Had a great time at the New Orleans School of cooking. Wasn't sure what to expect, it's really a great experience, you get to watch a cooking demonstration and eat the food that's prepared. You get good food, a drink (beer) and entertainment while learning how to make several New Orleans recipes. Our chef Harriet was the best - she gave great cooking tips, while giving us a mini history lesson about the city of New Orleans.
The crawfish Etouffee was delicious and so was the artichoke soup and pralines for dessert.
You're allowed seconds & thirds if you have room for more. I highly recommend a visit to the New Orleans School of Cooking.More