Frequently Asked Questions

All classes are hands on, which means each participant will be responsible for making 1-2 components of the meal. Once all cooking is done, everyone will share and enjoy their creation family style. You will be standing, working and cooking for most of the class. When you arrive, all ingredients for each recipe are pre-measured and placed in a designated area for that recipe.
Most classes are 2-2 ½ hours, which includes enjoying the meal with other participants.
Unfortunately, no. The NYS Health Department does not allow for me to prepare your food. Plus, I believe learning happens best through ‘doing.’
Yes. After all cooking is done, you and the other class participants will sit down family style and enjoy the meal. Any leftovers are also yours to divvy up amongst all class participants.
Please let Audrey know in advance of any food allergies. Accommodations will be made if notified before the day of the class. Unfortunately, adjustments to recipes cannot be made during the class.
Unless otherwise stated, a minimum of 5 participants is required to hold a class. Round up a group of friends, check the cooking class calendar for available dates and email or call 315-212-4155 with your class preference and date.
Payment in full is required within 48 hours of booking a cooking class. Arrangements can be made with Audrey at the time of registration.
Please understand that once you reserve a date for a class that date is considered yours, which means that we are potentially turning away other interested parties. Should you need to cancel the class we ask that you notify Audrey as soon as possible. Due to COVID-19 our cancellation policy is as follows: If notified 48 hours prior to your scheduled class a full refund will be issued. If notified less than 48 hours you may choose to have your payment applied to a class at a later date or a full refund less $45 cancellation fee. Thank you for understanding.