With influences from Native American culture and the area’s thriving fishing industry, Seattle cuisine is definitely unique. The city has a steady supply of good, fresh fish, a rich wine producing culture, and a lively microbrewery scene, and eating in Seattle means trying many new things. It’s even more fun learning how to make these tasty treats with Eat Seattle Cooking Classes. The classes are held in the impressive commercial kitchen of Pike Place Market, and you will learn from one of the renowned and highly trained company chefs, whose ranks include Emily Moore, Cris Miller and Liz McCune, owner of Eat Seattle.
You’ll start with a stroll through Pike Place Market where you will learn how to select the best ingredients. In the kitchen, the instructors will teach you how to turn fresh, organic ingredients into delicious Northwestern cuisine. You will get many useful cooking tips and tricks, and best of all, you’ll get to eat the final result of all your hard work.
1433 First Ave, Seattle, Washington, Phone: 206-631-9413 (website)
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