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Meals cooked at home can be just as delicious and often healthy as meals served in restaurants. Not only that, but cooking at home serves as an affordable way of dining too.

Do you need motivation to be the iron chef in your kitchen? Grab an apron and prepare to get down in the kitchen with informative and fun cooking classes.

Venues in and around the Houston area offer cooking classes each week. Classes focus on cooking and serving first-class meals that are affordable. A typical cooking class can range from $50 to $150 and even more depending on the type of class, ingredients used, and who's teaching.

Don't let those prices discourage you from taking a class. There are affordable cooking classes available each month. Below are classes being offered this week for under $50. There are even a few classes for free.




Saturday, August 27

Williams-Sonoma brings sous chefs from the country's hottest restaurants into the spotlight each month. The Sous Chef Series, features a sous chef and their take on a recipe. Guests attending the free monthly class will be able to view a web video of the chef preparing the dish along with the recipe in their inbox. A live demonstration of the featured dish will prepared in-store by one of Williams-Sonoma's instructors. Samples of the finished product will be available for attendees to taste.

This month's sous chef is Justine Keller of the Slanted Door. The in-store cooking demonstration will show the preparation of Kunk's take on Caramelized Shrimp with lemongrass, thai chiles, and ginger. Demonstrations will be available at Williams-Sonoma's all six Houston area locations.


Cost: Free with RSVP
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Ripley House Neighborhood Center along with Houston city council member, Ed Gonzalez are hosting a series of healthy cooking classes every Saturday through September. The classes will focus on cooking healthy meals that help reduce risks of diseases like diabetes, all on a budget. Classes will be led by experts from the Houston Area Dietetic Association.

Call (713) 304-9837 or RSVP via email. If making a reservation via email, along with your name, also include your phone number, zip code, and mention you found the class through Cheap Eats in Houston.


Cost: $5
12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Ripley House Neighborhood Center
4410 Navigation
Houston, TX 77011


Sunday, August 28

Dive into the world of gluten-free cooking with Williams-Sonoma's free cooking and technique class, Gluten-free Baking. Learn about different flours used in making gluten-free baked goods and new recipes to try at home. Classes are available at select locations. Time varies per location.

Shop, taste, and more at Urban Harvest's Highland Village Farmers Market. There are free cooking class just for kids offered every hour by Kellie Karavias of Stick a Fork in It! Also Williams-Sonoma will have a cooking demonstrations with samples provided, sponsored by My Table Magazine.


Cost: Free
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.


Highland Village Farmers Market
2720 Suffolk
Houston, TX 77027





Upcoming Cooking Classes

The popularity of cooking classes mean spaces will fill quickly. Make sure you are able to attend the following affordable cooking classes by placing your reservation ahead of time.


Saturday, September 10:

Ripley House Neighborhood Center along with Houston city council member, Ed Gonzalez are hosting a series of healthy cooking classes every Saturday through September. The classes will focus on cooking healthy meals that help reduce risks of diseases like diabetes, all on a budget. Classes will be led by experts from the Houston Area Dietetic Association. Cost is $5.

Call (713) 304-9837 or RSVP via email. If making a reservation via email, along with your name, also include your phone number, zip code, and mention you found the class through Cheap Eats in Houston.


Tuesday, September 13:

Central Market partners with St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital for a free non hands-on cooking class, Cooking with Heart: Heart-Healthy Meals in a Hurry. Attendees will learn how to prepare up to three 30 minutes heart-healthy meals, including vegetarian dishes. Along with cooking demonstration and sampling of food and wine, a dietitian and a heart cardiologist will answer health-related questions.

Dishes to be featured: Sweet-Potato Peanut Bisque (vegan), Summer Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Panini with Balsamic Syrup (vegetarian), Tricolor Penne with Chicken (meat option), and No Bake Energy Bars, for dessert.

Space is limited. Reservations for the class can be made online.


Thursday, September 15

Whole Foods Market at Kirby hosts a cooking class that will spotlight vegan cooking through the class, Diggin' Dips from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Attendees will learn how to make the following dips: sun-dried tomato and olive dip, cucumber avocado dip, cheese dip, and chocolate dip for dessert. Cost is $15. Space is limited. Reservations can be made at Guest Services.


Saturday, September 17:

Ripley House Neighborhood Center along with Houston city council member, Ed Gonzalez are hosting a series of healthy cooking classes every Saturday through September. The classes will focus on cooking healthy meals that help reduce risks of diseases like diabetes, all on a budget. Classes will be led by experts from the Houston Area Dietetic Association. Cost is $5.

Call (713) 304-9837 or RSVP via email. If making a reservation via email, along with your name, also include your phone number, zip code, and mention you found the class through Cheap Eats in Houston.





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