Virtual Cooking Classes Are Hot Tickets for Westchester Foodies


From perfecting pasta prowess to teaching aspiring young cooks how to create healthy meals, these online courses are a must for Westchester’s talented home chefs.

With social distancing guidelines still firmly in place, most of us are continuing to spend added hours in the kitchen, stirring the pots and attempting the role of home chef extraordinaire. While recipe searching online may work for some, the rest of us need actual, expert instruction to really up our at-home cooking game, and that is where virtual classes come into play. Many are based right here in Westchester and offer tips and tricks for everything from simple daily meal prep to over-the-top holiday feasts.

So, tighten up your apron and check out these online cooking (and bartending!) classes sure to make you a better quarantine cook.

Zwilling Cooking Studio

270 Marble Ave, Pleasantville; 914.385.3499

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From homemade pasta and steak to Asian street food, Mexican fiestas, and holiday extravaganzas, Zwilling offers a variety of interactive virtual cooking classes that are sure to satisfy your every craving and how-to need. These detailed, hands-on sessions will leave you and those you cook for feeling both full and fulfilled. Prices vary, but some classes are free.


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Learn to bake like the best of ‘em with this online series of baking classes covering everything from breads, biscuits, and dinner rolls to holiday cookies and pies including classic pumpkin and a galette-style pecan pie in a cast-iron skillet. In addition, online mixology classes teach the basics of warm and wintry mulled wine and Hot Toddys, as well as festive fall cocktails like spiced apple punch and champagne juleps for ringing in the new year.


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Kids Cookery


Although virtual cooking classes are offered for adults, it’s really the kids who are encouraged to take their taste buds on an adventure. This semester, school districts can sign up for their own individualized and interactive Zoom sessions focusing on sweets, savories, or both.


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Fiddleheads Cooking Studio

143 Armonk Rd, Mount Kisco; 646.853.6046

Need a break and want the kids to do the cooking for a change? Fiddleheads is a child-focused space that offers cooking classes to children as young as 18 months to up to 16 years of age. Owner Renana Shvil-Tobi is dedicated to teaching kids how to make healthy choices while cooking creative and delicious kid and adult-friendly meals.

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