Discover Classes. Earn Rewards.

Knife Skills Classes Online

Master the art of slicing and dicing with online knife skills classes. Learn essential techniques from expert chefs and elevate your culinary game to new levels of precision and efficiency.

Unfortunately, no classes have spots left

24 knife skills classes that have ended
Add to your wish list to find out about new dates

Knife Skills 101

Home Cooking New York @ Virtual Classroom

​Everything you need to know about choosing, storing, sharpening, holding, and using a chef's knife, the most important tool in the kitchen!  And so you have something to do with all your newfound knife skills, we'll also cook up a delicious Vegetable Minestrone Soup. (A list of vegetables to have on hand will be included in the confirmation email.) EQUIPMENT NEEDED: a chef's knife and something to sharpen your knife (a sharpening stone...

No upcoming schedules

Knife Skills Online

Los Angeles City College @ Live Online

Feel more comfortable in the kitchen and improve your cooking efficiency by learning how to use a chef’s knife properly. This class focuses on the essential knife skills for a home cook, and teaches you slicing, dicing, chopping, knife sharpening and more to help you enjoy cooking! You’ll get a produce list sent to you before class so you can choose to cut along with the instructor in your kitchen. Participation requires a chef’s knife and...

No upcoming schedules

Knife Skills 101 (Online Learning)

Radical Cooks @ Virtual Classroom

The more efficient you become with this simple yet effective kitchen tool, the more you'll enjoy cooking. This class covers basic knife skills such as how to hold a knife to chopping, dicing, and slicing, not to mention those fancy cooking show cuts like “chiffonade” and “julienne.” We’ll also discuss sharpening, storage, and care.  Bonus ~ all that we slice and chop we get to eat, so plan to something delicious at the end of class,...

No upcoming schedules
Discover Classes. Earn Rewards.

Knife Skills Classes Gift Card

Thousands of classes & experiences. No expiration. Gift an experience this holiday season and make it a memorable one.

Buy a Gift Card

Advanced Knife Skills

Teaching Table @ Virtual Classroom

Advanced Knife Skills class is for the home cook who wants to improve their accuracy and detail. In this class, you will learn and practice more intricate cuts, such as: julienne brunoise/fine brunoise bias supréme chiffonade rondelles parisiennes Suggested Menu (to use up what you cut): Supremed Citrus and Herb Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette Charoset No prep. You might want to turn your cuts into a quick dinner. Recipes will be provided....

No upcoming schedules

Virtual Knife Skills

The Chopping Block Lincoln Square @ Virtual Classroom

Join us for our most popular class…virtually! Join our Chopping Block Chef in real time for a chopping session that’ll have you mincing, slicing, and dicing vegetables and herbs like a pro via Zoom. Knife care, selection, sharpening and honing are also covered. Our Virtual Cook Along classes, via Zoom, will have you and your chef chopping together in real time. We’ll provide you with the class packet and equipment list upon registration,...

No upcoming schedules

Beginner Knife Skills

Teaching Table @ Virtual Classroom

Whether you cook every day or just occasionally, great knife skills are a time (and finger) saver in the kitchen. You will learn the basics, starting with choosing the right tools, setting up your prep station, and properly holding your knife. In this class, practice 10 basic cuts, including how to chop, dice, slice, mince, and roll cut. Know when to choose the right cut of garlic. You’ll cut an onion into perfectly even squares in under 60 seconds....

No upcoming schedules

Appetizer: Bruschetta Two Ways

Class in the Kitchen

A traditional Italian meal starts with something small to nibble on called antipasto, which in America is known as an appetizer. Bruschetta is a menu item commonly consumed in the antipasto section of a full Italian meal. Chef Grazia will demonstrate different vegetable knife skills while teaching you how to make a traditional tomato and herb bruschetta as well as a warm mushroom bruschetta perfect for holiday entertaining. Note: We will only sell...

No upcoming schedules

4-Week Culinary Basics Series

Chef Eric's Culinary Classroom @ 2366 Pelham Ave, Los Angeles, CA

The Culinary Basics Cooking Series is designed for the novice cook with little or no culinary experience. Starting with essential knife skills, Chef Eric will help you learn to be comfortable and confident in the kitchen. Using easy-to-prepare recipes and basic cooking techniques, you’ll learn about the importance of advance preparation to save you time and reduce stress in the kitchen.  When possible, we use ingredients that can be purchased...

No upcoming schedules
$650

4 sessions

Minestrone (Italian Vegetable Soup)

Class in the Kitchen

During fall, we all love to wear comfy clothes and eat yummy warm soup. In this class, Chef Grazia will show you how to make a Classic Minestrone Soup that is healthy, easy to make, and tastes incredible. You will learn vegetable knife cutting skills as well as how to make perfect pesto which is the secret ingredient to this soup's robust flavor. Note: We will only sell registration to the class. The school will reach out to enrolled students with...

