If all your omelettes turn into scrambled eggs, any attempt to make soufflé ends with squashed cake and every roast turkey you prepare transforms into charcoal, perhaps it's time to get a helping hand in the kitchen. Avoid culinary disasters and improve your cooking skills with today's Deal!
Become a culinary whiz in the comfort of your own home with a three month membership to Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School (value $111) for only $29! Register for in depth classes that take three to four weeks to complete, and take advantage of the short courses that require only one or two days. Learn at your own place, in your own home.
New classes are added each month! Some examples include 15 Minute Meals, 5 Habits of Healthy Cooks, Master Your Meal Plan, Cooking on a Budget, Ice Cream Making, Bread Making, Super Quick Cooking and more. You'll have access to hundreds of easy recipes to try too!
Contact your teachers personally via email or the Cooking School's Web Forum to ask any questions about your classes. Also receive a weekly newsletter with more hints, tips and tricks and specials for you to enjoy. You'll be all set to wow your family and friends with your improved cooking skills!
Stonesoup Virtual Cookery School offers online cooking classes that teach people to become better home cooks by using a minimalist approach to cooking. It focuses on simple recipes that have five ingredients and take ten minutes or less to prepare.
Here's what some current students are saying about the Master Your Meal Plan Class:
"I would definitely recommend this class! The most helpful part was grasping the planning formula. It made shopping so much easier, and helped make my meal planning more creative and spontaneous."
Maeghan, SVCS student
"The most helpful part for me was the different approach to shopping, shop for veggies with freshness in mind, not a recipe and buy portions, what a great idea! I'm finding it easier to use all the veggies I buy this way."
Daniela, SVCS student
"The whole class was very useful to me. I learned better planning of meals for a week and, besides that, to improvise with ingredients. Preparing food ceased to be stressful factor and became a joy!"
Kate, SVCS student
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