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Cooking Class Hot Spots in Columbus!

Cooking Class Hot Spots in Columbus!

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” –  J.R.R Tolkein

The Seasoned Farmhouse:

The Seasoned Farmhouse flourishes because of Chef Tricia Wheeler who took her love of cooking and ran with it. Ever since graduating from The Ohio State University, Tricia has been an entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio. She attended The French Culinary Institute and graduated in 2009 at #1 in her class. Having always envisioned owning a cooking school and event space, Tricia moved back to Columbus and made all her years of dreaming come true. Featuring local farmers and artisans, as well as many talented local cooking instructors, The Seasoned Farmhouse is a booming success. Check out events at

City Folks Farm Shop:

Hosting many classes, City Folks Farm Shop does its best to encourage everyone to lead a more sustainable, self-supporting and meaningful life. Their large goal is to begin a ripple effect that will create more urban farms and homesteads who are connected and learning from one another. This 2014 project highlights communities in Central Ohio where the opportunity to expand traditional skills is at large.

The Kitchen:

Primary goal: “To help guests reclaim dining as a celebration of each day, and even more so on that special occasion.” The Kitchen is a commercial cooking environment where chefs will guide you through every step of creating your meal. During traditional cooking events, explore ethnic cuisine. During themed nights, laugh, make delicious food, and learn something you may not have known. The goal of The Kitchen is simply to have fun! Register for one of their monthly public dinner parties or plan a private dining event customized specifically for your group.


Local Matters:

Food impacts the quality of our health, our land, and our communities… This is why Local Matters wants to inspire action to ensure that all people have access to healthful, affordable, and sustainably grown food. Local Matters hosts activities and events to teach children and adults what healthful food is, where it comes from, how to grow it and how to cook it.


Franklin Park Conservatory:

Known for beautiful botanical gardens and hosting many unique events, the Franklin Park Conservatory also hosts many food education courses for all ages! The Conservatory’s guest instructors will teach guests how to feed their senses as they learn how to creatively and nutritionally prepare, preserve and share food. Upcoming events include: Festive Vegan Brownies, Healthy Meals for the Holidays & Getting Over Your Pie Phobia.


The Hills Market:

This locally-owned specialty grocer shows their love for food, Ohio, and their community through private demonstration cooking classes. These classes take place at both their Worthington and their Downtown locations where lessons on locally sourced ingredients take place. Many times, these lessons are available for purchase at the end of the class so that you can make the dishes at home!

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