Cooking 101: Six Weeks to More Joyful, Improvisatory Home Cooking (Northeast)

Enhance your confidence using amazing ingredients from the farmers' market, your favorite butcher, or grocer. Focus on basic techniques that will help you improvise dishes, build soups by layers,use knife skills, pan-fry, sear, stir-fry, braise, high-temperature roast, and make pizza. Learn the basics of food safety, storage, the use of herbs and spices, and using kitchen tools that make prepping faster, more effective and fun.

Jan Zita Grover

JAN ZITA GROVER has cooked, catered, run a professional kitchen, and taught classes for more than 30 years. An historian by training, she is particularly interested in the cuisine of other countries and the foods eaten by early settlers. Growing up in San Francisco, Jan was exposed to the food traditions of many Asian and European cultures. She loves teaching the basic techniques so people can improvise joyfully and skillfully on their own. In 2008, during the Great Recession, she created the “3 Days, 3 Ways” program of thrifty recipes for St. Paul's Mississippi Market.

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AE-62020-W19-NE

  Jan Zita Grover


Northeast Middle School : 104
Mondays, Jan 28 - Mar 11
6:00 - 9:00 PM

  No Class Feb 18


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Min Age   16 yr.

Full - waiting list


$ 151.00
$95 +$56 material fee