FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DOES THE PRICE OF A CLASS INCLUDE THE FOOD COSTS?
WHAT DO I HAVE TO PROVIDE?
There is a preliminary brief meeting so I can get acquainted with your kitchen and appliances. You will be provided with a list of any items you will need to have available for the lesson that you do not already have. Most of these items required you will have in your home already and they are recipe specific. If you don’t have a vegetable peeler for example, you will need to acquire one before the lesson.
HOW LONG WILL THE CLASS BE?
Classes will run between 2-4 hours depending on your skill level and the complexity of the dish.
WHO DOES THE SHOPPING FOR THE FOOD?
I personally do the shopping prior to coming to your home to teach.
HOW MUCH ARE CLASSES?
Classes are $125 per person, all-inclusive with a two person minimum
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE IN A CLASS?
1-6 is ideal, however if you want more, please call. Additional people beyond the two person minimum is $75 pp
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
I will first want to meet with you briefly in your home to see your kitchen set up and appliances so that I can gear the class towards working within your kitchen structure.
A 50% deposit will be picked up and we will schedule your class.
WHAT EDUCATION AND/OR TRAINING DO YOU HAVE THAT RELATES TO YOUR WORK?
I am a graduate of the elite Escoffier International Culinary Academy where I have completed the Culinary Arts Program in May 2015. I graduated at the top of my class and I was featured in Escoffier's Graduate Spotlight, "Healing Ailments With Aliment: Beth Volpe".
I have successfully completed "The Business of Doing Business as a Personal Chef "through the American Personal & Private Chef Association and am honored to be a member.
I also am a certified California Food Handler through the National Restaurant Association (ServSafe).