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Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Raccolta per Eventbrite
Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Home Chefs: Virtual Food and Drink Events and Classes
Raccolta per Eventbrite
Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.
Spice up your kitchen with these online cooking and mixology classes, webinars, and history lessons. Whether you want to make pasta from scratch or perfectly pair wine and cheese, we've got all the ingredients you need for an epic epicurean experience.

Learn the secrets of souvlaki from a Greek couple in Athens, Greece. Grill traditional pork or chicken skewers, make tzatziki with Greek yoghurt, chop fresh vegetables to stuff your pita bread, and even master the right way to wrap it all up.

Call you mom and share this 90-minute cooking class with her, where you'll learn how to fold and pleat your own gyoza dumplings and make quick Japanese pickles called sunomono.

Tea tasting and wine tasting have something in common. Learn what that is—and more, including how to make the perfect cup—in this session, where you'll evaluate organic white, green, Oolong, black, and purple varieties. (If you register, the tea will be mailed.)

Navigate Moroccan spices and culinary techniques from the comfort of your own home kitchen. Make Moroccan chicken tagine with olives and preserved lemon, step up your couscous game, and learn how to spice vegetables perfectly.

What did NYC's ultra-rich eat, and how did that food define their reputations? Let a culinary historian guide you through the finest restaurants and real recipes of New York's Gilded Age.

Chef and writer Yana Gilbuena dives into the culinary culture of the Philippines during this interactive cooking class that breaks down kare-kare, a peanut butter-based curry made with vegetarians in mind.

In this food history session, get the scoop on Renaissance artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Sandro Botticelli as you learn who moonlighted as a restauranteur, who advocated vegetarianism, and more. At the least, you'll be better prepared for your next trivia game.

Learn how some simple spices can change the way you cook during this 60-minute class that will teach you how to toast and blend a variety of spices, creating a custom mixture that can be used with a crispy chickpea dish.

In honor of Black History Month, chef Lana showcases her favorite Afro-Caribbean dish.

Learns the ins and outs of this beloved pie recipe from a South Florida native.

Folayemi Ojo, Head Chef & Founder of Yemides Kitchen, will teach how to cook delicious and healthy yam and mushroom pepper soup with garlic and herb flatbread, plus a refreshing sunrise cooler.

Expect big and bold flavors in this free cooking class, which demos how to make the classic chicken tagine.

Matthew Raiford and Amy Condon present their Gullah Geechee cookbook, full of recipes like hot buttermilk biscuits and sweet potato pie, in conversation with culinary historian Dr. Jessica Harris.

Join OneHope for this virtual wine tasting and fundraiser, which benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Raise a glass to your whiskey specialist as they guide you through a curated whiskey sample kit and the forgotten history of American rye whiskey.

This Hawaiian comfort food combines a burger, rice, gravy, and a fried egg, and can feed a family of four for less than $10. Learn how to make it at this free virtual class.

Join Chef Angela of Amore Kitchen to make two kinds of homemade pasta. No special equipment needed, just hands-on fun, along with some Italian language, as your kids make Pici (long ribboned pasta), gnocchi, and fresh marinara sauce.

Join Francophile and celebrated chef-author Susan Loomis, who leads participants in making a favorite French dish: Braised Spring Vegetables with Crispy Air-Cured Ham.

Whether you're curious about vegan cooking or ready to make the change in the new year, this mixer and vegan food presentation is a great way to learn how to eat well while staying healthy.

Tune into this virtual workshop to master the beloved Portuguese pastry: Pastéis de Nata.

Love fresh pasta? Miss Italy? Each fresh pasta making class is inspired by Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region and will be pulled from chef Patrizia's cookbook based on recipes passed down from her Florentine family.

A summer peach crisp and peanut butter chocolate chip bars are just two items you can learn in this trio of online cooking classes for vegans. Drop in for one session, or take all three, and look out for the ingredient list and digital recipe book.

Kids will learn what role gender plays in food and what they eat, plus come up with their own restaurant menus based on what they learned.

CocuSocial presents a crash course in making a classic Thai curry that will delight your tastebuds and go easy on your wallet.

Malaysia’s Nyonya cuisine is a mixture of coastal Chinese food with rich Malay ingredients and warm spices. Join cooking teacher Linda Tay Esposito to make two dishes quintessential to Nyonya culture: Kapitan Chicken and Turmeric Sticky Rice.

