Learn to cook in Sacramento with these classes

Bon appétit


Satisfy your hunger on your own terms.

Whether you’re making meals for yourself, looking to impress a potential romantic partner, or just want to expand your horizons, it’s never too late to learn how to be a wizard in the kitchen. Cooking is an essential life skill — and let’s be honest, who doesn’t love delicious food?

Check out these cooking classes around the Farm-To-Fork Capital.

Sacramento Spice | $25-$375
Shankari Arcot, a former Iron Chef honoree at the California State Fair, offers both in-person and virtual classes. Heads up to parents: sign-ups are now open for two different summer camps where kids eight and older can learn how to cook a variety of dishes, from grilled cheese sandwiches to spring rolls.

Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op | $35-$65
The co-op hosts a plethora of different classes. Lessons include managing your blood sugar while cooking and how to make a diverse array of dishes, like palak paneer and Spanish tapas.

Napoli Culinary Academy | $150
Honestly, there is rarely a more satisfying feeling than sipping wine in a recreated Italian cafe while nibbling on pasta you made yourself. Don’t believe us? Book a class at Napoli and find out for yourself.

Cozymeal | $95
Cozymeal is a great aggregate resource that will connect you with local chefs — some who are willing to travel to you — and offer a more personalized cooking lesson.

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