Cook on! Whether you are five or 50 years-old, cooking classes are a fun activity for everyone to enjoy. And whether you’re still mastering the art of boiling a pot of water, or looking to take your culinary skills to the next level, there are plenty of places to boost your cooking skills in Nebraska. Here are the 10 best cooking classes in the state!
The Grey Plume is one of Omaha’s most famous restaurants that also offers a variety of interesting cooking classes to test your culinary skills. Whether you’re looking for a refresh on the basics, such as knife skills or sauces, or looking to learn how to make sushi, the Grey Plume offers dozens of classes which are available on a weekly basis.
Get ready to sharpen your culinary skills at Art & Soul in Lincoln. This fun kitchen offers hands-on cooking classes in a variety of themes. From couples classes to girls night out, there are offerings every week to enjoy.
Learn how to live the healthiest, most vibrant life you can with these healthy cooking classes by Chef Rick Arneson in North Platte. Each session is roughly one hour of hands-on learning and comes jammed packed with nutritional information.
At the MCC Institute for the Culinary Arts in Omaha, community cooking classes are available for up to 16 students at a time. Classes are tailored to those with basic or advanced culinary skills and cover all categories, such as barbecue, sausage making, knife skills, breads, and much more.
For a challenging and entertaining cooking experience for children, Foodie Kids offers a variety of innovative classes to choose from. Mini cooking lessons as well as full week long camps are available to teach kids everything they need to know about cooking fresh, delicious foods.
Make some new foodie friends by joining a class at Cure Cooking. Learn how to make fresh cheese, a tasty steak, or opt for a private cooking class right in your own home. Cure Cooking offers over a dozen classes, including pizza from scratch, canning, chocolate, and more.
This full cooking store in Kearney also offers frequent cooking classes and demonstrations so you can further enjoy spending time in the kitchen preparing tasty meals from the freshest ingredients.
Perfect for all ages and levels of cooking, Crème de la Crème in Elkhorn offers classes in a relaxed, state of the art kitchen overlooking an orchard. Students can even bring along their own bottle of wine to enjoy with the class.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers cooking classes and demonstrations for the local community with information on how to prepare healthy meals that are also budget-friendly. Parents are welcome to bring children for a fun way to learn to cook together.
Fireplace Stone & Patio frequently hosts cooking classes that teach attendees everything they need to know about grilling. In Grand Island, classes are taught by pros, like eight-time Grand BBQ Champion Chris Marks.