Cooking Classes

Private & Public Culinary Classes/Team-Building Activities

In conjunction with local industry partners, Boston Foodie Tours is pleased to offer both public and private on-site culinary classes that are suitable for team-building activities and for special occasions, or are simply a way for family and friends to spend quality time together. Prices vary depending on number of participants. Two – three weeks’ notice preferred to book a private class.

Tickets for PUBLIC cooking classes are available via our Tour Calendar on the home page.

For private classes, contact info@bostonfoodietours.com or (617) 461-5772 to arrange.

 


BOSTON PUBLIC MARKET TOUR & MILK STREET COOKING CLASS

Available on a PRIVATE basis only.

A tour AND a cooking class!

Description: Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Boston Public Market, where we’ll meet with several of the local vendors, hear their stories, and enjoy tastings. Before departing the Market, we’ll shop for farm-fresh ingredients, which we’ll bring to Christopher Kimball’s new Milk Street cooking school, where we’ll participate in a one-hour cooking class. The cooking class will include one hands-on recipe, and one small demonstration recipe. Christopher’s team promises a fun and interactive hour ending in a “really” delicious plate of food. 

Where: Boston Public Market and Milk Street Kitchen (Founded by Christopher Kimball, formerly of American Test Kitchen)

Availability: Weekday evenings and weekend days.

Class size: Minimum 8 guests; maximum 20 (additional charge if group doesn’t meet minimum requirement.)

 



 

HANDS-ON PASTA-MAKING CLASS AND LUNCH

TICKETS FOR PUBLIC COOKING CLASSES AVAILABLE VIA THE TOUR CALENDAR ON THE HOME PAGE.

This two-hour pasta-making class and lunch will take place in a North End restaurant that has been recognized as a Food & Wine magazine “Best New Restaurant”, though, it’s not new anymore. Its pasta-making classes are some of the most popular in Boston! (Restaurant to be revealed with confirmation.)

Guests will learn to make three different types of pasta, while enjoying wine or beer. Pastas range from ravioli, fettucini, tortellini, and other varieties.The pastas will be plated and served with three different accompanying sauces, bread, and more wine! And how could we send you home without a little Italian dolci for the road. That wouldn’t be right!

Minimum of 15 guests required to run as scheduled. Price includes chef/instruction, all food, drink, taxes, and gratuities.

PRIVATE CLASSES: Interested in a private class for your group? Contact us at info@bostonfoodietours.com to arrange.

 


CHOCOLATE-MAKING CLASS 

In keeping with our award-winning partnership objective, Boston Foodie Tours’chocolate-making classes are led by one of the country’s “10 Best Chocolatiers”. Btw … Food and Wine magazine thinks that they’re pretty great, too.

Where: Cambridge-area studio

Availability: Weekdays from mid-May and September.

Class size: Maximum of 10 guests; additional cost if less than minimum requirement.

Duration: 2-4 hours, depending on class.

Classes tailored to client’s interests: chocolate, caramel, bars, toffee, etc.

Takeaway: Large box of chocolates

 

 


 

FINE CHOCOLATE TASTINGS AND PAIRINGS (We come to you!)

Instructor: Led by a French-trained local chocolatier featured in The Boston Globe and Edible Boston.

Description: 

Part 1: Introduction, Overview, and Tasting of Fine Chocolate (Bean-to-Bar)

Overview and Tasting of Fine Chocolate

Part 2: Chocolate with Savory (optional)

Sweet and Savory

Part 3: Dessert

Chocolate and Wine (optional)

Where: At your workplace within or surrounding the Boston area.

Cost: $65.00 and up per person. Alcohol additional. Price varies depending upon chosen option.

Class size: Minimum 10 guests; maximum 20  Additional cost if less than minimum requirement.

Schedule: Available year-round.

Duration: Generally, 1 – 1/2 hours, depending upon option chosen. Will require set-up and clean-up time as well.


INTRODUCTION TO CHOCOLATE-MAKING: TOFFEE, BARK, & MORE!


 

TICKETS FOR PUBLIC COOKING CLASSES AVAILABLE VIA THE TOUR CALENDAR ON THE HOME PAGE.

Description:  If you like chocolate, you’ll love this introductory chocolate-making class! Learn how (and why!) to temper chocolate, then make truffle, bark, and other tasty confections. Take home your fabulous tasty creations to share with family and friends.

Instructor: French-trained Master Chocolatier who has been featured in both the Boston Globe and Edible Boston.

Where: Class is taught in the Newton home of the instructor, which is Green Line accessible. Parking is also available. Directions provided upon ticket purchase.

Class is limited to a maximum of ten students.

Refunds only for cancellations made more than 30 days in advance. Credit toward a future class for cancellations within 15-30 days of the scheduled class.  For cancellations less than 15 days prior to the scheduled class, credit toward a future class ONLY if vacancy can be filled.

ALLERGY ALERT: All chocolates have soy, and are made in a home with peanuts and tree nuts. There is also a cat in the home.

 

 

 

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