Learn to Make New Recipes at the Baltimore Chef Shop

a group in a cooking class

Nestled in the Hampden neighborhood is a food lover’s haven known as the Baltimore Chef Shop.

It’s a thirteen-minute drive from our Fells Point apartments and is where you can enjoy hands-on cooking classes led by a professional chef.

The school is owned by the husband and wife team of Scott and Gwynne Ryan. He enjoys teaching techniques and international cuisines while she focuses on making everyone’s experience memorable. 

The classes welcome all abilities, and choices include:

Couples Cook: New Orleans Creole 

Perfect for date night, New Orleans Creole takes students on a culinary journey through the French Quarter. The chef will share secrets about the city’s famous recipes, and offer techniques and ingredients that only a local would know. As jazz plays in the background, you’ll prepare hearty meals and a delectable dessert. The menu features shrimp remoulade, chicken & sausage gumbo, and bananas foster. Upcoming dates include August 15 & 29, and September 28. 

Handmade Pasta 

At your next dinner party, delight your guests with handmade pasta. You’ll mix the dough before learning rolling and cutting techniques. Pastas include angel hair, fettuccine, pappardelle, and bow tie. Class dates include August 24 and September 14.

Breads 101 

Breads 101 is one of the newest classes. The instructor will demystify the process of baking bread at home while explaining the ingredients and techniques. The breads are perfect for sandwiches and will impress your family and friends. They include rosemary rolls, artisan sourdough multi-grain batard, and basic white loaves. The next class is on August 31st. 

If you can’t make one of the scheduled sessions, consider booking a private class. They offer a fun way to celebrate a birthday or anniversary, and you can select your lesson from the list of offerings.

To call our apartments in Baltimore home, please contact us. We would love to give you a tour where you can see everything our community has to offer.

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