Find a cooking class in Edmonds, WA

Find cooking classes in Edmonds, WA

Find cooking classes in Edmonds, WA

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Top 10 cooking classes in Edmonds, WA

Students agree: these Edmonds cooking classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Granada Artisan Foods

Granada Artisan Foods

1 hire on Lessons
26+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
Maureen says, "The cake was so awesomely delicious Lobat!!! We all LOVED it! When I opened the box I was so surprised and touched by the beauty of your creation. You are both an artist and a highly skilled GF baker! And so sweet of you to add the lovely birthday card! Thank you so much!" Read more
Mother’s Roots

Mother’s Roots

Top Pro
9+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
Jacquelyn N. says, "The creativity." Read more


New on Lessons
Offers online services
3+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
I love sharing and simplifying the art of cooking and pastry making.
The Thoughtful Chef

The Thoughtful Chef

New on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
We have one mission: to help anyone learn how to cook, no matter their lifestyle or experience. We're going back to the foundations of flavors, kitchen techniques, and above all, how food is an expression of community.
Chef Ken's  Catering

Chef Ken's Catering

New on Lessons
Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
13+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
Chef Ken is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, former Ritz-Carlton Chef, International Award Winning Culinarian and Publisher Author.
Young French Scholars (and Foodie Extraordinaire!)

Young French Scholars (and Foodie Extraordinaire!)

Top Pro
Offers online services
3 hires on Lessons
24+ years in business
Serves Edmonds, WA
Lee A. says, "Mde Liv works to give me the grounding in the basics, carefully explaining the importance of learning them, and then expanding from those basics to give me a working understanding of French in a Very short time. She is amazing!" Read more

Your cooking questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do cooking classes cost near me?

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

How long are cooking classes?

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.

What types of cooking classes are there?

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

Should I tip the cooking class instructor?

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.

How can I find the best cooking classes near me?

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.

What questions should I ask before signing up for cooking classes?

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?

Reviews for Edmonds cooking classes

Recent success stories from people in the Edmonds area.
Danielle B.
Fresh, local, clean, delicious food. Beautiful and artistic presentation. The food is made with passion and love!
Granada Artisan Foods
Chris B.
Janna really knows her food. Her advice to me is has always been clear and concise and I have no reservations about recommending her!
Mother’s Roots
Nicolette B.
Liv is beautiful person with lots of knowledge and a great resource. Not only does she help me with translations and grammar, she has always been very gracious with broadening my English and explaining American interpretations of words. She has helped me to become a better writer by expanding my vocabulary and encourage me to apply new words and meanings to broaden my knowledge and comprehension of the English language. Being bi-lingual herself she recognizes and understands my language struggles, and that the Dutch way can be sometimes so different from American language and culture.
Young French Scholars (and foodie extraordinaire!)
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