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If you get weary of Bourbon St. or are looking for a unique gourmet experience in New Orleans, check out this cooking school. You can even stay at the B&B side of the complex, which offers another unique experience with no extra travel involved.
Karen created a wonderful evening. She guided me and another couple through 4 recipes. She was patient and knowledgeable. She taught me a great deal about the history of the food we prepared and so many cooking tips. I can’t wait to return to NO...More
We LOVED this intimate cooking class and it was one of the highlights of our trip to NOLA. Chef Karen explains things so well and we learned many helpful cooking tips (not just to apply to Cajun and Creole cuisine). We are so excited to...More
What an amazing chef we found in Chef Karen. I learned so much about Cajun and Creole cuisine. There's no regrets for joining this fun time and learning to make an amazing gumbo. The conversation was first class as well. What an amazing place.
I challenge you to find a better technical, and dedicated chef for a small group short course in NOLA. ON TOP OF THAT, she's passionate and patient, and generous with ingredients, time and knowledge.
Karen is a pro chef and former successful restauranteur who studied...More
Great food, better chef, Chef Karen took time not only to help us prepare 4 wonderful dishes full of flavor, but to give some background as to origins of each dish. We came away with a thorough knowledge of not only how to physically prepare...More
This was our first cooking class and the bar has been set extremely high. The ambience, company, setting, quality, and most importantly the food, were out of this world. As a couple that loves food we discovered so many neat tricks and chef’s secrets in...More
One of the best meals we had in New Orleans and we made it ourselves under the direction of the incredible Chef Karen. Our class had 4 couples but was still an intimate group. Everyone was so friendly and Chef Karen was so informative and...More
Sitting pretty across the Mississippi River from the rambunctious French Quarter, the Crescent City’s second oldest neighborhood is as historic and as scenic as any – just a lot less showy about it. With its numerous 19th and early 20th century homes and plentiful parks and riverside green space for cycling and walking, subdued and low key Algiers yields the best views of New Orleans and offers a quiet haven
from the hustle and bustle in other parts of town. Most of the area’s activity, for visitors anyway, takes place at Algiers Point where the famous Canal Street / Algiers Ferry has been the main attraction since 1827 and is still giving folks one of the best rides in town at very affordable rates. Restaurants, bars and music venues here all but guarantee the utmost of authentic experiences sans any hype or high prices.