Join us for a festive cooking class and discover the rich traditions and flavors that make Christmas pastries a cherished part of holiday celebrations worldwide. Whether you’re a seasoned baker or just curious to expand your culinary horizons, this class is your ticket to bringing global holiday traditions to your home. Enjoy complimentary coffee, hot chocolate, and mimosas during the cooking experience.
French Bûche de Noël (Yule Log) – a decadent rolled sponge cake filled with luscious chocolate buttercream elegantly decorated to resemble a festive log
Greek Baklava – layers of flaky pastry, nuts, and sweet honey syrup
Austrian Linzer Cookies – buttery almond-based cookies filled with raspberry jam and adorned with a dusting of powdered sugar
Danish Rum Balls (Romkugler) – dense, rich chocolate balls with a twist of rum rolled in chocolate sprinkles or coconut
$70: per adult and children 14 years or older
$130: One adult with one child 13 years or younger.
$185: One adult with two children 13 years or younger.
Chef’s Kitchen: Guests in the Chef’s Kitchen cook the same menu as the rest of the class; however, they use the gas cooktop and convection ovens in the Chef’s Kitchen, and they dine at a special table set up for just them.
Family Classes: Children of any age accompanied by an adult may attend Family cooking classes.
Child-Only Classes: Children 7 or older may cook without an adult present in our “Kids” classes.
Adult Classes: Children 16 or older may attend Adult classes with or without an adult. Children 14 or older may attend Adult classes if accompanied by someone 21 or older.
Cooking Station Assignments:
Two or three people who register together will cook the menu items with each other. Our goal is to have guests do as much as possible in the time allotted given the restrictions of appliances and cooktop space. If you purchase a single adult ticket, you will be assigned to work at a station with another person who purchases a single ticket.
Each person (adult and child) will receive enough ingredients to prepare a generous portion of every menu item or one cake per person for cake decorating classes.
Leaving a gratuity is not required but appreciated if you enjoyed your cooking experience.