We've been teaching Seattle's home cooks for 23 years!
Thousands of Seattlites have learned to cook at Cook's World in the past 23 years. We offer a wide variety of classes for interested home cooks and those interested in pursuing a professional career. We have series classes for beginning and intermediate levels, classes in knife skills to sharpen your technique, and numerous classes focusing on many ethnic styles. Students have described classes at Cook's World as "life transforming", "inspiring", "entertaining", "highly intelligent" and "fun".
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[11/16/13] I have so enjoyed every class and have learned so much about cooking and making it more enjoyable and rewarding. I have always been the cook in my family and enjoy making meals for my loved ones – but it does take a lot of time – planning, shopping, prep, clean-up. Your classes have helped me be more efficient and enjoy it even more. I think about you and the class when I use my new kitchen tools – they also remind me of the skills that go with them. Last year, I cooked for my extended family (nieces, nephews, Mom, Sister) quite frequently as a way to bring the family together as my sister underwent a stem-cell transplant and nearly lost her life. She is now in remission and attended the herb class with me a few months ago. It meant so much to me to share that time and the class with her. There is much to celebrate, but I know that when things get tough, there is nothing like a good meal to bring people together when they might otherwise withdraw into their own world and struggles. I just wanted you to know how much the classes meant to me. Judy P.
[11/16/13] I have so many great memories of taking classes at Cook's World. Nancie is such a great teacher and has a wonderful ability to instill confidence in her students & makes cooking fun! Ann H.
Our Student Voices:
"Nancie, You are such a wonderful instructor and such an inspiration!" Juli G.
"I have enjoyed learning from you and the classes still remain in my mind. I am still cooking and baking for friends and family." Robert B.
"Nancie,I can't tell you what an awesome experience my classes with you have been.You've been a most awesome teacher."Chris K.
"I really benefited from your classes!" John R.
"Taking your classes was one of the best investments that I have ever made, not only for me but for my family as well.. Just the other day I got an email from my son's fiancee that Andy had made her an amazing 3 course Asian dinner from scratch and it was delicious. Before taking your classes, Andy's cooking skills were limited to nothing more complicated than "Top Ramen" and Mac n cheese". He over came any kitchen type inhibitions that he had and now is very competent in the kitchen." Mike R.
Wild Mushroom Ravioli sauced with a classic Northern Italian Meat Sauce garnished w. finely diced Genoa salami & just a hint of tomato..rich, robust and the perfect compliment to store-bought wild mushroom-stuffed pasta. From our Basics of Cooking for Busy People Class #6: Pasta & Sauces.
Cook's World has a great selection of Father's Day Gifts in our school store. And how about giving a Gift Certificate for Cooking Classes just for Dad that will please the whole family!
Congratulations to Hana who created cooking Confidence for herself by completing the Basics of Cooking series.She now happily shares the cooking with her husband (who was the primary cook before) and delights in her job at the PCC deli utilizing the skills she learned here!
Stir-fried Copper River Salmon with Tiger Prawns in our 'heavenly' black bean sauce from The Basics of Cooking for Busy People BEAN CUISINE class (class #4 in the 6-wk series). This series
starts again on Saturdays, July 13 thru Aug. 17, 11:30am-2:30pm. Come learn how to cook this summer with us!
Fresh from our herb garden SAGE and local asparagus will be the 'stars' of the sauce for the Butternut squash-filled homemade raviolis from our handmade Pasta Workshop...and of course the supporting 'cast' of prosciutto ham, garlic & shallots will add that special 'finishing touch' flavor!
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