I am wondering where to look for a community education-type cooking class in Duluth. Any suggestions?
Dear Kelly, I currently teach cooking classes at Keene's Creek Youth Organization (KCYO) at Irving Rec. I am authorized by the State of MN to cater after school snacks there as well where our focus is on healthier eating habits. I write a food blog for Duluth Superior Magazine and have been featured in their February edition. I have also been given press this month by LivingStone News and I own a small catering biz, Catering By Grace. I would love to meet with you to further discuss your needs. In the mean time I am submitting contact information on my work as noted above. Hope to hear from you soon!
Catering By Grace
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I've never been, but I believe the co-op offers some cooking classes.
Community Ed. has cooking classes.
I' ve done a few classes at Blue Heron. Excellent.
Whole Foods Coop Classes
Classes at the Coop are $25, or $20 as a member. Membership is just a measly $100. I haven't attended any of the classes, yet, but I hope to someday.
Blue Heron offers classes, but they fill up quick. Your best bet is to call them: (218) 722.8799.
The Coop is currently offering classes.
Restaraunt 301 in the Sheraton, the Blue Heron, Whole Foods Coop, and Duluth's Community Education offers different courses.
Zen House in Hermantown does Sushi classes.
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