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What's Stirring
Register now for our exciting fall cooking classes! We look forward to seeing you in the kitchen! We are always adding classes to create the best possible experience for you!
Big welcome and welcome back!
  • Nick Bognar, of Nippon Tei, is showcasing his expertise with salmon and snapper on September 17
  • Ryan McDonald and Corey Smale, of Good Fortune, are sharing their modern American take on class Chinese dishes on October 15
  • Wil Pelly, of Nudo House, is teaching a fun hands-on class with exciting Asian dishes on December 4.
  • Cassy Vires, of Winslow’s Home, is teaching both hands-on and demonstration classes with some of her favorite ingredients, including Break an Egg on September 8, and Shortcut to Shortcrust on October 10.
Mornings with Margi
We started this monthly Tuesday morning series, Mornings with Margi, in January with the extraordinary Margi Kahn, and everyone loves it!
  • August 21: Gazpacho to Galette
  • September 25: Shrimp to Shortbread
  • October 30: Basil to Berries
  • November 27: Red Peppers to Rugelach
  • December 18: Scallops to Soufflé
Bringing Art into our Kitchen!
We are excited to have the talented artist Kate Rademeyer, of Love Letter Paper Co., teaching hand lettering classes in our kitchen! Kate has a Masters in Art Education and has taught high school and elementary art, and now runs a full-time business with her custom stationary business. We discovered Kate when she recently took a macarons class at Kitchen Conservatory and took her macarons home and painted gorgeous flowers on them with food coloring! Even though these classes with Kate are not cooking classes, she is including some exciting food inspired projects!
  • September 12: Hand Lettering for Beginners (includes a Micron pen, practice sheets and a project to take home)
  • September 19: Hand Lettering on the Chalkboard (includes a chalkboard and easel, chalk pencil, chalk marker, and templates to take home)
Best of Junior League
Barb Nack has been collecting the well-loved cookbooks of Junior Leagues from around the country for this popular series of demonstration classes!
  • September 11: Denver
  • October 9: Memphis
Date Night Dine and Dance
The Dine and Dance series has been one of our most popular date night classes, with four different dances and cuisines offered! Each class starts with a one-hour dance lesson with a dance pro, then finish with a hands-on cooking class to finish the evening with a fabulous meal.
  • August 25: Last Tango in Paris
  • September 29: Big Band Swing
  • October 27: Sizzle and Samba
  • November 17: Salsa Salsa
  • December 15: Last Tango in Paris
In a Garden of Cookbooks (Barefoot Contessa)
Everyone loves the approachable dishes created by Ina Garten, and Barb Nack shares her favorites from the large selection of Barefoot Contessa cookbooks.
  • August 29: How Easy Is That?
  • September 20: Back to Basics
  • October 24: Cooking for Jeffery
  • November 28: Make It Ahead
  • December 20: Foolproof
We cannot get enough Macarons!
Barry Marcus teaches our popular macaron classes that always sell out, so we are making it easy for you to find classes with openings!
  • September 29: Flawless French Macarons – Ganache Edition
  • October 28:  Flawless French Macarons
  • November 17:  Flawless French Macarons – Ganache Edition
  • December 8:  Flawless French Macarons
Make Plans for a Night Out with the Girls!
