You’ll find the studio in Glendale (hence the name) which, if you’re not knowledgable of Cincinnati neighborhoods, is a northern suburb of Cincinnati about 16 miles north of downtown. I think it’s pretty easy and common for us Cincinnatians to stay in our own neighborhoods for all of our entertainment needs, but, my friends, that is a serious mistake! Get up to Glendale, enjoy this peaceful, quant neighborhood and then check out a cooking class. The Glendalia Culinary Studio makes a great date night or girls night out.
Here’s what to expect at a Glendalia Culinary Studio cooking class:
Class begins with an introduction from the teacher and all the “students.” You can book private classes with a group or just sign up and enjoy the evening with other friends and couples. I believe a class maxes out at 12 people. Then the teacher, Rachel, will talk through the entire meal course-by-course. I really enjoyed hearing her advice and tips for preparing each course of the meal.
Next was the main dish, the Flat Iron Steak with Berry Port Wine Reduction Sauce:
Lastly, we each enjoyed a slice of Sautéed Caramel Nut Tart with Whipped Cream: