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The Cooking Experience

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by split10's?, Mar 25, 2013.

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  1. split10's?

    split10's? Low-Roller

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    Looks like a pretty well thought out cooking school, not sure if it should best go in this forum, living in vegas, shows, etc so mods please move if needed!

    Lunch is $25, dinner $35, could be a fun and educational way to enjoy a meal!
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  2. engicedave

    engicedave VIP Whale

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    Isn't there also a culinary school up in Henderson that does similar for amateur cooks?
     
  3. firstkill

    firstkill High-Roller

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    there is a cordon blue near the JW marriot that has a restaurant staffed by students.

    food is excellent, service tries hard, price is hard to beat

    Each Technique

    FK
     
  4. vegasbound

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    I did the Stir Fry Flash course on Sunday. It's hands on; we learned knife skills; using a wok, and two recipes - ginger pork and mongolian beef. We ate and had plenty of leftovers. They offer iced tea and water; we had Cupcake 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon with the last course. While we ate the instructors prepared sweet & sour shrimp. We tasted that as well.

    The Demos are not hands on; you just sit back, watch and then eat. Gourmet classes are longer and more involved. Good stuff, I'd return for another class.
     
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