Saturday Oct 26th, 3pm - 5pm
The Brooklyn Kitchen is a radical cooking school on a mission to change the world by teaching people how to cook like grown ups. We specialize in interactive and educational experiences that foster community and redefine home cooking for everyone. Our diverse clientele come to us for memorable, in-person gatherings in our spacious kitchens designed to energize and inspire. We believe there are realistic ways for busy people to cook more, and our Continuous Kitchen philosophy supports routine creative nourishment.
The Brooklyn Kitchen operates a loft kitchen studio Sunset Park, Brooklyn. We host public classes, private parties, corporate team building and location rental for film and photo shoots.
Fast paced.. full of information.. lots of hands on and visual learning... really helps to have some basic bread making experience/knowledge before the class.. my only critique Would be to have a longer class (2.5hrs vs 2 hrs),so Reva doesn’t feel so stressed to get everything in.
Fun, but a little passive. All ingredients already measured out. All we had to do was pour into an industrial stand mixer (which none of us would have in our apartments) and watch them mix. Activity level felt like it was for a children's class. We did roll the dough and do the frying. The place is lovely and everyone very nice, but not sure it's worth $100.
Loved this class! The teacher was super knowledgeable and the facility was perfect. I would recommend it to both a total beginner and medium beginner - reva made it relevant for everyone.
This is my first class. I was nervous about go there alone so I paid one more for my friend to come with me. Hes hearing and I'm deaf. It wasn't bad. The version of hand pulled noodles wasn't what I wanted in my expectation. So I enjoyed my time with a friend. At least I learned something new for noodle salad.
Great class. You get to learn a cool craft from a real bagel expert. Highly recommend.
Such a great class! The instructor was super informative and I feel confident to make bagels at home in the future.
Not sure if it was just the group of students I was with but no one seemed comfortable asking questions. There were a few instructors there, maybe would have been good to have one stationed at each table to facilitate discussion/questions. Overall learned a good amount and took home a weeks worth of fresh bread!
Well organized and informative way to handle a topic that’s pretty hard to cover in just two hours
Great class, fun and informative. Great venue.
The class was great, the bagels were amazing. The other participants were kind of awkward, but that's just bad luck. A lot of great information on how bagels are made, different kinds, what certain processes do, etc.
Saturday Oct 26th, 3pm - 5pm
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