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Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
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Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Colección de Eventbrite
Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.
Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.

Join Chef Shabnam Ahmed for an introduction to traditional Pakistani cooking. You’ll learn to make healthy, tasty dishes including lamb or beef seekh kebab with the perfect blend of spices, and garlic and coriander naan.

Learn about the delicious, sometimes smelly, sometimes intimidating world of fromage. Get knowledge and confidence to taste, purchase, pair, serve, slice, and understand French cheese.

Discover all your pantry has to offer with this cooking workshop, which focuses on items we may already have at home.

Kick back with actor Jesse Ferguson and food writer Julie Tanous as they whip up recipes from their forthcoming "Food Between Friends" book, and enjoy other perks, too: cocktails with mixologist Charlotte Voisey and a special performance by Lisa Loeb.

Tune into this virtual workshop to master the beloved Portuguese pastry: Pastéis de Nata.

Join chefs Pat and Nate and learn to prepare roasted squash, Turkish white bean salad, and eggplant chermoula in this hands-on cooking class.

In honor of Black History Month, chef Lana showcases her favorite Afro-Caribbean dish.

Join guest chef Yao Zhao, founder of 50 Hertz Sichuan Pepper Oil, to see how Sichuan pepper brings life to dishes from all over the world. Learn to make tingly, spicy and aromatic, Chongqing noodles, and more.

Dial up your social calendar with this virtual dinner party, which invites folks to gather over food and drink on a weekly basis.

You can’t take an aperitivo tour of Florence right now, but you can deepen your understanding of Italian mixology with this class that explores the art of making the perfect Negroni, the history behind seasonal sparkling cocktails, and the Spritz’s place in Italian culture.

If food trivia is your thing, test your knowledge at this weekly event while you hobnob with fellow foodies and chefs.

Join Atlas Obscura and the Guinness World Record holder for "largest pizza box collection" for a one-hour webinar on the weird and oddly specific history of everyone's favorite circular food.

Join Chef Sylvia, founder of Keng's Kitchen, as she brings you a taste of Cameroon. Explore the complex spices and native ingredients as you learn to make Pomme Pileés, Cameroonian mashed potatoes and beans.

Make a classic, delicious North Indian meal of chicken biryani, channa masala and an accompanying raita, which showcase how to use spices for maximum flavor. You’ll be guided through each step and end up with new skills and three satisfying dishes.

Kids and adults are welcome to join this class, where an Israeli chef will be leading a Passover cooking class highlighting North African, Tunisian and Iraqi dishes from residents of Netivot and Sdot Negev, Israel.

A summer peach crisp and peanut butter chocolate chip bars are just two items you can learn in this trio of online cooking classes for vegans. Drop in for one session, or take all three, and look out for the ingredient list and digital recipe book.

Learn the secrets of Sudanese cooking in Negla's online cookery class. Cook food from a new cuisine, support an amazing cause, and eat great food, hosted by Migrateful Kitchen a “home away from home” for migrants in Bristol, England.

Learn how to make three different kinds of handmade noodles in this workshop, led by the pros at Mei Mei restaurant in Boston.

French Macarons are tricky to bake, but certainly not impossible. This live Zoom class with an expert baker will give you all the tips and tricks you need to master these gluten-free delicacies, made with almond flour.

Kids and their families are welcome to try out a new recipe from a select cookbook, then come together virtually to eat, share the results, and meet new friends at this monthly cookbook club.

Join Julia Turshen, the author of "Simply Julia," for a simple, elegant weeknight meal — dessert included. Learn to cook matchstick carrot salad, Swedish turkey meatballs, and blueberry crumble

Whether you're curious about vegan cooking or ready to make the change in the new year, this mixer and vegan food presentation is a great way to learn how to eat well while staying healthy.

If you love the subtle intricacies of wine tasting, you'll love the five different house-blended "wine teas" from this California-based tea house. Taste them all while learning what tea tasting and wine tasting have in common at this relaxing evening for people 21 and up.

Enter a new treat into your quarantine baking repertoire with a virtual upside-down cake workshop, perfect to enjoy during Passover.

Join home chef and cookbook author Betty Liu to learn all about filling, folding, cooking, and (most importantly) enjoying wontons

This two-evening virtual workshop will teach you the basics of dehydrating food for your own personal tastes, plus how to cook with it.

Learn how to coax out the complex flavors beneath the kick of chilis at this virtual class by Milk Street, where you'll learn how to use whole, toasted, pureed, and powdered dried chilis.

Shin Kim leads a class that celebrates Korea's long history of vegetable-forward cooking. She’ll make two recipes from her cookbook “Korean Vegetarian Cooking: Authentic Flavors in Simple Steps: cispy pajeon and gochu jangajji.

Banana bread is out and puff pastries are the new sweet to cook up in quarantine. Learn how to make these tasty but tricky treats with easy-to-follow video instructions.

Tea tasting and wine tasting have something in common. Learn what that is—and more, including how to make the perfect cup—in this session, where you'll evaluate organic white, green, Oolong, black, and purple varieties. (If you register, the tea will be mailed.)

Savory Japanese curry is a popular everyday meal in Japanese households. Learn about the history of curry in Japan and learn to make your own homemade Japanese curry brick at this cooking workshop.