It’s no secret that I love to cook – it’s one of my favorite de-stressers of all time. There’s something cathartic about chopping vegetables, mixing together the right spices and sauces for new flavors, and seeing a finished product.
A few weeks ago, myself, some of my company, and some of our customers took a cooking class at Cavallo Point Cooking School, in San Francisco, and it was amazing.
Led by Head Chef Tony Adams (who has an impeccable sense of humor), walked us through the multi-course meal we were going to cook, before we were counted off into four teams.
The menu is set close to the day of, after Tony has gone to the market to see what is fresh for the day. The result is a custom menu full of fresh ingredients, and it was amazing.
We learned cutting techniques, cooking techniques, how to plate things the way they were intended, and used new totally helpful cooking utensils that I now seemingly can’t live without (my cabinet space is begging to differ on that one).
Our team did a pretty incredible job with dinner, and it was amazingly delicious! I highly recommend taking a class from here if you are in the area. After, grab a drink at the bar downstairs and certainly, take in the beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge!
Below are some more pics of the event. People have been left out of them, since this was a company event 🙂