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I love quotes that add meaning to my life. Here are a few to live by:

How should I eat? (Not too much)
—Michael Pollan

If it is so difficult to learn to cook, how did all those early pioneer women manage to cross the country in rugged covered wagons and feed troops of people from one big pot hung over an open fire?
—Marion Cunningham, from Learning to Cook

Treat treats as treats.
—Michael Pollan

No matter how you slice it through, grain-fed meat production systems are a drain on the global food supply.
—Jonathan A. Foley, director of the Institute on the Environment, U of MN

Private Cooking Classes with Bronwyn!

I love teaching private cooking classes because it allows me to have a hands-on experience with my students. I’ve enjoyed giving demonstration cooking classes in the wonderful Learning Center kitchen at Healthy Living Market & Café in South Burlington, Vermont, but there’s something special about teaching in my own kitchen, or in the kitchen of my student. The more intimate atmosphere provides a relaxed and creative experience. Plus, there’s nothing like working elbow to elbow to have a complete understanding of what I’m doing as a teacher. It’s also a fine way for me to learn from my students. The questions and sharing of ideas is part of the fun! 

Mastering the Art
Cooking is an art. I learned that many years ago, as I watched great cookbook authors and five-star chefs prepare remarkable meals. It is not in the adherence to technique so much, though technique is always important. It is in the willingness to break the rules or, better yet, to make the rules your own. If you want a great demonstration of this, watch Jacques Pepin and Julia Child go at it in their famous television series, Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home, as they banter on about the pros and cons of how to prepare perfect meals at home. For tips on preparing your holiday turkey, see them in action on YouTube. The series is packed with humor and eye-opening lessons in what makes great food truly great!

Cooking Inspiration
Growing up, I was lucky to have been one-degree of separation from one of the best of the best, Julia Child. When she lived in Paris, in spite of a language barrier and a limited experience with cooking, she was determined not to let her teachers down at the famous cooking school, The Cordon Bleu. Her commitment paid off in a book that changed minds and hearts of food lovers everywhere. I learned how to cook by practicing the techniques she laid out in that iconic cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking, and from my stepmother, Judith Jones (Julia’s lifetime editor) and father, Evan Jones, whose love of good food was inspirational. I look forward to passing on some of this joy of creative cooking to you.

Elysse and Debra Heintz joined me for a cooking class

Fun In The Kitchen
In October, I was delighted to have Debra Heintz, one of Ben & Jerry’s dynamic executives, and her daughter, Elysse, as private cooking class students. Debra is a very busy woman, traveling all over the world deciding on the location of the next Ben & Jerry’s retail shop. Her daughter works for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters here in Burlington. They were both looking for simple but interesting recipes that could be done easily after a busy day on the job. I’m honored that they enjoyed their classes enough to want to come back in January for a session of mastering the art of Boeuf Bourguignon!

Simple Asian Meals
My suggestion to Debra and Elysse was to pick out a cookbook they wanted to explore.  They chose recipes from my friend Nina Simonds’ excellent cookbook called Simple Asian Meals. Nina has managed to make cooking some of the most delicious and sought after Asian recipes an easy task. Her experiences traveling through Southeast Asia and Japan have given her a remarkable repertoire of great recipes for busy American cooks. Once you’ve mastered two or three of these wonderful dishes, it’s possible to become a fine home cook, Asian-style.

Multiple Cuisines to Explore
With a long list of cuisines to explore—from Asian, Middle-Eastern, Italian, American and, of course, French—my students experience a wide range of recipes that excite every cooking interest. And, all my classes emphasize healthy and local products, as well as sumptuous and memorable results.

Private Cooking Classes
Private Cooking Classes are priced on a sliding scale according to the ingredients used. Costs range from $85 -$150 per person (minimum of 2 students and maximum of 4). An individual cooking class (single student) is from $105 -$150. Classes are two-hours long and can be at the client’s home or in my kitchen.

