Valentine’s Day cooking class: Say it with flowers

Join us Tuesday, February 14th for a special Valentine’s Day cooking class: Say it with flowers.

Cook an unique Valentine’s Day dinner together with your loved one(s), using edible flowers and the color of love.

Why this menu?

Did you know we eat quite a lot of flowers? Artichoke, broccoli, saffon and capers are probably the most known. And some supermarkets also sell edible flowers at the fresh spices rack. We will use them all, together with the color of love, in this special Valentine’s Day cooking class.

Our Valentine’s Day menu:

  • Quick vodka beet shots
  • Risotto with artichokes and caper sauce
  • Side of roasted broccoli
  • In saffron poached pears

Notes: The meal is vegetarian and gluten-free. You can ask chef Edie to teach how you can add scallops to the meal. The menu can be made vegan with a few small changes, let it know in advance! Vodka is optional.

What can you expect?

After signing up, you will receive an extensive grocery list and the Zoom link. On Valentine’s Day we gather virtually in the kitchen for this online cooking class to cook the meal together. Make sure you have set the table in advance and enjoy a exciting meal with your loved one.


At this moment, it’s not possible to sign up for this live class. But you can:
~ request this class to get back on the calendar and get on the wait list,
~ book it as a private one-on-one class,
~ book it as a group class with friends and family, or a corporate event.
~ buy the accompanying e-cookbook – if available.

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About your chef

This class will be taught by chef Edie Dourleijn, once a picky eater who couldn’t cook.

She documented her path to eating and cooking everything as one of the first food bloggers of her home country The Netherlands (in 2006!). To learn more quickly, she looked around for classes that would help her understand what is going on in her pots and pans, but they didn’t exist. Eventually, she ended up at culinary school.

Now chef Edie teaches her Learn to cook without recipes classes for curious cooks who want to become free of recipes. Just like she once was.

Edie also hosts all kinds of entertaining and educational virtual cooking classes to celebrate any occasion with family or friends, or as a (realteam building, receiving 5 star reviews.

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