Feeling inspired to cook, but don’t know how? Or maybe you’d just like to extend your kitchen mastery? There are plenty of opportunities available within a short drive from The Haven at Cranberry Woods!
- Food Glorious Food (5906 Bryant Street)
This popular bakery is known for their reasonably priced single-serve sweet treats and their elaborate wedding cakes, but they also hold baking classes from time to time that will teach you how to make some of these delights. You’ll want to check their Facebook and contact the store directly about what’s currently available, however, as at the moment they don’t have a website.
- Chop Wok & Talk (5404 Penn Avenue)
Though having “wok” in the name might signal a Chinese cooking class, Chop Wok & Talk actually teaches a range of different cooking styles from all over the world. You’ll find Chinese on the menu, of course, but also Tex-Mex, Greek, Spanish and Indian among other options. Special vegetarian and vegan classes are available to parties of six or greater.
- Gaynor’s School of Cooking (309 East Carson Street)
Gaynor’s has a wide variety of themed classes, ranging from date nights to classes tailored just for kids. Classes are divided into those that focus on a single dish (such as making pasta from scratch) and those that consist of a survey of a particular culture’s cuisine. They also do cocktail mixing and wine tasting classes!
- Community College of Beaver County (1 College Drive, Monaca)
This two-year school offers a full culinary arts program, but if you’re not looking to make a career of it, they also have ongoing personal development courses that are non-credit and run for three or four hours in the evening. Some examples include cake design, various seasonal dishes and even making pierogis from scratch. Check the link above to see what’s scheduled for the current or upcoming semester.
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