Travel through Jane Austen's beloved novels by way of sumptuous food at this virtual exploration, where you'll learn about Georgian and Regency era dining and even attend a virtual dinner party.

Join one of Ireland’s leading chefs and TV personalities Brian McDermott live from his home kitchen in Donegal, Ireland, and learn all about the best ways to cook fish at home. You’ll receive recipes three days in advance to allow you to shop local.

Enjoy a quiet evening with a cup of tea at this meditative, educational webinar. You'll explore the history of the Japanese tea ceremony, enjoy a live demonstration, and learn how to make your own mindful cup of matcha at home.

Chef Anastasia Crockell from the Black Chef Movement teaches participants how to make Jollof Rice, all while teaching you how to counter food injustice in Black and brown communities.

In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, the Ottawa Public Library presents a traditional Japanese cooking class! Learn how to make a vegetarian salad roll and teriyaki chicken roll, with a live demonstration.

Cook a multi-course meal alongside chef Joe Flamm, winner of Top Chef season 15 and owner of Chicago's just-opened Rose Mary.

French Macarons are tricky to bake, but certainly not impossible. This live Zoom class with an expert baker will give you all the tips and tricks you need to master these gluten-free delicacies, made with almond flour.

Prepare your home kitchen for a live demo with Chef Bastianich that includes a cocktail recipe, cooking lesson, a Q&A with the chef, and more.

Sip on four different wines and watch performances from Broadway stars Alfie Boe, Laura Benanti, and "Hamilton's" Mandy Gonzalez for a good cause: The Who’s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend’s charity, Teen Cancer America.

What better time to learn how to make spring rolls than in the spring? Instructor Maiv Mos will take you step by step in this free hour-long session.

Is your kid into cooking? Sign them up to this cooking class for grades 3 to 12, which will teach them skills and techniques to help build confidence in the kitchen.

Learn how to get the most out of basic Thai ingredients and techniques from the comfort of your own kitchen, and master both sweet and sour noodles and red coconut curry with steamed jasmine rice.

Led by fermentation expert Karen Diggs, you’ll learn the magic of a self-brining ferment as you make a batch of Classic Sauerkraut. Then, you’ll learn how to make a brine, which will let you throw together a batch of Cultured Giardiniera.

Kick off Memorial Day weekend with a free grilling workshop, where you'll infuse American lamb burgers with flavors inspired by Vietnamese cuisine.

Skip the takeout and cook restaurant-quality Indian food at home with the help of this streaming workshop (not a cook along) that meticulously guides attendees through recipes for popular dishes like Chicken Tikka Masala and Prawn Patia.

If you love the subtle intricacies of wine tasting, you'll love the five different house-blended "wine teas" from this California-based tea house. Taste them all while learning what tea tasting and wine tasting have in common at this relaxing evening for people 21 and up.

Kim Pham, chef and co-founder of Omsom, will share her recipe for lemongrass BBQ pork, plus rice vermicelli bowls and all the fixins.

Join renowned chef and author Alice Waters as she presents her new book alongside Kim Severson of the New York Times.

Once a month, dive into a new fun baking challenge to whip up everything from cookies to ice cream and everything inbetween.

Create your own custom bitters so you can mix up your own craft cocktails at home and impress all your friends with your mixology skills.

Make a classic, delicious North Indian meal of chicken biryani, channa masala and an accompanying raita, which showcase how to use spices for maximum flavor. You’ll be guided through each step and end up with new skills and three satisfying dishes.

Chef Zoe Adjonyoh will teach you how to turn simple ingredients into an exquisite African dish.

Celebrate one of literatures greatest treasures with a virtual Jane Austen themed tea party that reflect the author's most romantic, endearing, best-loved characters.

Japanese cheesecake is extra fluffy and super jiggly. Learn how to make it from scratch at this online workshop with a professional baker.

Limited to just 25 attendees, this livestreamed workshop will teach you everything you need to know about seasoning, cooking in and properly cleaning a cast iron pan, ensuring that it will last a lifetime.

Explore the little-known distilleries on some of Scotland's most rural islands at this curated whisky tasting. Grab a kit with your ticket, and every sample will be shipped to your door.

Join Sandeep Agarwal of Pure Indian Foods as we explore the history and uses of ghee, why it’s popular around the world, is ideal for cooking and how easy it is to incorporate into a variety of recipes, like potatoes with caramelized onions.

If food trivia is your thing, test your knowledge at this weekly event while you hobnob with fellow foodies and chefs.