

A cooking class can help you master the basics, learn advanced culinary techniques, explore new ingredients and cuisines, and boost your confidence in the kitchen. Follow these tips to help you find the best class for you:

  • Decide whether you want to take a group class, date night class, or private lesson.
  • Choose a class focusing on the type of cuisine you want to create.
  • Read reviews from past students on Lessons and Google.
  • Confirm whether the class is hands-on or demonstration-only.
  • Ask about class size, schedule, and supplies needed.
  • Let the instructor know ahead of time if you have a food allergy.

Ask these questions to help you choose the cooking class that best suits your needs:

  • What cooking techniques or recipes will I learn in the class?
  • What is the typical class size?
  • Will I make my own items or is it a collaborative class where each student makes part of the meal?
  • Do I need to bring anything special with me?
  • Are the classes hands-on or demonstration-only?
  • Will we get to eat the food we prepare at the end of class?
  • Can I take leftover food home with me?
  • Do you offer private classes?
  • Can I buy a class as a gift for someone else?
  • Are there any age restrictions?
  • What if I have food allergies?

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