Get on the phone, send a few texts, and choose from any of our exciting Girls’ Night Out classes for a relaxing evening enjoying time with your girlfriends!
  • August 18: Thai It, You’ll Like It with Naam Pruitt
  • August 25: Peace. Love. Bourbon. with Robin Wheeler
  • September 7: Noshes and Nibbles with Barb Nack
  • September 15: Save Room for Sheet Cake with Marianne Moore
  • September 21: Lady Marmalade with Robin Wheeler
  • September 29: Just Josh-ing with Josh Galliano
  • October 6: Might as Well-ington! with Dawn Meyer
  • October 12: All That Jazz with Anne Cori
  • October 20: Vires has Southern Vibes with Cassy Vires
  • October 27: Looking Gourd-geous! with Marianne Moore
  • November 2: Oh My Cod! with Robin Wheeler
  • November 10: Totally Dim Sum with Naam Pruitt
  • November 30: Ginger and Spice with Marianne Moore
  • December 1: Pop. Bubble. Clink. with Cassy Vires
  • December 8: Jingle Belles with Barb Nack
  • December 15: The Big Tang Theory with Robin Wheeler
My First Thanksgiving
Whether it is your first Thanksgiving, or you just need to brush up on your turkey skills, this is a great class!
  • November 2
  • November 6
Vegan, Vegetarian, Paleo, Whole 30, Yoga
Vegan:
  • September 4: The Vegan Cheese Whiz with Jerremy Kirby, of Small Batch
  • September 15: Bowl-ed Over with Vegan with Susan Caciano
  • October 6: The Nuts and Bolts of Vegan Condiments with Susan Caciano
  • November 13: Holiday Appetizers with Two Inspiring Vegans with Caryn Dugan and Marianne Moore
  • November 19: Meating in the Vegan Kitchen with Jerremy Kirby, of Small Batch
Vegetarian:
  • August 29: I Beg Your Garden, Did You Say Vegetarian? with Margi Kahn
  • September 12: Meatless in St. Louis with Marianne Moore
  • November 1: Eat Your Vegetables! with Margi Kahn
Paleo:
  • September 13: Paleo is a No-Grainer with Margi Kahn
  • November 13: Paleo: Ditch the Dairy! with Margi Kahn
Whole 30:
  • September 5: Whole 30 Healthy Eating with Devon Drag
  • November 7: Whole 30 Healthy Fall Flavors with Devon Drag
Yoga:
  • November 11: Sunday Funday: Yoga Brunch with Devon Drag
New and exciting classes for children, ages 7 to 11, and Heir and a Parent classes! 
Kids Only (The Apprentice Chef, ages 7 to 11):
  • The Master Food Builders of Lego on September 15
  • A Transylvania Monster Party on October 27
  • Gingerbread House classes are available on December 1, December 2, December 8, December 9, and December 15
  • Midnight Snacks on December 27
Parent and Child Classes (Heir and a Parent):
  • Wizards in the Kitchen on September 22, October 14, or November 24
  • What’s Your Candy Crush? on September 29
  • Calling All Princesses on October 7
  • Nerdy Yummies on October 13
  • Like a Kid in a Candy Store on November 4
  • Crank Out the Pasta on November 10
  • Chip, Chip Hooray for Tacos and Nachos on November 17
  • The Great Pumpkin Pie on November 20
Gingerbread and Halloween Houses!
Gingerbread House for Adults
  • December 1
  • December 9
Spooky Halloween House (open to all ages, from 7 to 100)
  • October 19
And, who doesn’t love a funny punny title?!
  • Date Night for Couples: Bite Sighs on October 7 with Marianne Moore
  • Go Pig or Go Home On October 24 with Jack MacMurray, of Boathouse
  • Date Night for Couples: Take Me to your Lederhosen on October 28 with Robin Wheeler
  • Date Night for Couples: Tacos Will Never Break your Heart on November 2 with Dawn Meyer and Larry Meyers
  • Slow Down, You Cook Too Fast on November 15 with Kirk Warner
See you in the kitchen!

