We’re taking a break from Cooking Classes!

Trust me – we’re not sitting back and sipping cocktails on this break! We are in the process of opening up a restaurant right here in downtown Wichita Kansas.  Once we are up and running, we will begin to add Cooking Classes back into our events.


I have attended several of Natasha’s cooking classes over the years.  Every one of her classes was interesting and engaging. After attending these, I commissioned her to teach a specific class for a group at my church.  In addition to tasting delicious foods she made, I benefitted from her expertise and vast culinary knowledge.  I always leave inspired to try new things that Natasha has introduced.  My church group has engaged many speakers over the years, but she held attention far better than any other we have had.  There were lots of questions for Natasha, and she responded to them with helpful, well-informed, and practical answers.  My mom keeps raving about how perfect her talk was, and my sister keeps mentioning how great her food was.  She has a way of introducing new or less familiar cooking ingredients and terms in a way that makes them approachable for the less-seasoned chef (like me, just looking to feed my family!)  I would recommend Natasha’s classes and talks to anyone looking to expand and enhance their personal menu and cooking skills.


I had the great blessing of having Natasha teach some of my friends and I in my home. We chose different themes (beef, Italian, soups) and she made up the menu for us to approve and the grocery list with suggestions for where to purchase specialty items. She taught us the science behind cooking and let us try different tools to compare efficiencies with our own. Those were marvelous hours and my husband and I agree it was the best money we have ever spent. Though I am three and a half hours away now, I am going to set up another class to learn even more from this master of the kitchen who keeps things lighthearted and fun.


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