No upcoming schedules

Virtual Cook Along: Spring Soup

The Chopping Block Lincoln Square @ Virtual Classroom

Learn how to make delicious soups perfect for the change of seasons. In this intensely interactive 2-hour virtual workshop, our chef will guide you through the techniques and skills in order to make these well-balanced and flavorful one pot meals from the comfort of your own home. These recipes also freeze well, so you can look forward to stocking up your freezer! You can choose to make all of the items, or select the recipes you would like to cook...

No upcoming schedules

Virtual Cooking: Eggs Benedict

The Chopping Block Lincoln Square @ Virtual Classroom

Join us for a virtual cooking class as you either cook along with our Chopping Block Chef in real time, or watch as a demonstration as our chef teaches you how to make a mouth-watering brunch from scratch via Zoom. Menu: Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise Sauce Roasted Potato and Pepper Hash Skills covered in class: Poaching eggs Making hot emulsions Selecting and roasting potatoes Knife skills Our virtual classes will...

No upcoming schedules

Basic Cooking Techniques

Home Cooking New York @ Virtual Classroom, New York, NY

This class will offers you a valuable set of culinary techniques to move you along in your kitchen education. Knife Skills 101 Cooking Meat to Perfection (Pan-Roasted Chicken or Steak) Making Flavorful Pan Sauces (Classic Chicken Gravy or Red-Wine Reduction Sauce) Roasting Vegetables (Roasted Seasonal Vegetables) COOKBOOK COMPANION: Back when we used to teach this class in-person at our school, it used to cover 6 techniques...

No upcoming schedules

Learn to Cook Without Recipes

Creative Cook Co.

Every Monday, chef Edie hosts a new and unique Learn to cook without recipes class. They are centered around 1 theme, instead of following a recipe together. What you'll learn Do you really, really really want to learn to cook? Then you don't want to attend a cooking class where you merely will be following a recipe, right? What are these classes about? Every class will be a 1 subject class. Instead of following a recipe (everyone else...

No upcoming schedules

Virtual Chicken Fricassee

The Chopping Block Lincoln Square @ Virtual Classroom

Join us for a virtual cooking class as you either cook along with our Chopping Block Chef in real time, or watch as a demonstration as our chef teaches you how to make dinner from scratch via Zoom. Menu: Chicken Fricassee (Sautéed Chicken Breasts with Onions, Mushrooms, White Wine and Peas) Garlic Mashed Potatoes  Skills covered in class:  Selecting and searing chicken Determining chicken doneness  Knife skills Balancing...

No upcoming schedules

Virtual Spanish Paella

The Chopping Block Lincoln Square @ Virtual Classroom

Join us for a virtual cooking class as you either cook along with our Chopping Block Chef in real time, or watch as a demonstration as our chef teaches you how to make a Spanish feast via Zoom. Menu: Arugula and Fennel Salad with Orange Vinaigrette and Goat Cheese Shrimp and Chorizo Paella Skills covered in class: Getting familiar with Spanish ingredients Working with arborio rice Making vinaigrette Balancing flavors Knife skills Selecting...

No upcoming schedules
Reset all filters.

No results found

Try removing some filters.

Discover the Best Knife Skills Classes Online

Do you love cooking? Or want to but don’t? Learning knife skills could be a great first step to becoming the chef of your dreams. 

Knives date back to prehistoric times, although they were created from bone at that time. These bone knives made it easier for hunter gatherers to remove animal meat and crush their foods to mix together. 

Metal knives came around fairly early as well, during the Romano-British period between 43 AD and the fall of Rome in the fifth century. Like many tools at that time, knives were a luxury for the rich— many times guests didn’t even have access to cutlery when they went to a banquet. 

Knives were used for other tasks in everyday life, though, and both men and women carried one around on a regular basis. As utensils became more widely used, people began to carry knives around less, although pocket knives remain a staple. Hunting and fishing communities tend to carry knives to help them complete tasks of the trade as well. 

As part of the cutlery category, knives are grouped with razors and scissors— objects used to cut items such as consumable goods and meats. Learning knife skills means: 

  • Understanding basic safety procedures
  • Practicing how to hold food and properly grip the knife
  • Knowing how to stabilize your cutting surfaces
  • Taking care of your knives, such as sharpening and honing
  • Researching and using the correct terminology

It’s likely helpful to know that there are many different types of cutting. Some of the most common terms you’ll hear include chopping, dicing, slicing, mincing, julienne, and chiffonade. 

Why You Should Learn Knife Skills Online

Knife skills may not have appeared on your radar as a particularly fun or interesting practice; however, if you like cooking, they’re skills you should consider learning. Plus, learning how to properly use some of the most versatile tools in your kitchen will elevate your homemade food. Not to mention, your friends and family are likely to love indulging in your fabulous cooking. 

If you prefer to dine alone, learning knife skills will make you feel accomplished and knowledgeable about the foods you’re putting in your body. Even if you’re the only person who ever sees your new skill in action, you can rest assured knowing that learning was a nice thing you did for yourself. 

