REGISTRATION & FEES: To reserve a spot in a class and to pay in full, please call or email Erica at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-201-5356. Cost is $125/person and includes 4.5hrs of instruction, all food, recipe packets for you to take home, and drinks (including wine!)
CANCELLATION POLICY: Due to limited space, payment must be paid in advance by check, venmo, paypal, or cash to hold your spot. (Credit cards are not accepted). If you cancel MORE than one week prior to the class, you will be given a full refund. If you cancel one week to 72 hours hours prior to the class, you will only be refunded 50%. If you cancel LESS than 72 hours, there will be no refunds given. (That said, if someone is available from the waitlist to fill your spot, you will receive a full refund). TTC reserves the right to cancel class if fewer than 8 students enroll. Enrollment determination will be made 48 hours prior to class. TTC will offer you a full refund or a transfer of your registration to another class.
ABOUT THE CLASS: Tiny Town Culinary, LLC. (TTC) cooking classes are hands-on experiences! YOU will be doing the cooking with guidance and coaching from the chef. If the class size grows above 10 people, there will be an assistant chef to help. You will receive recipe packets that you can take notes on and keep for future use. Safety is paramount and several demonstrations will be given on proper knife technique, equipment use, and food handling. At the end of the night we will eat the delicious meal you created!
ALLERGY, DIETARY, PHYSICAL, OR MEDICAL LIMITATIONS: Please discuss with Chef Erica any conditions that could preclude you from participating fully in the class. In the case of allergies or dietary restrictions, there may be a different cuisine genre on another night that would suit your needs better. It might be possible to make small accommodations, but even if we can omit a certain food from the menu, the facility is NOT allergy free. Regarding physical or medical concerns, please call TTC to see if accommodations can be made.
LOCATION & TIME: Class is at the Wildwood Room in Victor, ID at 7705 Lupine Ln. Class is from 4pm to 8:30. Please arrive 5 minutes early. You may be asked to help with some dishes during and at the end of the evening.
WHAT TO BRING: Apron, water bottle w/ a closed lid, pen. If you do not have an apron, please let me know and I can lend you one,
WHAT TO WEAR: All students should wear a ball cap or headband for sanitary reasons, and long hair needs to be tied back. Shirt sleeves need to be pushed or rolled up. Wear comfortable shoes, ideally with a leather upper that hot liquids or a knife cannot penetrate. Avoid metal bracelets, rings, or long metal earrings during class. If possible, please cut your nails short. If you have nails that cannot be cut, be sure to scrub underneath them prior to class.
COVID-19: During the age of the coronavirus we will work together to safe. The class size will be limited. Masks are recommended for times when we will not be able to social distance during the class. If there is a local outbreak in Teton Valley, we will cancel the class.
LIABILITY WAIVER: All students must read, print, and sign the attached waiver prior to course participation. Bring the signed copy to class with you.