A culinary school in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown, just blocks from the Ice District, Get Cooking offers live and interactive online cooking classes, as well as online and in-person team building, private and corporate events. Our approach to cooking focuses on the use of local ingredients to create globally inspired cuisine. Our goal is to demystify cooking, empowering home cooks with both confidence and new skills.
When you join an online class at Get Cooking you can choose to cook along with us, or to sit back and take notes, then cook at your leisure.
Our live and interactive online classes are conversational, featuring two Instructors. One Chef Instructor cooks while the second Instructor hosts the class, answering questions and getting the conversation going. Class sizes are limited to ensure everyone has an opportunity to communicate directly with our Instructors.
Prep for your class will be completed during the class. Any advance prep required will be detailed under Mise en Place in your recipes.
All in-person classes include an appetizer on arrival and a full meal of what we make in the class.
Chef's Table classes include all of the above, plus a welcome drink and a dessert at the end of the night.
A selection of wines and beers are available for an additional charge.
Mojo Jojo Pickles is a canning company that creates new-style urban brinned goodies and specialty preserve. Our preserves are hand packed in small batches from the best of season, lots of creativity, and some hip and cheeky fun. We like to take tradition and turn it on it’s ear. When you open a jar of Mojo’s it should always be “something your momma don’t make”. Our most popular products are our dill pickled turnip, cantelouped carrots, and beet caviar.
For three generations (and we’re on to the fourth!) we’ve tilled the soil on this farm on the banks of the North Saskatchewan river, producing healthy, local food for families in the Edmonton area. We have 120 acres of farmable land and we grow more than 20 kinds of vegetables. We believe the land is a gift we need to responsibly care for so that it may continue to provide us with healthy fresh food, now and in the future.
Reclaim Urban Farm grows quality greens and veggies in the heart of Edmonton. Farmers Ryan and Cathy are passionate about good food and good soil, so they turn empty back and front yards, garden spaces, and vacant lots in the Whyte Avenue area into beautiful and productive places to grow food. They use low impact gardening practices, fertilizing with compost and mostly watering with stored rain. In exchange for land, Reclaim offers landowners a weekly box of seasonal produce. They also sell seasonal salad mixes and unique varieties of greens, radishes, beets, carrots, and squash to local restaurants, markets, and chefs.