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School of Food

Essential Kitchen Skills 3-Class Series with School of Food (1)

Attend the entire series or register for the individual class(es) that works for you. Choose from Knife Skills (October 9), Butchery (October 16), Stocks and Sauces (October 23). Get Schooled on all three with 10% off for the entire series purchases.

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Essential Kitchen Skills 3-Class Series with School of Food  (1)

Time & Location

Oct 22, 2018, 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM

School of Food, 1412 N Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21213, USA

About The Event

"No one is born a great cook. One learns by doing." - Julia Child

Become your own favorite chef as School of Food equips you with the basics for every great meal no matter where that meal is prepared. Now you can take those skills home - for life.

Join us for one or three transformative Tuesdays (October, 9, 16 and 23) and gear up for the holidays (or life) with School of Food and spend some happy hours in the kitchen with a highly-trained chef elevating, or complimenting, your cooking skills. Fast-paced and interactive, the classes are perfect for beginners and self-taught cooks who want to take their cookery (n. the practice or skill of preparing and cooking food) to the next level.

In this three-part adventure, you’ll not only be able to whip up some essentials like soups, stocks and sauces, you’ll gain some valuable knife (and life) lessons. We’ll cube and strip and discover exactly what small or large dice or julienne really means in a recipe. You’ll be able to tackle that chicken or beef like a pro with your newfound butchery skills with just the right grip.

Of course, you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labor (pun intended) and dine with your classmates.

More about the series from the School Food website:

Week 1: ( Tuesday, October 9, 6:30PM -9:30PM) KNIFE SKILLS (may be purchased separately in this listing)

You’ll get the basics, from maintenance and form to the fundamental cuts you need to know. By the end of class, you’ll have chopped, minced and diced your way to next level kitchen skills that will last you for life.

Week 2:(Tuesday, October 16, 6:30PM -9:30PM) BUTCHERY (may be purchased separately - see separate listing)

From the tools and techniques behind different cuts of meat, to proper cleaning and deboning procedures, we’ll take you through the basics of this age-old, top chef technical skill. You’ll leave class with some serious bragging rights plus an appreciation for all parts of the animal.

Week 3:(Tuesday,October 23, 6:30PM -9:30PM) STOCKS, SOUPS AND SAUCES (may be purchased separately - see separate listing)

Stocks and sauces are what distinguish the home cooked from the restaurant meal – and they can make or break your dish. In fact, stocks and sauces form the base flavor component for many dishes, making it an essential kitchen skill, not to mention the hallmark of a great chef. Learn the fundamentals behind creating each type of classic stock, while preparing some classic soups – then master the “mother” sauces, from Tomato to Bechamel. By the end of class, you’ll have the skills to elevate the flavor profile of any dish you make!

More about School of Food:

A Humanim culinary social enterprise, School of Food’s primary mission is to create opportunities for economically rising citizens. The School of Food is building a workforce in the hospitality industry by hiring those with barriers to entry for employment.

With its community cooking classes, led by professionally trained and acclaimed chefs, School of Food aims to increase your comfort in the kitchen with hands-on culinary instruction and learning to help you take your meal preparation to a new level.

At School of Food, where the word kitchen is used as a noun or verb, their mission is to increase your kitchen comfort. Come out, with or without a plus-one, and join other Mixolo solos for a “social good” time - with benefits.


What's included in my ticket price?

Your ticket grants you entry and full participation for all three classes in the series and use of the assigned ingredients (and consumption of the scrumptious results), kitchen tools and equipment with supervision and instruction by a highly trained chef. All participation is voluntary, at your comfort level.

Alcoholic beverages are available for sale at School of Food, but are not included in your ticket price.

Is this event restricted to Mixolo members?

No, tickets for this experience are available here and on the School of Food website. School of Food offers a number of exciting cooking classes and professional workshops on their website for the general public.

In order to attend this event and connect with other MIxolo solos, we ask that you register here with Mixolo in mind as a social network that you will consider joining. We are a network of solo adults pursuing the things we love to do and sharing enriching experiences with other like-minded adults.

How do I become a member and attend this event with Mixolo?

Membership is free. When you register for this event, we will ask for basic identifying information that will automatically qualify you as an early adopter member and subscriber.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

The minimum age for this event is 18. Please be prepared to present ID when purchasing alcoholic beverages.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The Baltimore Food Hub is located in Broadway East, blocks from the Johns Hopkins campus and Eager Park. The community is home to Humanim at the American Brewery, the Mary Harvin Senior Center, and the Hoen Lithograph Building. The site is minutes from downtown, I-95, I-895, and I-83. It is also well-served by public transportation including Metro rail and multiple bus lines.

There are other addresses attributed to the Food Hub in GPS apps, however, the address we provided is most direct as the gate entrance to the Food Hub is on N. Wolfe Street.

There is a free parking lot adjacent to the School of Food.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact us at with any questions.

How will cancellations be handled?

Mixolo will be required to make advance payments for this type of event. Cancellations may be made for a full refund up to 7 days before the event.

Important Notice:

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  • 3 Class Basics Series


    This ticket admits you to all three classes in the series - Tuesdays, October 9, 16 and 23, 2018.




  • Knife Skills - October 9


    Your ticket admits you to the 1st Class in the series: Knife Skills on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.






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