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Come discover the rich culinary history of the "City Different” at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, the authority on Southwestern cuisine. The School offers a variety of authentic classes and events, including demonstration and hands on cooking...more
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I've attended two classes at the Santa Fe School of Cooking both were taught by Allen and I enjoyed the classes immensely. Unfortunately, after completing the second class, I purchased a few items from the school store....a piece of the La Chamba Cookware and various...More
My son and I were recently in Santa Fe and did a walking tour through the Santa Fe Cooking School. We had a fantastic time!! We started at the school with a wonderful pot of soup by Lois Ellen Frank and were led by her...More
I am an amateur chef, and my wife signed us up after reading about this in the travel magazine “Inside Santa Fe”. The class is 3 hours long, which I initially thought was long, but it was barely long enough! Chefs Lois Ellen Frank and...More
The chef tells stories while explaining mis en place, cooking methods, ingredients and more. We were 4 people attending the Tapas class. The quality of the food is as good as the highest rated restaurants in town. Yes, you get to eat lunch, purchase wine...More
Here on a convention and attended a cooking demonstration on New Mexico cooking. It was fabulous and absolutely delicious. The chefs and staff made enough for a very full meal for all of us. Not easy recipes to take home and try, but I feel...More
Tired of looking at jewelry and art? Try a class at the Santa Fe School of Cooking. What a wonderful facility....clean, modern and appointed with tv screens and mirrors so you can see your instructor’s every move. While we took the Relleno Class and really...More
I attended the green chili class with my mother and we enjoyed ourselves. We learned some new techniques and look forward to expanding our recipes.
I will say that everyone we encountered except the volunteer and the one male cook was brusque and didn’t seem...More
Date of experience: October 2018
CookinSantaFe, Manager at Santa Fe School of Cooking, responded to this reviewResponded October 18, 2018
Thank you so much for participating in the Green Chile Workshop on your visit to Santa Fe. I am surprised that you felt that the staff were unfriendly, as we have had the same crew here for many years and we pride ourselves on the...More
Response from BunnyJ_12 | Reviewed this property |
I don't recall reading any age restrictions and they're not the type of establishment that would deny someone who is interested in the process, especially when classes start at $80/pp which includes lunch. With that said and... More
I don't recall reading any age restrictions and they're not the type of establishment that would deny someone who is interested in the process, especially when classes start at $80/pp which includes lunch. With that said and taking the other attendees into consideration, I certainly would think a possible fussy toddler would be cause for concern though.
Four women in Santa Fe, needing advice (4 Replies)
I will be traveling to the area in September with three of my girlfriends and have a couple questions to get our planning started. First of all, we are interested in both Taos and Santa Fe. Mostly Santa Fe though. Is Taos more of a day trip from Santa Fe? We were originally thinking of splitting our lodging up between the two destinations but as I've done more reading I'm wondering if that's the way to go. Secondly, I'm very interested in the Santa Fe School of Cooking. The reviews...More
June 26, 2008|
Response fromLisa S|
We're going to be in New Mexico for a week. Three of us women are gathering for a night of trip planning on Friday so I'm just trying to do a little prep work...
Pathways tours? (14 Replies)
Hi all! I'm planning a trip to Northern New Mexico (not sure when, but perhaps May or June - is that a good time to visit?) and will not have a car. I understand that it would make things a lot easier if I did, but I get very nervous driving in unfamiliar areas and I would just prefer not to have to worry about that on vacation. That said, I'm just in the very beginning stages of planning this trip. I'm figuring on 3 days, maybe 4, in Santa Fe and a couple of days in Alburqurque. I...More
October 07, 2008|
Never done a tour.. can't help on that. When you are in Santa Fe, you can do without a car to see most of the attractions in town. We have an ok bus service that can get you to most places you would want to visit. Bandelier and Taos are both worth visiting. If you don't want to drive, then a tour really is your only opion. For green chile cheeseburgers... Burt's Burger Bowl, Bobcat Bite, probably the best.