Whether you’re clueless in the kitchen or an avid foodie, classes at the Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School offer culinary instruction and insight for cooks of every level. Expert instructors including Master Craftsman of Culinary Arts Debbie Dance Uhrig and Senior Craftsman Ali Smith share their favorite recipes and cooking tips in a fun and engaging hour-long class.
From the moment you step onto the shady wrap-around porch of this cheerful yellow farmhouse, you’ll feel the welcoming hospitality and relaxing atmosphere it emanates. Once you enter the house, you can sample delicious dips, soups and more with an all-new tasting experience in the great room.
Classes take place in a state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen with comfortable seating and large flat screen monitors to ensure you don’t miss a single step of the recipes being prepared. Although the kitchen is outfitted with top of the line modern appliances, warm wood and whitewashed décor with handcrafted copper accents create a casual farmhouse style that blends old-time Silver Dollar City atmosphere with contemporary culinary sophistication.
The current lineup of classes covers everything from weeknight dinner recipes and light spring fare to recipes for Sunday get-togethers and even a dinner party hosted at the Culinary & Craft School. Every student gets to sample the prepared dishes and take home the recipes along with a complimentary copy of Midwest Living Magazine.
The Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School is all about good taste. Come experience the fun and flavor during your next visit. Reservations are recommended, so find the class that’s right for you and book online today.*
*Silver Dollar City admission is required.