You love to cook. So much so, you’ve taken one of the dozens of those cooking classes in Brisbane, which seem to be on offer everywhere. You can now slice, dice and saute with the best of them.
Which cooking classes in Brisbane would you recommend to other budding home chefs? Whether it’s learning the foundations of serious chef work (stocks, sauces, etc.) or specialty cuisine (Thai, Italian, Japanese), which have you found to be the most instructional and best value for money?
Is it a class offered by a restaurant, or one in a dedicated cooking school? What made the class so special – the teacher, the style of lesson or the amount of food you got to eat at the end?
Let’s not forget that cooking classes in Brisbane are a fun idea for a date, too… so tell us: where are the best Brisbane cooking classes?