Foodie friends who love culinary experimentation. An experience you’ll remember long after the dishes have dried. New techniques to bring home to your own kitchen. A night with By-Hand Culinary combines all of these elements into one memorable party.
Chef Michelle Warner of By-Hand Culinary specializes in teaching cooking skills to food-lovers of all abilities, and she wants to help you spend a night with friends preparing a tasty home-cooked meal while learning something new.
Here’s how it works: The gift of an in-home cooking class means you’ll collaborate with Chef Michelle on the menu. She brings the ingredients, then guides everyone through a lesson in the kitchen. Then you all end the night by savoring the meal together.
A lesson from By-Hand Culinary is a creative, and refreshing option for bachelorette party, wedding shower or team-building exercise. Michelle will create a memorable evening in your home, office or anywhere that has a kitchen.
Michelle’s in-home packages:
–Cooking lesson and dinner
Two to six people, $85/student.
Includes ingredients, menu consultation, lesson, meal and recipe packet to recreate meal.
–Skills class for one kitchen household, $200 total
One-time cooking consultation and action plan for kitchen essentials.
Finish it off with tips to speed up your cooking. This service is best for one person but a couple can learn together for $50 more.
Let your favorite home cook pick their own experience. Or, use toward a farm dinner in the Hudson Valley come summer.
Don’t want a lesson at home? By-Hand Culinary works with venues like Rockaway Brewing Company in Long Island City and Humboldt & Jackson in Williamsburg to create:
–Cooking lesson or party for six to 40 people
Starts at $125/student
Includes venue, ingredients, menu consultation, lesson, meal and recipe packet.
By-Hand Culinary is expanding the idea of the home-cooked meal. Now you can too!