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A Beginner’s Guide To Indian Cuisine Terms

A tray of Indian food

So, you’re interested in learning how to cook Indian food, but you’re possibly so confused by the ingredients, the names of the dishes, and the regional differences, that you don’t know where to start? That’s all understandable — for those who don’t have a familiarity with the food itself or the language, it can be…

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A List Of The Best Team-Building Activities For Your Group

As anyone who works in a group setting knows, cooperation is the key to getting things done. This is especially true in the corporate world where partnership and communication can mean the difference between dazzling success and abject failure. When people don’t see eye-to-eye on business matters, it muddies the waters and makes it that…

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Why Home Cooks Should Try A Cooking Class

Why home cooks should try a cooking class at The Cooking Studio

If you want to level-up your home cooking skills, you should consider enrolling in a cooking class at The Cooking Studio in Fort Collins. While you probably have a handful of family recipes you like to make, taking a cooking class is an easy way to brush up on basic cooking skills, while also teaching…

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When Men Take Cooking Classes

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When Marty Metzger, from North Forty News, called about doing an article on men taking cooking classes, I was lukewarm on spotlighting something so common.  However, as we got into the interview I realized how much the men in our classes and team building events add to the overall fun of it.   Read more about…

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Life Skills Learned from Professional Chefs

As most of you know, we draw our Chef Instructors from the talented pool of professional chefs in Fort Collins, Loveland and Boulder. We’ve learned a lot by working closely with them. When I saw this blog post on life skills by a fellow cooking school owner in New York, Alison Cayne, I had to…

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A Good Time With Food

Women holding two souffles at The Cooking Studio

This is an excerpt of an Article by Jacob Laxen | Fort Collins Coloradoan | USA TODAY NETWORK Trish O’Neill’s three children were plenty surprised when they learned their mother’s midlife crisis involved taking cooking classes.The longtime nursing industry employee never spent much time in the kitchen when raising her family.“We only had survival food,” O’Neill…

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Ten Added Benefits of Kids Cooking with us at The Cooking Studio

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We love getting kids and teens in The Cooking Studio to help them learn real cooking and baking skills. We teach kids like adults and don’t shy away from “intimidating” foods like soufflés, pastries and hollandaise sauce.   Getting kids and teens in the kitchen is not just about cooking!  Summer cooking camps begin in…

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Take Your Holiday Office Party Beyond Rubber Chicken

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From the Coloradoan, October 2016 Column: On The Job with Katy Piotrowski What do rubber chicken, holiday sweaters and an obligation to attend all have in common? Company holiday parties! And this time of year, organizers are deciding what kind of festive get-togethers they want to create. Director of international at Loveland Products, Ben Nelson, found…

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Team Building: Campus Activities CSU

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Team Building: Campus Activities CSU ❮ ❯ Team Building is a great way to start off a new school year. Last week the CSU Activities team came in to cook up some delicious food, meet one another and learn a few things about their new team. What did they learn about cooking? They learned some…

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