Cooking Class - Full-On Summer!

Indulge your palate while discovering how to prepare meals that compliment the season

Living in Seattle affords one the opportunity to experience the diverse culinary bounty that is both native to Washington and international. Now you can bring the flavor of the season into your home with a menu that is composed of gourmet meals with a distinct French twist. Chef Bruce loves sharing his passion for cooking and guides you through each step of the preparation process in a fun and exciting environment.

The class begins by creating a hearty smoked red pepper and classic heirloom tomato soup, followed by succulent shellfish terrine with crayfish, Hood Canal shrimp, mussels, and clams. Continue with tender grilled rabbit meatballs. The class concludes with a variety of decadent sorbet made of watermelon, sage and Thai dragon pepper.

Guests are welcome to bring wine and beer to enjoy during the class. This is a lecture demonstration class. Everything is made from 'scratch' from the raw ingredients to the finished dishes in real time. If your class is under the minimum, Chef Bruce is available to host for an upgrade fee equal to 40% of the per person rate.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 12
  • Meal Courses 4
  • Event Duration 3 hours
  • Labels Adult, French, Gourmet

Reviews guests left for this experience

Sam

Sam

04 Oct 2016

Chef Bruce is an amazing chef and I can only speak highly of him. We booked his cooking class with a few friends in Seattle and really enjoyed it. We had a great meal, learned a lot about different techniques, and were also entertained the entire time. I highly recommend him to anyone who is looking for a fun and educational cooking class in Seattle.

Reviews guests left for other experiences with Chef Bruce

Nicole

Nicole

17 Dec 2016

We took this French cooking class with Chef Bruce in Seattle and loved it! The entire experience was an absolute dream. His teaching style is more demonstrational in nature and we didn’t mind one bit. We were able to witness our french meal being crafted and cooked - the appetizer was a mint zucchini soup with the most luscious and delightful taste and texture (no cream), fresh crayfish, shellfish, and fish set in a chanterelles sauce and set in abalone shells, followed by apricot shiso mint sorbet. Our chef was modest and very warm. Special thanks to Cozymeal for a very memorable experience. I highly recommend them for a special occasion or a night out.

Mary

Mary

17 Dec 2016

Our Cozymeal evening was spent with Chef Bruce, the former owner of a famous Seattle restaurant. If you haven't come across him or his cooking before, you are in for a real treat and education. This man is the real deal. Chef Bruce guided us through the preparation of zucchini mint soup, a seafood dish that was extraordinary, and an amazing apricot sorbet. He shared French cooking techniques, and how to use flavor to create incredible dishes. I learned a great deal from him. It was a very memorable night and I loved learning some cooking skills! I absolutely loved the atmosphere created by the team. It's not only fun but it's casual and YOU GET TO PREPARE AND EAT GOURMET FOOD! I recommend it as a team building activity for businesses, as well as a get together among friends or even a date night. It was truly memorable, and an A+ experience! I'm so glad that Cozymeal finally came to Seattle!!!

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My wife Sara and I have owned restaurants in the Seattle area for over 30 years. Our restaurant Le Gourmand was one of the pioneers of 'Farm to Table' cooking and I am often referred to as the 'Father of Northwest Cuisine'. I specialize in classical French Cuisine using local organically-grown ingredients and wild, foraged edibles and am in my fifth decade of culinary instruction!

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Flexible booking: Cancel or reschedule this event's reservation for free up to 48 hours before the event.
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