For those wanting a career change, knife skills could be a great start down a new path. To do any job in the food service industry, whether you aspire to own a restaurant or work as a chef, you’ll need to know the tools of the trade and how to use them. 

Virtual Knife Skills Classes 

Using knives requires hands-on practice. Even if there aren’t in-person classes near you, there are many courses you can take online. Taking online knife skills classes can be convenient because you can attend from home (or anywhere else with a strong wi-fi connection) and you won’t have to worry about traffic. You can also choose from a wider selection of special skills and topics, plus use your own tools that make you feel comfortable. 

You do generally have to provide at least some of the materials and equipment for virtual courses, but that can be a good thing, especially if you have dietary restrictions or specific preferences. Many courses provide main ingredients, or part of the required material for class. It’s worth looking into when you browse for courses you want to take. 

To get a feel for the basics, consider courses like Knife Skills 101 by Home Cooking New York. The chef will show you the correct way to purchase, use, and care for your knives, especially the chef’s knife— one of a kitchen’s most useful tools. As you learn, you’ll make a savory minestrone soup to celebrate your new skill. 

You’ll need to purchase a few vegetables, a chef’s knife, and a knife sharpening stone (or a knife sharpener). Don’t worry, though, when you register for class, they’ll send you a list of what exactly you need and the quantities. You’ll also receive instructions for how to participate in class. This course may be virtual, but that doesn’t mean it won’t still be hands-on— you’ll be practicing the skills as you learn them. 

If you’re looking for a way to practice your newly learned skills, consider joining a cooking class like Argentinian Cooking Online #2 with Mirta by The League of Kitchens. During this culturally rich and exciting cooking class, you’ll learn to make skirt steak and chimichurri sauce from Mirta’s family recipe. Roasted potatoes with fresh herbs and a hearty veggie salad will take the meal to a new level. At the end, you’ll be able to enjoy the fabulous fruits of your labor, including well-cut vegetables and perfectly cooked steak. 

When you sign up for class, they’ll send you a shopping list including ingredients and tools you’ll need to participate fully in the class. When your class time arrives, all you have to do is show up and have fun learning and cooking. 

Private Online Group Knife Skills Classes

Want to schedule a knife skills class as a fun team-building event for your business or organization? Or perhaps a cooking class where you can make and enjoy the food together? CourseHorse has a good selection of online knife skills classes for private groups

During this Virtual Knife Skills Workshop, you can drum up a friendly competition within the group. Whether someone is learning for the first time, or they’re a proficient cook, this hour-long workshop is a fun way to learn new and useful skills. 

You’ll need a few ingredients and tools to participate, including a chef’s knife, cutting board, and vegetable peeler, along with basic vegetables. When you sign up for class, everyone will receive a list of what they need to participate. 

When you sign up for a private group through CourseHorse, there aren’t any booking fees, and you’ll receive a confirmation for the group within 24 hours. If you want to customize your experience, you can add games, activities, or even additional expert help for a $150 fee. 

If you’re not sure how many people will be able to participate, that’s no problem. You can book with the minimum of ten participants and update your roster when you confirm a final headcount. With a capacity for up to 500 people, you’re sure to have room for everyone to join.

In terms of technology, CourseHorse does recommend Zoom, but they can support other video service platforms like Microsoft Teams, too.

Have questions? Want to request a demo? Simply reach out to CourseHorse through the contact form on their website. It’s easy, and they would be happy to talk through options for your group.

Online vs. In-Person Knife Skills Classes

When considering whether to take in-person or online classes, there are some considerations to take into account: 

  • Do you learn best in familiar spaces? Or do you enjoy being in a new space learning new skills? 
  • Is it more important to be out in your local community? Or would you rather join an online class where you could meet people you probably wouldn’t meet in your community? 
  • Will you get overwhelmed learning in-person with many other people in class around you? Or distracted by kids, pets, and/or the cleaning you keep putting off at home? 
  • Are you looking for a general introductory course? Or a more specialized class that may not be available in-person in your area? 
  • How experienced do you want the instructor to be, and what kind of credentials (if any) would you prefer they have? 

The bottom line for any kind of course is that you need to be comfortable to learn well, if a little bit outside of your “usual” comfort zone. It may feel more natural to learn online first and then attend an in-person class when you’ve practiced a little. You may want to immerse yourself fully in a new adventure by learning with a group in a new place at an in-person class. There are pros and cons to any class— take your time to consider your options before making a decision. 

Can I Learn Knife Skills for Free Online?

The short answer, like most skills in the digital age, is: yes. That being said, YouTube videos and TikTok tutorials probably won’t get you far. In order to get quality experience and be truly proficient, it’s best to learn from an expert who’s been in the field. Not to mention, you won’t have to second guess if you’re learning something correctly or if it’s simply a trend.

CourseHorse Gift Cards

  • Creative & unique gift for any occasion
  • Choose from thousands of classes & experiences
  • No expiration date
  • Instant e-delivery (or choose a date)
  • Add a personalized message
Buy a Gift Card
gift card with the CourseHorse logo gift card with the CourseHorse logo
Loading...