Our Annual Sale runs through August 11 with 20% OFF* everything in the store! 

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 Take 20% off anything in the store that is not already on sale!

Sale does not include classes, gift certificates, or knife sharpening.
 In-store only. In-stock only. All sales final. No other discounts apply, except Cookbook Fair coupons!
30-75% off selected clearance items*

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COOKBOOK FAIR!
Bring in a cookbook and receive a coupon for an
extra 5% discount on any single item*
valid during the sale!
(*regularly priced merchandise only)
Coupons are given for each cookbook received!

There is no need for  a special occasion to create a Gift Registry (aka WISH LIST) at Kitchen Conservatory! It’s pretty simple. Log in to your account on our website, and add any item to your list! Tell your friends and family that you have a wish list at Kitchen Conservatory, and any items ordered through your registry include free gift wrapping!

Add things to your list when you are taking a cooking class, and see a tool that you need in your kitchen! Add items to your list night or day from the comfort of your home!

To get started, simply select your first item and choose ‘Add to Registry.’ You will then be redirected to the initial registry creation screen. Add your name(s) and event date and click ‘Update Registry”. (The event date and event name may be left blank.) From here you also have the option to select how many of this item that you would like, the option of setting the priority level if you have multiple items in your registry, and the ability to add comments. If the gifts are to be shipped to a different address; please specify under the comment section. Also in the comments section will be things such as the date of your special day (birthday, wedding, anniversary). The only way to save your registry is to become a registered user.

If you are creating a Bridal Registry or setting up your first kitchen, you are welcome to call us and set up an appointment. One of our kitchen experts will be glad to help you.

Looking for suggestions? Start with our ESSENTIAL list!

Our kitchen essential list is divided into the must-haves and the special extras.  We feel anyone can set up a very effective kitchen with the must-have list.  For those that find themselves in the kitchen more often, some of the special extras are essential.

Must-Have

set of cookware, including a saucepan, stockpot, regular and nonstick skillets
roasting pan and rack
knives, including chef’s, paring, carving and bread knives
kitchen shears
cutting boards (wood or polyurethane)
basic cookbook
set of stainless steel mixing bowls
ceramic baking or lasagna dish
square brownie pan
pie plate
food processor
pepper grinder
sheet pan with nonstick baking mat
cookie sheet with nonstick baking mat
rolling pin
colander
tea kettle
pot holders
kitchen towels
measuring cups and spoons
can opener
scale
hand electric mixer
tongs
whisk (sauce and balloon)
thermometer
wooden spoon
high heat silicone spatula
metal spatula
garlic press
vegetable peeler
lemon juicer
zester
box grater
food mill or potato ricer
turner
dishers
strainer
pastry brush
pastry blender
cooling grids
steamer basket
tea kettle

Special Extras

reversible grill/griddle pan
salad spinner
wooden salad bowl
salad fingers
ice cream freezer
popcorn popper
pasta maker
waffler
fish poacher
popover pan
stand electric mixer
individual soufflé dishes
au gratin dishes
deep fryer
rice steamer
bundt pan
rolling mat
biscuit cutters

We have also created a new space in the store with some of our favorite tools and essentials!

Our NEW summer cooking class schedule is now posted on our website with hundreds of exciting new classes and many of your favorites! We look forward to seeing you in the kitchen! We are always adding classes to create the best possible experience for you!

