Alert your palette to the delicious and diverse fare Missouri has to offer, not to mention the multitude of ways to wash it down. With everything from classic diners to five-star restaurants and wineries, bistros, micro and macrobreweries, you can’t go wrong.
— Missouri Cooking Schools —
A Thyme For Everything Lee's Summit816-554-3755
Located in historic downtown Lee’s Summit, we have a wide variety of cooking classes to meet the needs of both the gourmet, and the novice cook. We have also filled our shop with all the necessary items needed to set up a gourmet kitchen. We hope to see you soon!
Alpenhorn Gasthaus Hermann573-486-8228
Gourmet “Cooking Class” Weekends. Chef Kate & Chef Adrian introduce seasonal and regional dishes to groups of 4 or 6. We offer demonstrations & hands-on cooking, market & wine cellar tours, chef's apron, recipe booklet & dinner.
Barbeque School of Pitmasters Kansas City913-262-6029
Our BBQ Pitmaster class is taught by Chef Paul Kirk, the Kansas City Baron of Barbeque. Chef Paul has won the world championship of BBQ 7 times and has won nearly 400 cooking awards.
Chef Skills 101 Kansas City816-305-1786
Chef Mark's Cooking Classes are the ideal educational setting for the student who needs to begin with the basics, or the most advanced home cook. He will consult with you prior to your class to discuss the format, including specific dishes, techniques and entire menus.
Clearfield Farm Antiques Smithville816-532-2220
Canning and cooking is as much a part of everyday farm life as mending fences and feeding the animals. Ashley teaches classes every week that not only teach you to can produce, but also how to use that canned product creating a meal for family and friends.
Cupini’s Kansas City816-753-7662
Cupini's is conveniently located at 1809 Westport Rd., Kansas City, MO. Cupini's Market is right next door. We also have locations downtown, in Liberty and in Lee's Summit! Chef Franco’s cooking classes are usually held on Wednesdays, and begin at 6:30 pm.
Dierbergs School of Cooking St. Louis314-849-3698
At Dierbergs, we believe great cooking begins in the supermarket. And since 1978, thousands of St. Louisans have learned the joy of cooking at one of our four convenient, in-store schools. Part of our winning recipe includes well-equipped kitchen classrooms designed especially for cooking instruction.
Friend that Cooks Home Chef Service - Kansas City Kansas City913-660-0790
Description: Friend that Cooks weekly meal prep service sends a talented chef to your home every week to shop, cook, clean up and stock your refrigerator with healthy, delicious meals to reheat, all for a flat hourly rate.
In Your Home Cooking Kansas City913-558-7240
Classes are hands-on and feature quick and easy meals that will add more flavor to your families weekday dinners. You will help prepare a complete menu, and then we get to eat our creations…yum! You will go home with all the recipes that we make during class.
Kitchen Conservatory St. Louis314-862-2665
Whether the cooking instructor is a restaurant chef with cutting-edge dishes or a Kitchen Conservatory staff member sharing family favorites, you can be sure that the recipes presented in class come from the heart. When the cook loves to cook, the food simply tastes better.
Mosaic Cooking Studio St. Louis314-621-6001
Our classes accommodate up to 12 guests and will take place in the Mosaic Kitchen Studio at Baseline Workshop across from Mosaic on Washington Avenue. Baseline is the retail outlet for the most discerning kitchens in St Louis.
Supper Time Bakery Rosebud573-764-4121
If you live between St Louis and Jefferson City, Missouri, Supper Time Bakery will come to your home for Springerle Cookie Classes! See how to make beautiful Springerle for yourself. You will need a good size area, so all can see the cookie making process.
The Keeter Center Point Lookout417-239-1900
Join our award-winning Chef, Robert Stricklin, at the Keeter Center to see how local farming inspires his cooking style. Our Farm-to-Table cooking classes and demonstrations are directly linked to the College of the Ozarks gardens and greenhouses. Groups of 12-40 are welcome. Call today for more information!
Taste What's Happening!
Annual Hermann Wurstfest
3/28/2015 - 3/29/2015
Celebration of the traditional art of German sausage making. Sausage competitions, sausage samples and sausage-making demonstrations!