Kitchen Conservatory offers more than 800 different cooking classes every year. These fun cooking classes are taught by the best chefs from the best restaurants, plus fabulous culinary educators who share their specialties of the kitchen. We offer both fully-participatory classes and demonstration classes that feature a wide variety of menus and themes from beginner to gourmet to ethnic cooking.

Interested in hosting your very own party as a custom cooking class?
We have two state-of-the-art kitchens, plus an outdoor grilling area. All of the two hundred chefs who teach at Kitchen Conservatory have one thing in common: a passion for the recipes that they have created and the desire to share their marvelous cooking techniques. The best parties happen in the kitchen!
PHEW! THE HEAT OF VINDALOO

Chef Adam Lambay, of Chaumette Winery, proudly shares his Indian heritage with three vindaloo dishes, plus breads and chutneys. This hands-on class will prepare Meyer Farm Berkshire pork and sweet potato vindaloo, crab-tamarind-yucca vindaloo, beef-tomato-Idaho potato vindaloo, and fruit kabobs with toasted spices and candied fennel yogurt.
Chef:
Adam Lambay

Chaumette Winery
Class Type:
Hands-On
Class Dates:
Wed May 6,
6 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost:
$60.00
Per Person

MOTHER'S DAY TEA

Celebrate Mom in a special way by sharing the experience of an elegant tea party. Naam Pruitt prepares a lovely menu of currant scones with Devonshire cream and raspberry jam, cucumber sandwiches with mint butter, lobster-dill sandwiches, watercress-bacon sandwiches, and vanilla madeleines, served with a variety of teas, including lavender-rose tea.
Chef:
Naam Pruitt

Class Type:
Demonstration
Class Dates:
Sat May 9,
1 pm to 3:30 pm
Cost:
$45.00
Per Person

FORK AND PORK

Chef Bob Colosimo, of Eleven Eleven Mississippi, shares his expertise to create an elegant dinner, starting with shrimp fritters with roasted garlic aïoli. This hands-on class will prepare asparagus soup with lemon dumplings, crispy pork cutlets with citrus segment vinaigrette, toasted barley and onion cooked risotto-style, plus plum and brown sugar upside-down cake.
Chef:
Bob Colosimo

Eleven Eleven Mississippi
Class Type:
Hands-On
Class Dates:
Wed May 13,
6 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost:
$60.00
Per Person

Burgundy Tarte Tatin Set (Red)
For the past 150 years, Emile Henry has been producing superior pottery in Burgundy, France. This exquisite ceramic line of bakeware is durable and goes from freezer, to oven, to table. It is extremely resistant to chipping, and is incredibly easy to clean due to the highly resistant glaze. Because each piece of Emile Henry is hand-crafted, slight imperfections may be present. The tarte Tatin set is for the whole recipe: first the caramel on the heat, then the same dish directly in the oven. Turn out and present your tarte Tatin directly on the serving platter. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in France by Emile Henry. 11.4".

$129.95


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Leaves Pie Dish 9" (Yellow)
For the past 150 years, Emile Henry has been producing superior pottery in Burgundy, France. This exquisite ceramic line of bakeware is durable and goes from freezer, to oven, to table. It is extremely resistant to chipping, and is incredibly easy to clean due to the highly resistant glaze. Because each piece of Emile Henry is hand-crafted, slight imperfections may be present. Discover how delicious your homemade pies taste when baked in an Emile Henry pie dish. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in France by Emile Henry. 1.4 quart capacity.

$44.95


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Spring Pie Dish 9" (Green)
For the past 150 years, Emile Henry has been producing superior pottery in Burgundy, France. This exquisite ceramic line of bakeware is durable and goes from freezer, to oven, to table. It is extremely resistant to chipping, and is incredibly easy to clean due to the highly resistant glaze. Because each piece of Emile Henry is hand-crafted, slight imperfections may be present. Discover how delicious your homemade pies taste when baked in an Emile Henry pie dish. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Made in France by Emile Henry. 1.4 quart capacity.

$44.95


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Upcoming Cooking Classes Not to Miss!
These great cooking classes still have space available: Learn brand-new cooking techniques in “Modernist Cuisine” on Thursday, April 30 with chef Frank McGinty. Watch two creative chefs, Ed Heath of Cleveland-Heath and Cassy Vires of Juniper, cook together in “Culinary Comrades” on Monday, May 4. Indulge in yummy French croissants and pain au chocolat on […]

Harvesting Fresh Herbs
Ready to plant your herb garden? Go to the Missouri Botanical Garden on Thursday, April 23 from 10 am to 11 am for a talk on “Harvesting Herbs for Dinner” by Anne Cori. The free presentation in the Shoenberg Theater will include a question-and-answer session on growing and using culinary herbs. Fresh herb plants will […]

Tips for Good Knife Skills
Practice your knife skills in an upcoming cooking class: “Knife Lessons: Chop, Chop” on April 13 at 6 pm “Prep School” on June 2 at 6 pm St. Louis Magazine interviewed Anne Cori for tips on using kitchen knives: Secure your cutting board. We have gripper mats to put underneath, or you can use a […]

Cookbook Confidential: The Art of Finding a Good Cookbook
So many cookbooks are published each year and how do you find the right cookbook for your style of cooking? Or should you just use the free recipes that you find online? Is a food picture worth a thousand words? Learn the pluses and minuses of cookbooks from Anne Cori. Wednesday, March 25 at 7-8 […]

Welcome Spring with a New Cooking Class
Our Spring Cooking Class Calendar has some exciting, new cooking classes: “Rustic Italian” (quail with roasted garlic-grape sauce on mascarpone-ricotta polenta) on April 1 “The Big Tang Theory” (tagliatelle with lemon-herb sauce) on April 10 “Sweet and Lowe” (sweet crab bisque with corn cream and cheddar croutons) on April 19 “Mediterranean Mystique” (garlic-lemon grilled shrimp […]

Cooking with the Correct Cookware
St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles has an interview with Anne Cori, president of Kitchen Conservatory, in their January issue on which cookware to use on which stove. SLHL: If I am looking for new pots and pans, what are my options? (nonstick, cast iron, copper, etc.) Anne: Since some electric cooktops require certain kinds of […]

Tool Time at Kitchen Conservatory
The right kitchen tool can make all the difference in the pleasure of cooking. Learn how to use these incredibly useful tools in these upcoming cooking classes: Stovetop Smoker on January 14 in “What the Cluck” Fondue Pot on January 18 in “The Tastemakers” Sushi Mat on January 20 in “Wake Up, Little Sushi” Pressure […]

Holiday Shopping Online
Yes, we ship! Order online and we ship out the same day via UPS. Orders must be received by noon Central Time on Wednesday, December 17 to arrive by December 24 by standard ground delivery. Second-Day Air orders must be received by noon Central Time on Monday, December 22. Next-Day Air orders must be received […]

Champagne Stroll: Sunday, November 23, 12 to 4 PM
Start the holiday season with a glass of cheer and delectable goodies at our free open house this Sunday, November 23, from noon to 4 pm. Start your holiday shopping with our complimentary gift-wrapping with beautiful handmade bows. Thanksgiving Day — the ultimate cooking holiday — is next week and we offer all the tools […]

Our Number One Recipe: Tomato Chutney
The art of cuisine is in the making of sauces. A delicious sauce elevates a ho-hum dinner to a sublime feast. Our favorite sauce is tomato chutney, also known as ketchup when it is pureed until smooth. Originally created by Brenda Vanden Bos, this sweet-and-sour chutney with six ingredients is a staple in our refrigerators. […]


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