Welcome and welcome back!
  • Marianne Moore has an exciting array of hands-on and demonstration classes on our summer schedule!
  • Katina Mims, of Sweet Fixx, is teaching an exciting cupcake class on June 5
  • Jessie Gilroy, of Pangea, is teaching a pasta class on June 19
  • Mathis Stitt, of Veritas Gateway to Food & Wine, is teaching a seafood class on July 16
  • Yael Alevy is teaching a Spanish girls’ night out class on July 20.
  • Stephanie Pilon is teaching a baking class for those with allergies on July 28
  • Annie Lehrer is teaching a Lebanese class on July 29
  • Bill Cawthon, of Frankly on Cherokee and Frankly Sausages, is teaching a sausage class on August 6
Demonstration classes!
Barb Nack has started two great series including In a Garden of Cookbooks, and Best of Junior League.
In a Garden of Cookbooks with recipes from Barefoot Contessa cookbooks:
  • May 30: Barefoot in Paris
  • June 18: Barefoot at Home
  • July 25: Back to Basics
  • August 29: How Easy Is That?
Best of Junior League
  • July 2: Plano
  • August 9: Pasadena
  • September 11: Denver
Margi Kahn is teaching a popular new series on Tuesday mornings!
Mornings with Margi!
  • June 26: Beets to Berries
  • July 31: Brioche to Babka
  • August 21: Gazpacho to Galette
Favorite ingredients!
Everyone at Kitchen Conservatory loves Montmerency tart cherries and local hardneck garlic.
Don’t miss these classes:
  • July 3: There is No Such Thing as Too Much Garlic with Anne Cori
  • August 1 or 2: Eat, Drink, and Be Cherry with Anne Cori
Exciting duos!
  • June 9: Fork and Cork: Rhone with Mickey Kitterman and Jason Main, of The Wine Merchant
  • July 21: Brandy, You’re a Fine Swirl with Robin Wheeler of Subterranean Homemade Food and Lynn Delean-Weber of Edelbrand Pure Distilling
  • July 26: Coffee, Cocktails, and a Lot of Tenderness with Frank McGinty and Louis Nahlik, of Kaldi’s
  • August 5: Filipino with the Pellegrinos with Britt and Kevin Pellegrino
  • August 21: Don’t Lager Behind! Let’s Make Pizza! with Andrew Fair and Nate Brinson, of Urban Chestnut Brewing Company
To Your Health!
Vegan:
  • Plant-Based Cooking from Root to Stem with Caryn Dugan on May 24
  • Eating Green with Two Inspiring Vegans with Caryn Dugan and Marianne Green on June 7
  • It’s a Wrap Vegan-Style with Susan Caciano on June 16
  • Vegan Desserts – The Pretenders with Jerremy Kirby on July 17
  • Take a Bite Out of Summer with Caryn Dugan on August 23
  • Bowl-ed Over with Vegan with Susan Caciano on September 15
Vegetarian:
  • Date Night for Couples: Harvest Grilling for Vegetarians with Margi Kahn on July 6
  • Meatless in St. Louis with Marianne Moore on July 12
  • I Beg Your Garden, Did You Say Vegetarian? with Margi Kahn on August 29
Whole 30:
  • Spice It Up with Whole 30 Healthy Eating with Devon Drag on May 5
  • Whole 30 Healthy Eating with Devon Drag on August 1
Paleo:
  • Paleo Grilling with Margi Kahn on June 28
  • Paleo is a No-Grainer with Margi Kahn on September 13
Allergy-Friendly:
  • From Scratch Baked Goods (Without the Scratch) with Stephanie Pilon on July 28
New and exciting classes for children, ages 7 to 11, and Heir and a Parent classes!
This is our best ever offering of classes for our young chefs!
Kids Only (The Apprentice Chef):
  • Culinary Bootcamp on June 5, 6, 7
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Breakfast on July 17
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Lunch on July 18
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Dinner on July 19
  • Baking Bootcamp on August 7, 8, 9
  • Backpack Snack Attack on August 11
  • The Master Food Builders of Lego on September 15
Parent and Child Classes (Heir and a Parent):
  • Calling All Princesses on May 6
  • Wizards in the Kitchen on May 19 and August 25
  • Candy Sushi on May 26
  • Chip, Chip Hooray for Tacos and Nachos on June 3
  • The Apple of My Pie on June 9
  • When Kids Rule the World on June 20
  • Nerdy Yummies on July 7
  • The Apple of My Pie on July 8
  • Put This in Your Picnic Basket on July 8
  • Like a Kid in a Candy Store on July 28
  • Crank Out the Pasta on August 18
  • What’s Your Candy Crush? on September 29
And, finally, what are your favorite class titles? Some of the ones that made us chuckle:
  • Naan-Addictive on May 16 with Adam Lambay
  • The Moore the Merrier on May 20 with Marianne Moore
  • Whack the Knife! on June 10 with Anne Cori
  • Red, White, and Blue My Mind on June 27 with Jack MacMurray
  • Que Tips on July 5 with Mickey Kitterman
  • Jane Dough, Pie Baker on July 9 with Jane Callahan
  • All Rise! on July 18 or July 19 with Margi Kahn
  • Barry’d Treasures from France on July 21 with Barry Marcus
  • Vitamix – Who Runs the Whirled? on August 26 with Barb Nack

Our NEW cooking class schedule is now posted on our website with hundreds of exciting new classes and many of your favorites! We look forward to seeing you in the kitchen! We are always adding classes to create the best possible experience for you!

