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Unbelievably entertaining....and DELICIOUS! Chef Pat was a historian and well as a wonderful cooking instructor! We will be back next year for more lessons!
Chef Kevin was very entertaining. We had a full house of 60 persons and everybody had enough to eat. Lasted 2.5 hours.
The highlight of my trip! Kevin Belton was engaging, knowledgeable and the time flew. I felt I learned a lot about New Orleans cuisine and preparation. I had thought it was hands on but even though it wasn't, the pace was perfect and they keep you fed! Highly, highly recommended.
The cooking class on Monday with Chef Kevin was a highlight of my trip! Demonstrations were good, food was so delicious and Kevin was very entertaining! Wished I would have had more time for more classes. Next time, I'll attend Cooking School again!
The Cooking class was great - learned how to make crab and corn soup, shrimp creole, pralines and bananas foster and the best part, were served generous helpings of everything. The chef was excellent and told many interesting stories. Best bargain in New Orleans.
This was an absolutely wonderful experience! The presentation and demo were entertaining and informative, and the food was delicious. I would do this activity again in a heartbeat!
This is a must do if like to cook. We will do this again the next time we are in New Orleans.
It was a great experience...got to learn not only about the food but also about New Orleans history. We had a great time!
This was a great experience. Particularly liked that Michael provided a history of New Orleans while he cooked. Very personable.
GREAT................... It was very informative, starting with a little history and culture lessons of the area. Pat the chef did a great job. She added a little humor and was able to answer any questions. I just hope that my dishes come out half as good as hers. Looking forward to coming back for another session.
Very good class, instructor was very funny and entertaining. The only problem we had was with our booking, viator did not let the cooking class know the correct date we had picked to attend the class, they had the date we booked the class. They had to squeeze us in an already full class, it was not good. I would take the class again but would not book it through viator!
We loved the class and learned so much about were the food came from with the different cultures. Mrs. Pat was amazing!! Will be back to book another class.
I learned the history of the dishes. I loved the options that were given to each recipe. Harriet made the class so much fun. She is a dynamic diamond of 74 years... Exceptional experience!!
The cooking school was excellent. I have always been intimidated about making roux but not anymore.
Harriet was funny and kept our attention! We think she should have her own cooking show. Mand, yes,mother food was delicious!
This was my second time taking the Cooking Class and we loved every second of it. The food was delicious. The stories were hilarious, and my girls still talk about Kevin as if he is a good friend. Definitely would go again and again!
Everyone going to NOLA should do this. Informative, entertaining and a bargain. Lunch was included for the 10:00 class
AMAZING!! The only hiccup was that my husband and I were some how reserved for the wrong date July 1st instead of July 5th. We were still able to participate - it was just a bit stressful until they were able to confirm seating for us.
Thoroughly enjoyable and informative experience...cooking demonstration was full of cooking tips, history of the region and the region's food, and comedy! We enjoyed sharing our table with other guests, the food was delicious...and also the beer!
Fun, educational, and of course a tasteful class!! Chef Toya was a blast and her tips have already been put to use in our home. Everyone was super nice and I would attend one of these classes again in a heartbeat!!
This is a great way to spend an afternoon in New Orleans. The chef is most entertaining, creative, funny, and there is a lot to learn. The food is fun to eat and what better way to get to know the culture there?