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At this 1.5 hour long course students learn to create several meals based on classic Dutch recipes such as roasted beetroot salad or apple pie topped with stroopwafel crust. The course takes place inside a custom-built kitchen that features 18 individual workstations and accommodates up to 240 participants. Drinks are freely available throughout the course and it is possible to stock up on Dutch delicacies afterwards at an onsite gift shop.
Moederskeuken offers budding gourmets the chance to participate in a wide variety of cooking workshops that range from introductory tapas lessons to advanced classes covering venison and game. After completing a class students are given another two hours to enjoy each others food and socialise. Moederskeuken organises courses at several locations throughout Amsterdam including spots near Centraal Station, Nieuwmarkt and Spaklerweg.
Moederskeuken, Nieuwmarkt 8-I, Amsterdam +31 6 14189965
Amsterdam’s five-star Okura hotel hosts several cooking workshops every month that are helmed by master chef Louise O’Hare. These classes are tailored around cooking techniques employed by Michelin star chefs and mainly involve preparing haute cuisine dishes. There are several types of courses available at Okura including Japanese wagyu master classes and sessions that revolve around specific ingredients such as mushrooms.
Okura Hotel, Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, 1072 LH Amsterdam +31 20 678 7450
La Cucina del Sole organises popular Italian cooking classes that are geared towards individuals, groups and private parties. The school was founded by Italian cook Nicoletta Tavella over fifteen years ago and currently offers around twenty different cooking workshops. Each class at La Cucina del Sole covers different aspects of Italian cuisine and the school’s monthly calendar includes courses that cover several staple dishes such as risotto, pizza, gnocchi and pasta.
La Cucina del Sole, Warmondstraat 180-182, Amsterdam +31 20 789 1779