Best cooking classes in Vancouver
By Vancity Buzz
The Dirty Apron Cooking School
The Dirty Apron's hands-on classes cover anything from the basics to themed courses focused on meat or seafood, or regional cuisine.
Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts
On the weekends, the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) makes way for the home cooks with their hands-on Saturday technique classes and their fun Friday evening Cook! and the City classes.
Cook Culture not only stocks a range of kitchen supplies, but it also runs a variety of cooking workshops in both Vancouver, at the Lonsdale location, and in Victoria.
Barbara-Jo’s Books to Cooks
Hosting a spectrum of culinary voices, Books to Cooks‘ Sunday Social Suppers and chef-author visits afford food lovers the opportunity to sit down and savour the words and the food.
Gourmet Warehouse offers hands-on and demonstration-style courses in a variety of skill and age levels, for amateurs and experts alike.
Northwest Culinary Academy of Vancouver
While the Northwest Culinary Academy attracts those aspiring to have careers in the food industry, they also offer a set of “Enthusiast” classes aimed at teaching the home cook
The Perky Parsnip
Priding itself on presenting healthy home cooking classes, The Perky Parsnip has a designed a range of workshops, where new skills in the kitchen are learnt by creating healthy, organic, and nutrient-rich dishes.
In addition to providing customers with an assortment of tools to make things from scratch with, the locale also offers a list of unique and hands-on cooking workshops.
The Uncommon Café
In addition to serving a range of casual eats, The Uncommon Café hosts a variety of cooking classes, led by the talented Valentine Kitamura, owner of Tartine & Maple.
Vancouver’s Quince has a cooking class for just about any occasion or kitchen skill.
Pastry Training Centre of Vancouver
If breads, cakes, and pastries are more your culinary cup of tea, head to the Pastry Training Centre of Vancouver.