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San Francisco Cooking School
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Galen Garretson @towncutler teaches our students how keep their knives razor sharp. Today we chat with him about how he got into knives. It all started when he was 5 and stabbed himself in the head. #truestory

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24 Hours ... as a Personal Chef: from prep to plating, @sfcooking alum Margie Kriebel shows us a day in her life. Today we're gearing up for a client dinner for 16!

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Today’s Special: Winter Squash -- what's your favorite way to eat these festive beauties? http://hubs.ly/y0hFLx0
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Brining 101: why it's essential for keeping lean meats tender and juicy. (Thanksgiving turkey, we're looking at you.) http://hubs.ly/y0hFlw0

#thanksgiving #cooking #tips #kitchencliffnotes
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Today’s Special: Lemon Meringue Tart from Outer Space http://hubs.ly/y0gGQJ0

#pastry #love
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This is for all our #wine lovers out there: Q&A with #sommelier Eugenio Jardim -- find out what he'll be drinking on #Thanksgiving! http://hubs.ly/y0gG6K0 
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Have you ever cooked with Kaffir lime leaves? Smells heavenly. We use them in our Pumpkin & Tofu Thai Curry http://hubs.ly/y0fLvq0

#pumpkin #recipe #happyhalloween 
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Field Trip: @CentralMilling with Baguette Whisperer Nicky Giusto http://hubs.ly/y0T9SJ0

#pastryschool #baking #bread
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Kabocha and Ginger Tart: pumpkin pie's cool kid sister http://hubs.ly/y0kt8x0

#thanksgiving #dessert #recipe 
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Skillet Cornbread with Cheddar and Green Onions: Quick and easy enough for dinner tonight. Delicious enough for your Thanksgiving table! http://hubs.ly/y0hDmN0

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"I don't like gougeres," said nobody ever. Learn how to make these party perfect cheesy poofs http://hubs.ly/y0gGPz0

#recipe #partyfood 
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Crushing on acorn squash and spicing it up with chipotle + lime! http://hubs.ly/y0gDp-0

#recipe #vegan #glutenfree
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690 Van Ness Ave San Francisco, CA 94102
690 Van Ness AvenueUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
(415) 346-2665sfcooking.com
Culinary School, Shortterm Adult EducationToday 9AM–10PM
Wednesday 9AM–10PMThursday 9AM–10PMFriday 9AM–10PMSaturday 9AM–10PMSunday ClosedMonday 9AM–10PMTuesday 9AM–10PM
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Sebastian Fiedler
7 months ago
The SF Cooking School offers a wide range of classes, targeting mostly the beginner/hobby cook enthusiast. You can start off with a knife lesson - they'll teach you everything about knives, how to cut, and how to be fast without cutting your hand off. Or, try the Paella class - 4 hours after work (start at 6pm sharp) full of prepping, cooking, drinking self-made Sangria, and, finally, EATING. There's more... Ramen class, sushi courses, Chinese cooking... plenty of choices. Great for singles, couples, friends, or team building events. Our instructor Jessica was amazing and very knowledgeable - not sure if I can make Paella now on my own but I'm certainly willing to try.
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Ilya Grigorik
11 months ago
Hands down, best cooking classes in town. All the instructors either run their own restaurants or have food-related businesses. Give it a try, you won't regret it. They are a bit more expensive, but you get a longer class, fantastic instructors, and a meal at the end (that you cooked).
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Ethan Cohen
3 years ago
I took a class here, it was legit! Tony is the man!
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Robert Martinez
11 months ago
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David J. Boran
4 months ago
Whether you're going for a professional program or a recreational class with friends, you can expect the highest quality of instruction and delicious food coming your way (usually via your own hands). Worth every cent.
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Linda Yang
11 months ago
All the classes I have taken so far have been nothing but awesome! Most classes are around 4 hrs. Not only do they have a great facilities to learn from, they always get instructors that are definitely the experts in the realm of what they are teaching. All their classes are hands on. You will never walk away with a feeling you didn't learn much, but rather trying to walk away remembering all the tricks and tips on top of your class instruction notes.
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Allana Becerra
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Mr. Johnson
2 years ago