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Taste the flavors of fall with one of these Greater Cincinnati cooking classes | Catering Events | Cincinnati

ByRandall B. Phelps

Sep 13, 2022
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The Greater Cincinnati area offers a number of cooking classes that incorporate fall flavors and traditions.

Fall is a magical time of change that brings colorful leaves, fresh air and delicious food. Embrace the flavors of the season with a cooking or baking class that celebrates all the delights fall has to offer.

German Oktoberfest classics at Tablespoon Cooking Co.
Oktoberfest and autumn go hand in hand in the queen city. Bring the fall festivities home by learning how to whip up classic dishes in your own kitchen. In this class, you’ll learn how to make savory Oktoberfest-inspired dishes that you can eat all season (or all year round), including Wiener Schnitzel, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Sausage and Shallots, Soup beer cheesecake with sausage and apples, and potato and cucumber salad.6-9 p.m. September 22. $110. 1731 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, tablespooncookingco.com.

Fall in love with soup! in the training kitchen
Soup is a quintessential fall meal that’s packed with comfort and comfort to keep you warm on a fast-paced day. Learn how to make hearty classics, like French onion soup and New England clam chowder, plus a savory fall-inspired salad filled with apples, cherries, and pumpkin seeds. In addition to preparing savory dishes, you’ll also learn essential cooking and knife techniques, how to make salad dressings, the art of layering flavors, and the best ways to season and simmer.6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on October 3. $85. 7659 Cox Lane, West Chester, thelearningkitchen.com.

Fall comfort food at The Learning Kitchen
Settle in for a cozy date night at The Learning Kitchen while you and your partner learn how to cook tasty fall meals. You’ll learn how to brine, pan-fry, sear and braise as you work together to create a delicious meal. Have fun creating fall dishes like hash browns, brined and pan-fried pork chops with apple-maple sauce, braised red cabbage with bacon and roasted butternut squash with rosemary.6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on September 22. $175 per pair. 7659 Cox Lane, West Chester, thelearningkitchen.com.

Pumpkin Spice Macaron Class at Sur La Table
There’s no denying that pumpkin is one of, if not the favorite, fall season’s favorite flavors. Sur La Table’s class of Pumpkin Spice Macaroons is for you if you’re a pumpkin fanatic. Learn how to make perfectly crispy pumpkin macaroon cookies with maple buttercream or chocolate ganache fillings. This course is available for people aged 14 and over. 9 a.m. Sept. 17, 21, 25 and Oct. 1$89. 2673 Edmondson Road, Norwood, surlatable.com.

Artisan autumn breads at Sur La Table
There’s nothing quite like the smell of fresh, homemade bread in your kitchen. This artisan bread-making class at Sur La Table will teach you the techniques needed to make sweet and savory breads, like Italian Rosemary and Roasted Garlic Focaccia, Pumpkin-Shaped Buns, and Whole-Wheat Country Bread with olives and rosemary. This course is available for people aged 14 and over. 9 a.m. Oct. 8, 16, 29 and 10 a.m. Oct. 12 $89.2673 Edmondson Road, Norwood, surlatable.com.

Autumn in Tuscany at Sur La Table
Celebrate fall with a Tuscan twist in this class, where you’ll learn how to prepare four delicious dishes with some of the season’s best flavors. You will learn how to prepare a seared pork tenderloin stuffed with Tuscan cabbage and pancetta, a pumpkin risotto with parmesan and fried sage, a salad of roasted beets, goat cheese and arugula, as well as almond biscuits and with orange with espresso. This course is available for people aged 14 and over. 4 p.m. on Oct. 20 and 25.$89. 2673 Edmondson Road, Norwood, surlatable.com.

Hocus Pocus Cookie Decorating Class at I’ve Been Sugared
If you like the movie Hocus Pocus, you have to drop everything and sign up for this baking class where you’ll learn how to make sugar cookies inspired by the movie. Learn how to frost four cookies, including the three Sanderson sisters and a bubbly cauldron, with step-by-step instructions while listening to the movie’s soundtrack. Do not be afraid; this course is excellent for beginners and open to ages 12 and up.6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on September 30. $50. 3662 Glenmore Ave, Cheviot, instagram.com/ivebeensugared.

6th Annual Halloween Party at Out of Thyme Cooking Studio
Dress up and celebrate the Halloween season with the family while baking fantastically spooky dishes like ghost pizza bagels, Dracula’s dentures, bat wing cookies, meatballs with toxic spaghetti and a non-alcoholic butterbeer inspired by the Harry Potter series. Enjoy learning from professional chefs and get small-group instruction while having a spellbinding good time. This course is available for people aged 7 and over.5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on October 28. $55 (fees for participating children only). 11915 Montgomery Rd., Sixteen Mile Stand, outofthymechef.com/cookingclasses.

Hocus Pocus Cupcakes at Cincinnati Cake and Candy Supplies
Cincinnati Cake and Candy Supplies is a fantastic place to develop your young chef’s love of baking. In this Hocus Pocus– Themed baking class, children ages 7 and up will learn how to make spellbinding cupcakes in a fun and supportive environment. Parents are also welcome.6 to 7:15 p.m., October 7. Tickets $35. 1785 E Galbraith Road, Reading. Call the store at 513-821-6161 for questions and registrations.

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