Our cooking classes provide hands-on experience making recipes completely from scratch. We serve wine and beer, and play music to create a fun, no-pressure learning environment. You'll learn from culinary professionals and get to take everything you make - including the recipes - home with you. We place a strong emphasis on supporting small and minority-owned businesses, and source our ingredients seasonally from local farms.
We believe home cooks of all skills levels can learn to #CookGoodFood. We love introducing people to new cuisines, cultures and ways of cooking their favorite dishes. Even more, we love building community through food in programs like our Cookbook Club. You can learn more about our programs, classes and events at tablespooncookingco.com, or find us on Facebook and Instagram, @tablespooncookingco.
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We offer hands-on cooking classes, private events, private cooking lessons, and catering services (including personal meals). When you contact us, we'll connect you with our next upcoming class(es) that fit your interests and budget. If we don't have anything available, we can offer private in-home cooking lessons or plan a private group cooking class for you and your friends or family. Contact us to get started on your personalized culinary adventure!
Chef-Owner Jordan Hamons is a classically-trained chef, cooking teacher and food and beverage consultant. Her experience includes working as a professional corporate chef, private chef and caterer. Jordan loves to travel – learning international cooking techniques and sampling food from around the globe. Follow her experiences on her culinary travel blog, The Hungry Traveler.
Jordan is a graduate of the Lindner Honors-PLUS Program at the University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business and completed her culinary training at Midwest Culinary Institute.
Most cooking classes range from $45-$75 per person, but private lessons and event prices are custom-built based on the menu and ingredients needed.
Tablespoon hires instructors with professional experience working in the food and restaurant industry. While your neighbor's grandmother might hold the secret to the best marinara this side of the Atlantic, only a pro can tell you how to keep your kitchen sanitary, use your knife the safest and most efficient way, and other tricks to making cooking more fun and delicious.
Always be up front about your dietary restrictions, food allergies and other food-related health issues. These days, almost any recipe can be adjusted to each person's preference, but doing so needs advanced notice and a lot of work.