Demonstration Dinner Parties
Demonstration dinner parties are planned cooking adventures for six to ten people. I will select a menu with you that includes one or two dishes to be demonstrated the evening of the dinner party, and cater the entire meal to be served either at your house or mine. Cost per person is $120 (minimum of 6 people, maximum 10 people). 

Cooking Classes Make Great Gifts!
Consider a gift certificate for your friends and loved ones who enjoy food and cooking.

To Arrange a Class or Purchase a Gift Certificate
Please call me at 802- 860-5022 or 802-355-7584, or email me at bronwyn@inthekitchenwithbronwyn.com to arrange for classes, dinner parties and gift certificates and to find out more.

A Bientot,

Posted: 12-1-2012

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I love teaching private cooking classes because it allows me to have a hands-on experience with my students. I’ve enjoyed giving demonstration cooking classes in the wonderful Learning Center kitchen at Healthy Living Market & Café in South Burlington, Vermont, but there’s something special about teaching in my own kitchen, or in the kitchen of my student. The more intimate atmosphere provides a relaxed and creative experience. Plus, there’s nothing like working elbow to elbow to have a complete understanding of what I’m doing as a teacher. It’s also a fine way for me to learn from my students. The questions and sharing of ideas is part of the fun! 

Mastering the Art
Cooking is an art. I learned that many years ago, as I watched great cookbook authors and five-star chefs prepare remarkable meals. It is not in the adherence to technique so much, though technique is always important. It is in the willingness to break the rules or, better yet, to make the rules your own. If you want a great demonstration of this, watch Jacques Pepin and Julia Child go at it in their famous television series, Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home, as they banter on about the pros and cons of how to prepare perfect meals at home. For tips on preparing your holiday turkey, see them in action on YouTube. The series is packed with humor and eye-opening lessons in what makes great food truly great!

Cooking Inspiration
Growing up, I was lucky to have been one-degree of separation from one of the best of the best, Julia Child. When she lived in Paris, in spite of a language barrier and a limited experience with cooking, she was determined not to let her teachers down at the famous cooking school, The Cordon Bleu. Her commitment paid off in a book that changed minds and hearts of food lovers everywhere. I learned how to cook by practicing the techniques she laid out in that iconic cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking, and from my stepmother, Judith Jones (Julia’s lifetime editor) and father, Evan Jones, whose love of good food was inspirational. I look forward to passing on some of this joy of creative cooking to you.

[caption id="attachment_1346" align="alignnone" width="493"] Elysse and Debra Heintz joined me for a cooking class[/caption]

Fun In The Kitchen
In October, I was delighted to have Debra Heintz, one of Ben & Jerry’s dynamic executives, and her daughter, Elysse, as private cooking class students. Debra is a very busy woman, traveling all over the world deciding on the location of the next Ben & Jerry’s retail shop. Her daughter works for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters here in Burlington. They were both looking for simple but interesting recipes that could be done easily after a busy day on the job. I’m honored that they enjoyed their classes enough to want to come back in January for a session of mastering the art of Boeuf Bourguignon!

Simple Asian Meals
My suggestion to Debra and Elysse was to pick out a cookbook they wanted to explore.  They chose recipes from my friend Nina Simonds’ excellent cookbook called Simple Asian Meals. Nina has managed to make cooking some of the most delicious and sought after Asian recipes an easy task. Her experiences traveling through Southeast Asia and Japan have given her a remarkable repertoire of great recipes for busy American cooks. Once you’ve mastered two or three of these wonderful dishes, it’s possible to become a fine home cook, Asian-style.

Multiple Cuisines to Explore
With a long list of cuisines to explore—from Asian, Middle-Eastern, Italian, American and, of course, French—my students experience a wide range of recipes that excite every cooking interest. And, all my classes emphasize healthy and local products, as well as sumptuous and memorable results.

Private Cooking Classes
Private Cooking Classes are priced on a sliding scale according to the ingredients used. Costs range from $85 -$150 per person (minimum of 2 students and maximum of 4). An individual cooking class (single student) is from $105 -$150. Classes are two-hours long and can be at the client’s home or in my kitchen.

