Class schedule – ‘MAY ALL YOUR DISHES COME TRUE’

Most of our Asheville cooking classes are $75 pp, but there are a few other choices too. Prices are listed below for each class.

Prices are as follows:

  • $50, $75 or $90 pp: Regular classes. (See schedule below for details). 
  • $90 pp (2-person minimum): Private classes. We can also create a custom date and menu for you and your friends/family.   We’ll work with you to create an exceptional menu and evening to remember. Just let us know what you have in mind. 
  • $35 pp: Kids under 9
  • $90 pp: Off-site classes of 6 or more. 

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE TOO!

To schedule your class, email: info@cottagecookingasheville.com or call 828-273-3096.  We like the personal touch!

Most classes start at 6 and go till about 8:30; the baking class on Saturday is from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m; the Sunday Brunch class is 11 am to 1:30 p.m. 

All classes are BYOB.

2 spots available. January 24: Milanese magic. This is a short class and includes an entree and dessert. It’s 1.5 hours long and you’ll make a classic Milanese risotto just like they have in Milan and indulge in chocolate-dipped cannolis for dessert! $50 pp. 

1 spot available!  January 25:  A Baker’s Dream! This class is a little different than the rest. It starts at 9 am and goes till 1 pm. You’ll bake biscuits, scones and a delicious soft white loaf – perfect for toasting and sandwiches. We’ll talk about techniques we learned while attending a King Arthur baking class, compound butters and easy jams too! $75 pp

SOLD OUT! January 26: Southwestern Scene:  After visiting Utah, we were inspired to share this dish with you – Navajo Tacos with fry bread!  The full menu includes: Garlic butter shrimp skewers, Navajo tacos and cayenne-infused chocolate mousse. $75 PP.

SOLD OUT.  January 30: Vegan Venue: Plant-forward cooking is on the rise. This class starts with a carrot ginger hummus and olive tapenade. The main course is an aromatic and delicious Pho followed by black bean brownies with raspberry coulis for dessert. $75 pp

JAN 31. – BOOKED  FOR PRIVATE CLASS 

FEB 2. – BOOKED FOR PRIVATE CLASS

4 spots available. February 5: Cooking with Beer: Asheville is beer city! We’ll cook with a few of our local brews. Swiss beer bread with green onion butter, Belgian-style meatballs with a beer bechamel over sauteed spinach and chocolate mousse with – you guessed it – beer-macerated berries. Cheers! $75 pp

CLOSED FROM FEBRUARY 8 THROUGH THE 15TH

6 spots available. February 18: Go Greek! After a recent visit to Greece, we wanted to share some tasty treats with you. Start with Santorini’s Fava puree and tomato caper reslish on crostinis followed by Sheet Pan Greek Chicken with Roasted Potatoes. Feta parcels with filo and thyme honey with black sesame for dessert. $75 pp

4 spots available. February 21: An elegant evening out. These brie and raspberry puff pastry bites are sure to make you smile. After that, we’ll make salmon en papilotte and serve it over brussel sprout and bacon hash. Creme brulee for dessert. $75 pp.

6 spots available. The Lap of Luxury. Start with smoked salmon mousse puffs followed by grilled filet mignon in a port wine reduction sauce with a side of prosciutto-wrapped asparagus and hasselback potatoes. Creme brulee for dessert! $90 pp. 

4 spots available. February 26: Milanese magic. This is a short class and includes an entree and dessert. It’s 1.5 hours long and you’ll make a classic Milanese risotto just like they have in Milan and indulge in chocolate-dipped cannolis for dessert! $50 pp. 

4 spots available!  February 29: A Baker’s Dream! This class is a little different than the rest. It starts at 9 am and goes till 1 pm. You’ll bake biscuits, scones and a delicious soft white loaf – perfect for toasting and sandwiches. We’ll talk about techniques we learned while attending a King Arthur baking class, compound butters and easy jams too! $75 pp

6 spots available.  March 5. The Magic of India. Start with these easy potato stuffed samosas and then heat up with a tasty chicken tikka masala. Cool down with a creamy mango lassi for dessert. $75 pp

4 spots available. March 7: Cooking with Beer: Asheville is beer city! We’ll cook with a few of our local brews. Swiss beer bread with green onion butter, Belgian-style meatballs with a beer bechamel over sauteed spinach and chocolate mousse with – you guessed it – beer-macerated berries. Cheers! $75 pp

5 spots available.  March 12:  Southern Seasons. Sink your teeth into our fluffy cheddar scallion biscuits and then enjoy a pecan encrusted chicken in bourbon sauce over sweet potato ginger mash. Top it off with banana puddin’ for dessert!  $75 pp

2 spots available.  March 14: A Taste of Italy. Perfect for a chilly winter’s night. Start with a comforting Italian wedding soup and then cook up a savory chicken marsala with side of garlicy spinach. Chocolate-dipped cannolis for dessert! $75 pp.

6 spots available.  March 18: Veggie Vibes.  This class is for veggie lovers. Start with lettuce and shitake wraps with a creamy peanut sauce followed by Quinoa, broccoli and cheddar cakes with a side of crispy kale chips. Dessert? Strawberry galette! $75 pp

3 spots available.  March 21: A Baker’s Dream! This class is a little different than the rest. It starts at 9 am and goes till 1 pm. You’ll bake biscuits, scones and a delicious soft white loaf – perfect for toasting and sandwiches. We’ll talk about techniques we learned while attending a King Arthur baking class, compound butters and easy jams too!$75 pp

6 spots available. March 27: Indonesian night.  Crispy vegetable fritters get you started. You’ll learn how to make a yummy Indonesian ketjap sauce too. The start of the show? Peanut butter chicken. End it all with a banana, honey, mint and cashew salad. So good! $75 pp

6 spots available.  April 1: Sassy Sushi. Start with some warm miso soup and then roll your own sushi – Cali rolls and spicy tuna. Crustless coconut pie for dessert. $75 pp.

CLOSED FROM APRIL 3 THROUGH APRIL 19

6 spots available.  April 22. The Magic of India. Start with these easy potato stuffed samosas and then heat up with a tasty chicken tikka masala. Cool down with a creamy mango lassi for dessert. $75 pp

6 spots available. April 24: An elegant evening out. These brie and raspberry puff pastry bites are sure to make you smile. After that, we’ll make salmon en papilotte and serve it over brussel sprout and bacon hash. Creme brulee for dessert. $75 pp

4 spots available. April 27: Southern Seasons. Sink your teeth into our fluffy cheddar scallion biscuits and then enjoy a pecan encrusted chicken in bourbon sauce over sweet potato ginger mash. Top it off with banana puddin’ for dessert!  $75 pp

CANCELLATION POLICY: Within 72 hours – a full refund; within 24 hours – reschedule; less than 24 hours – no refund or rescheduling. 

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