Naam Pruitt is back from Thailand with lots of Thai, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean classes:
  • Girls’ Night Out: The Mein Event on February 17
  • It All Adds Up with Dim Sum on March 17
  • Tongue Thai’d on March 27
  • Oodles of Thai Noodles on April 4
  • Wok to the Beat of Your Own Chopsticks on April 30
  • Thai’d Up in a Roll on May 3
  • Korean Seoul Train on May 15
  • Date Night for Couples: Tokyo at Night on June 8
Morel classes!
  • On Morel Grounds with Kirk Warner on April 16
  • The Morel Majority with John Messbarger, of Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co., on April 23
  • High Morel Standards with Pete Fagan, of Tony’s, on April 30
Let’s Use that New Paella Pan!
  • The Classics: Bouillabaisse and Paella with Bernard Pilon on March 26
  • Date Night for Couples: Life of the Paella Party with Mickey Kitterman on April 8
  • Date Night for Couples: We Sea Food on the Grill with Jon Lowe on May 27
Barb Nack is doing a series of demonstration classes, In A Garden of Cookbooks, from Ina Garten’s Barefoot Contessa cookbooks:
  • Barefoot Contessa Parties on March 29
  • Barefoot Contessa Family Style on April 19
  • Barefoot in Paris on May 30
  • Barefoot at Home on June 18
New and exciting classes for children, ages 7 to 11, and Heir and a Parent classes!
Kids Only (The Apprentice Chef):
  • The Master Food Builders of Lego on February 24
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Pasta! on March 24
  • Culinary Bootcamp on June 5, 6, 7
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Breakfast on July 17
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Lunch on July 18
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Dinner on July 19
Parent and Child Classes (Heir and a Parent):
  • Like a Kid in a Candy Store on April 29
  • Calling All Princesses on May 6
  • Wizards in the Kitchen on May 19
  • Candy Sushi on May 26
  • Chip, Chip Hooray for Tacos and Nachos on June 3
  • The Apple of My Pie on June 9
  • When Kids Rule the World on June 20
Welcome and welcome back to these teachers:
  • Senada Grbic, of Lemmons, is teaching Lemmons with a Balkan Twist on February 25
  • Ashok Nageshwar is teaching a modern Indian class on March 17
  • Katina Mims, of Sweet Fixx, is teaching an exciting cupcake class on April 10
  • Marianne Prey, of Extra Virgin, an Olive Ovation, is teaching Mediterranean dishes on May 14
Decorating classes:
  • The Art of Decorating Cupcakes with Devon Drag on March 19 or June 11
  • Let’s be Frank about Pretty Cake Decorating with Ericka Frank on April 19 or June 27
  • Spring Cookie Cutter Couture with Julie Malloy on May 5
  • Cupcakes and Cocktails with Devon Drag on May 11
Essential Classes:
  • Whack the Knife! with Anne Cori on March 11 or April 29
  • The Basics of Cooking with Barb Nack on April 18, 25, May 2, 9
  • Beyond Basics with Barb Nack on July 10, 17, 24, 31
To Your Health!
Vegan:
  • Gluten-Free Vegan Pizza with Jerremy Kirby on April 9
  • Proteins and Plants for Vegans with Susan Caciano on April 28
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Vegan Condiments with Susan Caciano on May 19
  • Plant-Based Cooking from Root to Stem with Caryn Dugan on May 24
  • Meeting in the Vegan Kitchen with Jerremy Kirby on May 31
  • It’s a Wrap Vegan-Style with Susan Caciano on June 16
Vegetarian:
  • Indian Vegetarian – Cumin Get It with Adam Lambay on March 21
Paleo and Gluten-Free:
  • Paleo and Gluten-Free Meat and Potatoes with Margi Kahn on February 22
  • Paleo and Gluten-Free Cooking with Margi Kahn on May 29
  • Paleo Grilling with Margi Kahn on June 28
Gluten-Free Baking:
  • Sweet Tooth for Gluten-Free Desserts with Margi Kahn on March 22
  • Beyond Wheatless Wonder Breads with Linda Daniels on April 14
Whole 30 and Yoga:
  • Sunday Funday: Yoga Brunch with Devon Drag on April 15
  • Spice it Up with Whole 30 Healthy Eating with Devon Drag on May 5

Employment Opportunities at Kitchen Conservatory!
Interested in food? Kitchen Conservatory is hiring. Applicants should love food and love to cook. Part-time positions are available. Schedule is flexible, but the applicant must be available to work on nights and weekends. Daytime shifts are also available. Fringe benefits: delicious food and everyone who works at Kitchen Conservatory becomes a better cook! Please call us at 314-862-2665 or email us at chef@kitchenconservatory.com. Please provide a phone number so that we may contact you.

