4 cooking classes in Birmingham + 1 delicious tasting that will make you a better chef

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Has anyone else always wanted to make homemade pasta? (Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook / Facebook)

Wanting to impress your friends and family this holiday season? Check out these cooking classes in Birmingham (plus a bonus chocolate taste testing) that will have everyone in awe. We also included a baking class and some fun for your little ones. Keep reading to learn more.

1. Cooking with Culture

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These cookies look delish. (Cooking with Culture / Facebook)

Expand your recipe book with authentic Italian culture cooking classes. Owners Giuliana Russo-Skinner and Benard Tamburello have combined their love for Italy, cooking and teaching to create a one-of-a-kind experience to turn you into an Italian chef. They also host wine tastings and cocktail parties for those who prefer to perfect their drink rather than a dish.

2. Habitat Cooking School

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Cooking is always better with friends. (Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook / Facebook)

Get out of your comfort zone and discover a new skill with Habitat Cooking School. They offer cooking classes on grilling, pasta making, southern comfort foods and more. Plus, those who are of age can learn how to create the perfect wine in the wine blending class. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn and have fun while doing it.

3. Publix Aprons Cooking School

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Guaranteed fun at this cooking class. (Aprons Cooking School Hoover / Facebook)

From baking gingerbread houses to learning how to make the perfect party favor dish, Publix Aprons cooking classes have everything you need to become the best chef. They host classes (always something different) almost every day of the week, as well as special kid and couples classes.

4. Itty Bitty Bakers

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Cooking fun for all ages. (Itty Bitty Bakers / Facebook)

Looking for a hands-on experience for your little ones? Itty Bitty Bakers host baking classes for kids aged 3-14 and is the perfect way to teach your kid how to bake. Each session is hosted by a different baker, usually at their own home. They have a bunch of different holiday bakes going on right now and is a great activity to participate in over winter break.

BONUS: Tasting at Honeycreeper: Craft Chocolate 101

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Did someone say chocolate? I’m in! (Honeycreeper Chocolate / Facebook)

Learn about the process and what goes into making delicious chocolate from the pros at Honeycreeper Chocolate. While you won’t be making your own chocolate, you will learn the terminology, how to taste chocolate with all your senses with blind taste testing and record your favorite type of chocolate. This is the perfect experience for all chocolate lovers. No need to bring anything to experience mouth-watering chocolate.

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Emma Johnston
Emma Johnston
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