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Old 06-25-2008   #1
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Anyone take a cooking class in Denver?

I wanted sign the GF up for a cooking class in Denver. Has anyone taken a cooking class in denver that they thought was good. There are a few schools that i can find so far:

The Seasoned Chef
Cook Street
The Gourmet Spoon


Anyone know which ones are good?


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Old 06-26-2008   #2
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My girlfriend is an alum of Cook Street (2006), and she's very very fond of her time there. I'm very very fond of what she learned.

Another friend that she met at Cook Street, shortly after her graduation, is running her own private chef service and making enough to live in a loft down by the Rockies stadium.

Through my GF, I've met 3 alum from Cook Street, and none of them has anything bad to say about it. If you want more personal info, we can put you in contact with my GF to ask more specific questions.

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Old 06-26-2008   #3
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I wanted sign the GF up for a cooking class in Denver.
Running Class V isn't dangerous enough?

Lets see...

Alligator wrestling
Shark feeding
Soloing multi-pitch 5.13
Urban BASE jumping
Coming home and saying "Uh Honey, can I pay for you to take a cooking class?"

I think I'll take the alligator....
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Aw, c'mon, can't a guy get a little wife training advice on a forum?
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Old 06-26-2008   #5
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Aw, c'mon, can't a guy get a little wife training advice on a forum?
ouch, ya took that in one the wrong direction.

Through my GF,
Helio, sure you dont want to upgrade the gf part?
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Grif's Cooking Shhooool

I heard he runs a pretty tight ship. Don't let her forget her whistle.

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