Cooking Classes

Virtual Cooking Classes

Hello, Amber, the fish monger’s wife here. Ingenuity has become a side effect of the pandemic. I used to host monthly cooking classes in our Norton Shores fish market and miss the experience of interacting and sharing recipes with like-minded Fish Folk. When one dock closes, another one opens, so I’ve decided to host virtual cooking classes instead! Let us take the fear out of cooking fish, and provide you with a fun daytime activity that will teach you a lifelong skill. You’ll always know what ingredients you need in advance because The Fish Monger’s Wife provides all of the necessary components for each class.

How Does a Virtual Cooking Class Work?

Don’t let the idea of cooking, or even an online class scare you. There’s no grades here. I’ll provide you with ingredients and step-by-step recipes to craft a delectable seafood dish. So, let us bring fresh fish from the Lakeshore to your table and join us for a virtual cooking class.

How often are Virtual Cooking Classes Held?

Virtual cooking classes are seasonal and held from winter to spring, January to May.

What Time are Classes held?

Whether you’re a morning person or wake up in the afternoon, we have a class for you. You can schedule a class from 10am-4pm on Saturdays between January and May.

How Long are Classes?

Well, doesn’t that depend on how much fun we’re all having? Virtual cooking classes typically last longer than 30 minutes, but less than 55 minutes a piece.

What Are the Benefits of Virtual Cooking Classes?

Safety is our priority, and sometimes you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home. Maybe you want to cook in your pajamas or sweatpants, or maybe you want to use your lucky spatula. Whatever the reason, virtual cooking classes allow interaction and learning from a safe distance.

OUR CLASSES

Greetings Fish Folk,

I used to host monthly cooking classes in our Norton Shores fish market and miss the experience of interacting and sharing recipes with like-minded Fish Folk. With all the changes because of the pandemic, I’ve decided to host virtual cooking classes instead!

Let us take the fear out of cooking fish, and provide you with a fun daytime activity that will teach you a lifelong skill. You’ll always know what ingredients you need in advance because The Fish Monger’s Wife provides all of the necessary components for each class.

AVAILABLE CLASSES

  • Last Taste of Summer: Whitefish on the Grill / October 02, 2021 / FREE

    Class description would go here along with some details on the topic and format the class will cover. Class description would go here along with some details on the topic and format the class will cover.

  • Whitefish Chowder / November 06, 2021 / $20

    Blustery breezes are blowing in off Lake Michigan and it’s time to put something warm on the stove. Whitefish chowder is a great way to make use of your Whitefish Freezer Stash. Each online class will include everything needed to make a hearty serving of whitefish chowder plus live online instruction. Register now and pay […]

  • Oyster Tasting 2.0-nline / December 04, 2021 / $25

    The Oyster Tasting is our most popular Fish Class! To ensure no chance of cancellation, 2021 class will be online. Class will include 4-5 different oysters, a shucking knife, shucking tutorial and oyster chat about each oyster. Register now and pay when you pickup your oysters and shucking knife. Online classes will be webinar based […]

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