International Cooking Classes
The International Institute of St. Louis is now offering international cooking classes beginning October 15. Classes are taught by immigrant chefs who will not only share their cooking skills but also their culture. They are held in our 1950’s decorated home ec room with 4 cooking stations.
The classes are a group cooking experience. You will leave with recipes and skills required to recreate the dish at home. Our goal is to share our cooking expertise in a fun and relaxed environment. We provide a fully equipped kitchen with all the supplies needed to create a great meal.
Bring a friend or make a new one while you’re here!
More cooking classes in January.
Syrian Hummus & Baba Ganoush
Tuesday, November 12, 6 pm – 8 pm
Chef: Khaldoun Hreedeen, Falafel Saha
Learn how to make hummus and also learn about the Syrian culture.
At this time you can only sign-up on our website. Payment is required at the time of registration. For groups of 6 or more we ask that you email Christina at email@example.com. Large groups can adversely affect the class experience for other students, so a private event may be a better option. Our goal is to provide the best possible class experience for ALL class participants, so we reserve the right to deny large groups access to classes. If the class you are interested in is full, you can choose to be placed on our waiting list.
Prices listed are per person per class.
Park in the parking lot behind the International Institute. Entrance is off of Louisana.
We'll provide all supplies, food and equipment needed for class. We'll provide you with an apron to wear during class You're more than welcome to bring a special beverage of your choice, otherwise leave everything else to us!
In general, most classes are limited to 16 students. For groups of 5 or more we ask that you email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Large groups can adversly affect the class experience for other students, so a private event may be a better option. Our goal is to provide the best class experience possible for ALL cllass participants, so we reserve the right to deny large groups access to classes..
In all classes, students enjoy the dish/meal prepared by the group. Serving sizes vary per dish and menu.
You are more than welcome to bring your own soft drinks, beer or wine to class, and we will provide glasses. There is no corkage fee. We do supply water during the class. We ask that class participants moderate their alcohol in respect for other participants. Please remember the more you drink, the less you learn...
Those who provide cancellation one week (seven days) in advance will receive a full refund. No refund can be given less than seven days in advance.
Unfortunately some classes are canceled due to insufficient enrollment. If a class has been canceled, students will be notified by phone and can apply the class fee to any future class, or opt to receive a refund.