Demonstration Dinner Parties
Demonstration dinner parties are planned cooking adventures for six to ten people. I will select a menu with you that includes one or two dishes to be demonstrated the evening of the dinner party, and cater the entire meal to be served either at your house or mine. Cost per person is $120 (minimum of 6 people, maximum 10 people). 

Cooking Classes Make Great Gifts!
Consider a gift certificate for your friends and loved ones who enjoy food and cooking.

To Arrange a Class or Purchase a Gift Certificate
Please call me at 802- 860-5022 or 802-355-7584, or email me at bronwyn@inthekitchenwithbronwyn.com to arrange for classes, dinner parties and gift certificates and to find out more.

A Bientot,

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Mastering the Art
Cooking is an art. I learned that many years ago, as I watched great cookbook authors and five-star chefs prepare remarkable meals. It is not in the adherence to technique so much, though technique is always important. It is in the willingness to break the rules or, better yet, to make the rules your own. If you want a great demonstration of this, watch Jacques Pepin and Julia Child go at it in their famous television series, Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home, as they banter on about the pros and cons of how to prepare perfect meals at home. For tips on preparing your holiday turkey, see them in action on YouTube. The series is packed with humor and eye-opening lessons in what makes great food truly great!

Cooking Inspiration
Growing up, I was lucky to have been one-degree of separation from one of the best of the best, Julia Child. When she lived in Paris, in spite of a language barrier and a limited experience with cooking, she was determined not to let her teachers down at the famous cooking school, The Cordon Bleu. Her commitment paid off in a book that changed minds and hearts of food lovers everywhere. I learned how to cook by practicing the techniques she laid out in that iconic cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking, and from my stepmother, Judith Jones (Julia’s lifetime editor) and father, Evan Jones, whose love of good food was inspirational. I look forward to passing on some of this joy of creative cooking to you.

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Fun In The Kitchen
In October, I was delighted to have Debra Heintz, one of Ben & Jerry’s dynamic executives, and her daughter, Elysse, as private cooking class students. Debra is a very busy woman, traveling all over the world deciding on the location of the next Ben & Jerry’s retail shop. Her daughter works for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters here in Burlington. They were both looking for simple but interesting recipes that could be done easily after a busy day on the job. I’m honored that they enjoyed their classes enough to want to come back in January for a session of mastering the art of Boeuf Bourguignon!

Simple Asian Meals
My suggestion to Debra and Elysse was to pick out a cookbook they wanted to explore.  They chose recipes from my friend Nina Simonds’ excellent cookbook called Simple Asian Meals. Nina has managed to make cooking some of the most delicious and sought after Asian recipes an easy task. Her experiences traveling through Southeast Asia and Japan have given her a remarkable repertoire of great recipes for busy American cooks. Once you’ve mastered two or three of these wonderful dishes, it’s possible to become a fine home cook, Asian-style.

Multiple Cuisines to Explore
With a long list of cuisines to explore—from Asian, Middle-Eastern, Italian, American and, of course, French—my students experience a wide range of recipes that excite every cooking interest. And, all my classes emphasize healthy and local products, as well as sumptuous and memorable results.

Private Cooking Classes
Private Cooking Classes are priced on a sliding scale according to the ingredients used. Costs range from $85 -$150 per person (minimum of 2 students and maximum of 4). An individual cooking class (single student) is from $105 -$150. Classes are two-hours long and can be at the client’s home or in my kitchen.

Demonstration Dinner Parties
Demonstration dinner parties are planned cooking adventures for six to ten people. I will select a menu with you that includes one or two dishes to be demonstrated the evening of the dinner party, and cater the entire meal to be served either at your house or mine. Cost per person is $120 (minimum of 6 people, maximum 10 people). 

Cooking Classes Make Great Gifts!
Consider a gift certificate for your friends and loved ones who enjoy food and cooking.

To Arrange a Class or Purchase a Gift Certificate
Please call me at 802- 860-5022 or 802-355-7584, or email me at bronwyn@inthekitchenwithbronwyn.com to arrange for classes, dinner parties and gift certificates and to find out more.