We love bringing people together in our kitchens to cook, have fun, celebrate, experience delicious food, gather with old friends and make new friends. Our chefs and instructors share their incredible culinary knowledge and techniques, and memories are created. We post our kitchen experiences every day on social media, and links to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram are on each page of our website. We also share cooking techniques on our You Tube channel!

Join us in the kitchen and on social media to discover “What’s Stirring” at Kitchen Conservatory, from cooking classes to new kitchen tools!

Instagram: With over 850 cooking classes, we share one photo from every class, along with a few new items in the store! It is impressive to see the dishes from around the world with nearly every type of ethnic cuisine, our wonderful variety of classes for children, and a huge selection of classes from homemade pasta, pizza, sushi, vegan, seafood, pastry, decorating, and so much more!

Facebook: Photo albums from our cooking classes are posted on Facebook! Customers are often asking us what it is like to take a cooking class at Kitchen Conservatory, and this is a great way to get a feel for what happens in our kitchens! Each week, we post the available cooking classes for the week, and we often share upcoming events and new products on Facebook.

Twitter: We have been sharing holiday gift ideas throughout the season on Twitter! When a sold out cooking class has a last minute opening, we post it on Twitter and often have delighted customers eager to fill the spots.

Pinterest: We have 20 different boards with lots of our favorite things: kitchen tools, videos, gift ideas, cookie cutters, teachers, restaurants, and more!

YouTube: We have created 92 videos featuring how to use kitchen tools and lots of great cooking techniques, and will continue to add videos every chance we get! We have had over 60,000 views, and some of our most popular videos include Baking Cheesecake in a Cake Pan, A Brilliant Way to Slice Cheesecake, Tool Time: Cooking with a Stovetop Smoker, Tool Time: Dishers, Tool Time: Flour Duster, Tool Time: Making Whipped Cream with a Cream Whipper, and Tool Time: Whirley-Pop Popcorn Popper. All of the tools used in these videos are available at Kitchen Conservatory.

We are delighted to see photos from Kitchen Conservatory cooking classes on social media and love when we are tagged in them!

Happy cooking!

We love cooking and sharing our passion with 200 NEW cooking classes on our Winter class schedule! There are lots of exciting classes for friends and family the last two weeks of December, with both daytime and evening classes. If you are looking for a specific type of class or technique, give us a call! We are happy to find the class that is the right fit for you. Here are a few suggestions!
Welcome and welcome back to these teachers:
  • Jerremy Kirby, of Tree House Restaurant, is teaching two vegan classes on December 21 and January 22
  • Jenni and Ryan Smith, of Kolache Factory, are teaching a kolache class on December 28
  • Senada Grbic, of Lemmons, is teaching Lemmons with a Balkan Twist on February 25
Date Night Classes:
We have 60 date night classes on our current schedule with everything from our popular dine and dance series to curries, sushi, Indian, Greek, Chinese, Italian, Cuban, pasta, seafood, surf and turf, and more. We always add new themes along with our favorite date night classes. Our annual Valentine date night classes run between February 2 and February 15, and are in a separate section of our newsletter!

