Spice up your palette with these 5 unique cooking classes around Birmingham

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Wanna learn how to serve this delectable Italian dish? Photo via Cooking with Culture

Impress yourself by taking these cooking classes around Birmingham. Not only will improve your cooking, but you also get to chow down on tasty dishes YOU created. Ready to become a chef? Keep reading to get all the deets on cooking classes in Birmingham.

1. Cooking with Culture

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Cooking classes: Italian Edition. Photo via Cooking with Culture.

Cooking with Culture is bringing Italy to Birmingham. Learn how to properly serve up authentic Italian dishes like Napolean pizza and a mozzarella dish. This locally owned and operated cooking class is a must-try for Birmingham foodies.

2. Itty Bitty Bakers—cooking classes: baking edition

Save me a space! Photo via Itty Bitty Bakers

We covered cooking classes, but what about baking? At Itty Bitty Bakers, your kids will learn all the tips and tricks to making creative bakes.

The classes are separated by age groups. Plus, there are class options for homeschoolers. SWEET.

3. Birmingham Sushi Classes

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No cooking skills are required. Photo via Birmingham Sushi Class’s Facebook

I once heard someone say sushi was a boring meal—can you believe it? At Birmingham Sushi Class you’ll learn to roll interesting and flavorful sushi. You’ll also learn how to properly cook sushi rice and handle and serve raw fish appropriately. Sounds delish!

They offer in-home and online cooking classes. so you can choose what best fits your learning experience. Don’t miss out on this ultimate sushi experience.

4. Louise’s Cakes and Supply—cooking classes: decorating edition

Remember that trend where it was difficult to tell if it was a cake or real? Well, now you can sharpen your cake decorating skills with Louise’s Cakes and Supply.

Back by popular demand, you can register now for their second grinch cake class. You’ll steal Christmas with this grinch cake.

5. Grand Bohemian Hotel

Register for tasty treats.Photo via Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook’s Facebook

Feeling like you should spice up your cooking skills? Maybe you want to master wine blending? Then you should sign up for Grand Bohemian’s cooking classes. You’ll become a pro from the demonstrations by food experts.

Have you taken any of these classes in Birmingham? Tag us @bhamnow to let us know.

Summer Guffey
Summer Guffey

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