A Bientot,

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Mastering the Art
Cooking is an art. I learned that many years ago, as I watched great cookbook authors and five-star chefs prepare remarkable meals. It is not in the adherence to technique so much, though technique is always important. It is in the willingness to break the rules or, better yet, to make the rules your own. If you want a great demonstration of this, watch Jacques Pepin and Julia Child go at it in their famous television series, Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home, as they banter on about the pros and cons of how to prepare perfect meals at home. For tips on preparing your holiday turkey, see them in action on YouTube. The series is packed with humor and eye-opening lessons in what makes great food truly great!

Cooking Inspiration
Growing up, I was lucky to have been one-degree of separation from one of the best of the best, Julia Child. When she lived in Paris, in spite of a language barrier and a limited experience with cooking, she was determined not to let her teachers down at the famous cooking school, The Cordon Bleu. Her commitment paid off in a book that changed minds and hearts of food lovers everywhere. I learned how to cook by practicing the techniques she laid out in that iconic cookbook, Mastering The Art of French Cooking, and from my stepmother, Judith Jones (Julia’s lifetime editor) and father, Evan Jones, whose love of good food was inspirational. I look forward to passing on some of this joy of creative cooking to you.

[caption id="attachment_1346" align="alignnone" width="493"] Elysse and Debra Heintz joined me for a cooking class[/caption]

Fun In The Kitchen
In October, I was delighted to have Debra Heintz, one of Ben & Jerry’s dynamic executives, and her daughter, Elysse, as private cooking class students. Debra is a very busy woman, traveling all over the world deciding on the location of the next Ben & Jerry’s retail shop. Her daughter works for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters here in Burlington. They were both looking for simple but interesting recipes that could be done easily after a busy day on the job. I’m honored that they enjoyed their classes enough to want to come back in January for a session of mastering the art of Boeuf Bourguignon!

Simple Asian Meals
My suggestion to Debra and Elysse was to pick out a cookbook they wanted to explore.  They chose recipes from my friend Nina Simonds’ excellent cookbook called Simple Asian Meals. Nina has managed to make cooking some of the most delicious and sought after Asian recipes an easy task. Her experiences traveling through Southeast Asia and Japan have given her a remarkable repertoire of great recipes for busy American cooks. Once you’ve mastered two or three of these wonderful dishes, it’s possible to become a fine home cook, Asian-style.

Multiple Cuisines to Explore
With a long list of cuisines to explore—from Asian, Middle-Eastern, Italian, American and, of course, French—my students experience a wide range of recipes that excite every cooking interest. And, all my classes emphasize healthy and local products, as well as sumptuous and memorable results.

Private Cooking Classes
Private Cooking Classes are priced on a sliding scale according to the ingredients used. Costs range from $85 -$150 per person (minimum of 2 students and maximum of 4). An individual cooking class (single student) is from $105 -$150. Classes are two-hours long and can be at the client’s home or in my kitchen.

Demonstration Dinner Parties
Demonstration dinner parties are planned cooking adventures for six to ten people. I will select a menu with you that includes one or two dishes to be demonstrated the evening of the dinner party, and cater the entire meal to be served either at your house or mine. Cost per person is $120 (minimum of 6 people, maximum 10 people). 

Cooking Classes Make Great Gifts!
Consider a gift certificate for your friends and loved ones who enjoy food and cooking.

To Arrange a Class or Purchase a Gift Certificate
Please call me at 802- 860-5022 or 802-355-7584, or email me at bronwyn@inthekitchenwithbronwyn.com to arrange for classes, dinner parties and gift certificates and to find out more.

A Bientot,

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One Response to “Private Cooking Classes with Bronwyn!”

  1. Franklin Williams says:

    Good Afternoon,

    My girlfriend and I will be in Stowe next week,dec,2-6, were wondering if it would be possible to take a two hour cooking class,perhaps on italian pasta. So far any day next week seems good.

    Thankyou

    Franklin

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