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NYC: How to Cook Vegetables, Properly! (BYOB)

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Vetted Local Provider (4.7-star rating across 2,033 reviews)
Location SoHo, 158 Grand St , Stu 207
Price $175 per person  (see price details)
Duration Up to 3 hours
Group Size Up to 32 people
Materials All materials provided
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The class offers the surest way for adding more vegetables to your daily regime.

Our expert chef will help demystify all the different vegetation available at the supermarket and then teach you how to cook it so you enjoy every forkful.


  • Blanching: Garlicky Broccoli Rabe; Green Beans with Lemon Gremolata
  • Roasting: Roasted Potatoes + Fennel, Roasted Ratatouille
  • Working with Leafy Greens: Sautéed Swiss Chard with Garlic and Almonds


  • Please reach out to CourseHorse for any dietary restrictions.
  • Make sure to ring the outside buzzer, even if the front door is open, so we know you are arriving!

Please note: the price shown is all-inclusive and includes tax & gratuity


  • $1,400 for up to 8 people
  • $175 per person thereafter

Cancellation Policy

Reschedule or cancel your event by emailing us at [email protected].

Days before event3 days or less7 days or less30 days or lessMore than 30 days
RescheduleNo reschedule allowed$150 feeReschedule for no fee
CancellationNo cancellation allowed15% fee

Rescheduled events must occur within 1 year of the original event.

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Available as soon as June 7

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Reviews of This Event

(4.8-star rating across 25 reviews)
Bo T.
Amazing class- highly recommend. I walked away with a solid framework for how to prepare, cook, season and enhance the most common veggies. Rather than recipes, Jennifer taught us principles. I feel more confident to experiment in the kitchen and am excited to go to the farmer’s market.
Susana H.
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Becky S.
This was an absolute delight! It was small and intimate and everyone immediately developed a rapport with each other. Our teacher, whose name unfortunately escapes me, was simply the best. He was funny, engaging, an expert, and didn't make anyone feel stupid for asking the most basic questions. I left with a whole new appreciation for vegetables. The meal at the end (beet salad, butternut squash purée, roasted potatoes and fennel, among other delicious vegetable concoctions) was the perfect end to a great three hours. I would absolutely do this again and recommend it to anyone with any interest in cooking veggies!
nicole a.
The instructor was excellent: informative interesting and had a great sense of humor. She provided valuable information on the vegetable food group and cooking techniques, not to mention some great cooking tips. It was fun to enjoy the fruits of our labor at the end of the class.
David K.
Erica was an excellent instructor and made the class fun.
Kristina R.
Erica is the best! She makes the class fun and funny and so flowy! We had such incredibly delicious cooked vegetables. I came out with a different appreciation for cooking vegetables 5 different ways.
I attended this class as someone who does cook regularly and has made cool things very occasionally, but was not confident in my knife skills and wanted to try improving or learning new skills with someone who was able to check my work. This class was that and much more! Erica was funny, friendly, attentive (she does pay attention to how you cut, even when there's 7 of you!) and easily answered all of my questions. I'm a cheap person but I honestly felt this was worth the money and you learn so much (and you get to eat!!). And the format was very friendly-- I can see how it's a good way to meet new people. Anyway, highly recommend.