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Cooking Classes

Cheyenne, WY

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Cheyenne, WY

The Chef and The Dish offers private cooking classes via Skype and Zoom, video conferencing tools, accessible to people in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Since 2016, The Chef & The Dish has been immersing people around the world in the cultures of Italy, Spain, Thailand, and many other international locations. The options are endless when you learn from the best chefs and this experience makes it the perfect stay-at-home date night. Your cooking class will be a birthday dinner or anniversary gift you'll never forget.

To participate from your location in Cheyenne, WY is very easy. Simply select the cooking class you would like to attend, and book it online. With over 100 cooking classes, all Certified Tested by our team, you will be transporting your kitchen in Cheyenne to Italy, Thailand, Japan or other country with the click of a button. Cooking classes are available for beginners to advanced cooks and unless otherwise noted, use standard kitchen equipment. Once you've picked a class and a date, our assistants will send you a shopping list with everything you need to get before your class time.

Below is a list of local Cheyenne markets and speciality grocery stores to help you buy the needed ingredients for your culinary experience. Once you receive your shopping list, find the appropriate place to shop. Purchasing ingredients is where your kitchen creation begins.

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What's a cooking class without a glass of something special? Provisions is a quaint specialty liquor store located on Cary Avenue in downtown Cheyenne. They carry a beautiful collection of small-batch spirits, local favorite craft beers and have a nice wine selection, as well. This small store is a nice stop to support a local market to enjoy a special drink during your cooking class.

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Natural Grocers

Natural Grocers has been empowering the health loving community in Cheyenne since 1955. They believe in providing healthy products at reasonable prices. They only sell 100% organic produce, grass-fed dairy, natural raised meats, and free-range eggs. Not only that, but every product is reviewed by their New Products Approval Committee. This is a nice stop to get fresh and high quality and super fresh ingredients for your cooking class.

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Golden Dragon

Described as "an oasis in the desert to myself and others who crave Asian foods" Golden Dragon is a good stop for Asian staples the larger supermarkets may not stock. This no frills market will save you a trip to a larger city nearby. Golden Dragon, a small market located on Seymour Avenue, stocks the necessary groceries for most Asian dishes. Here you'll find a sampling of rice noodles, jasmine rice, Thai pantry staples and basic ingredients for sushi.

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The Hawthorne Tree

This quaint market brings to vision an old town apothecary with mason jars filled with teas and spices. Located on East 17th Street, the Hawthorne Tree wants you to invest in yourself, relaxing at home with high quality items that will bring you on a world adventure. This is a nice stop for hard to find spices in an old world shop that will allow you to pause for a moment while you take advice from their herbal specialists and local artisans. From Mexican epazote to high quality cinnamon, Hawthorne tree will carry the spices you need, or help you source anything.

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Tortilleria La Paz

In what reviewers call the "best tacos in town" Tortillleria La Paz is more than a taco shop, but also a small Mexican grocer offering Cheyenne access to imported products otherwise hard to find. They carry the essential ingredients for Mexican recipes including chilles, masa flour and canned chipotles.

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