Cooking lessons can be for groups or individuals. A Friend That Cooks group cooking lesson is like hosting a live cooking show right in your home. One of our talented personal chefs will help you plan a menu with dishes for you and your guests to learn how to make the right way. You can join in and help or hang out and socialize while the chef talks and cooks through a delicious meal.
Friend That Cooks charges a flat hourly rate for cooking lessons. You pay for the actual time used by the chef to plan, shop, cook and clean up. You also provide shopping money for groceries.
How much does a cooking lesson cost?
While cooking lessons vary in length, the average group cooking lesson for 8 people uses around 6 hours of service including planning, shopping, cooking and clean up. Times vary based on the complexity of the menu and the size of your party. Friend That Cooks charges our prime rate for cooking lessons, which varies based on your location, and you cover the cost of the groceries. Your final price is determined by the actual time used and the cost of your ingredients at the grocery store.
Individual cooking lessons average around 3 hours and are priced just as group lessons.
Friend That Cooks cooking lessons are a great value. You get to drink your own wine or soft beverage, bring your own beer, and prices don't go up exponentially when you want to use a premium ingredient like lobster or filet of tenderloin. More importantly, you don't have to drive home. You're already there! Cover the cost of the groceries and pay a reasonable hourly rate to your Friend That Cooks. We'll do the rest. Simple, easy, entertaining.
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