Flying Aprons Open House 2020 Pastry Chef Annie Berube

Flying Aprons Tucson is Ready to Cook!

Flying Aprons Tucson officially launched on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at our Open House at Cook Tucson, the demonstration kitchen where classes are held. It was a wonderful party and, thanks to our great friends and supporters within the community, we’re more excited than ever to laissez les bon temps rouler!

We’re here to celebrate Tucson’s vibrant foodie scene by bringing it to the home cook. We’re inspired by Tucson’s heritage. Tucson was the first U.S. City of Gastronomy named by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), honoring Southern Arizona’s 4,000-year food heritage and extraordinary chefs.

Your instructors – Tucson and Southern Arizona’s most popular restaurant chefs – will help you master and amp up your skills, grow your creativity, and bring their tricks of the trade to your kitchen.

Our classes are open to people of all skill levels. We also offer classes for kids and teens and special events. If you have an appetite for learning, a class at Flying Aprons Tucson will satisfy that craving.

Photo Credits: Miles David Scott, Linda Morales, Flying Aprons

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