Some of our Demonstration Classes that will fill quickly!
  • Take Entertaining to the Next Level on November 7 with Naam Pruitt
  • Mediterranean Seafood to Dive For on November 13 with Giannicola Colucci, of Four Seasons
  • Sugar Plum Fairy Tea on December 16 with Naam Pruitt
  • Oui Love French Cassoulet on January 4 with Mickey Kitterman
  • The Chef and Fishmonger on January 8 with Ivy Magruder, of Panorama at the St. Louis Art Museum
  • Curry On! on January 10 with Tyler Davis, of Element and Purveyors Table
  • Two Men and… Awestruck! on January 13 with Lou Rook III and Glenn Bardgett, of Annie Gunn’s
  • Fork and Cork: Rhone on January 20 with Mickey Kitterman and Jason Main, of The Wine Merchant
  • Right on Course on January 29 with Pete Fagan, of Tony’s
  • Best of Junior League – Charleston on February 22 with Barb Nack
  • The French Connection on February 24 with Barry Marcus
To Your Health!
Vegan:
  • Pie in Your Eye – Everything is Vegan on November 18 with Susan Caciano
  • Desserts You Won’t Believe are Vegan on December 21 with Jerremy Kirby, of Tree House Restaurant
  • Vegan Party-Training on January 13 with Susan Caciano
  • The Vegan Cheese Whiz on January 22 with Jerremy Kirby, of Tree House Restaurant
  • Do Good for Your Body with Caryn Dugan on January 31 with Caryn Dugan
  • Kiss My Vegan Grits on March 3 with Susan Caciano
Vegetarian:
  • India Mood for Vegetarian on November 24 with Adam Lambay
  • The Veg of Glory on January 3 with Margi Kahn
  • Indian Vegetarian – Cumin Get It on March 21 with Adam Lambay
Gluten-Free
  • A Gluten-Free Celebration of Desserts on November 18 with Linda Daniels
  • Paleo Party Food on November 29 with Margi Kahn
  • Paleo and Gluten-Free Cooking on January 24 with Margi Kahn
  • Paleo and Gluten-Free Meat and Potatoes on February 22 with Margi Kahn
  • Sweet Tooth for Gluten-Free Desserts on March 22 with Margi Kahn
Making Resolutions for the New Year:
  • Date Night for Couples: We Can’t Weight on January 7 with Jon Lowe
  • Weigh to Go! on January 8 with Barb Nack
  • Whole 30 Healthy Eating on January 14 with Devon Drag
  • Winter Dining with a Diabetic on January 17 with Adam Lambay
  • Take a Bite Out of Food Waste on January 18 with Anne Cori
Decorating classes:
Gingerbread House classes – 5 available dates for children on December 2, 3, 9, 10, 17, and 1 adult class with openings on December 10
Christmas Cookie Cutter Couture – 2 classes with openings on December 10 and December 17 with Alexandra Burghardt
Valentine Cookie Cutter Couture on January 21 with Julie Malloy
Let’s Be Frank about Pretty Cake Decorating on January 24 or March 21 with Ericka Frank, of The Cakery
The Art of Decorating Cupcakes on February 4 or March 19 with Devon Drag

Get your Children Excited about Being in the Kitchen:
Along with the Gingerbread House classes, we have some of most popular classes plus a few new ones!

Kids Only (The Apprentice Chef):
  • The Master Builders of Lego on November 12 or February 24
  • Midnight Snacks on December 27
  • Are You Kidding Me? Let’s Make Pasta on March 24
Parent and Child Classes (Heir and a Parent):
  • The Great Pumpkin Pie on November 21
  • Chip Chip Hooray for Tacos and Nachos on January 6
  • Wizards in the Kitchen on January 14 or March 10
  • Like a Kid in a Candy Store on January 27 or March 4
  • Sweet Valentine on February 10

We offer a great selection of technique classes on sushi, pasta, cast iron, gnocchi, cookies, pies, macarons, and more, plus classes using the spiralizer, pressure cooker, tagine, and Vitamix. We make cooking fun!

See you in the kitchen!

Several times a year, Kitchen Conservatory offers The Basics of Cooking, a four-part introductory hands-on class focusing on simple techniques for easily cooking homemade dinners taught by Barb Nack, the Director of our Cooking School. One of Barb’s students, Kelly Oliva (a school librarian), wrote a blog connecting her experience to a young adult book. With Kelly’s permission, we are excited to share her testimonial and photos from the first three weeks of The Basics of Cooking on her blog, Plot Driven LifeThis 4-part series, The Basics of Cooking, is available again starting on January 4, 2018.

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Join us on Sunday, October 15 for a celebration of Anne Cori as owner of Kitchen Conservatory for 20 years!

Stop by and enjoy a slice of pie – Anne’s favorite dessert, and enter a drawing for a copy of our cookbook, A Passion for Cooking.

We will also have a Pop-Up Sale with a great selection of items for $20.

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