MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Want to learn how to cook but not sure how to get started? Whether you want to eat a little healthier or make a meal for a significant other, there are many reasons why it’s a good thing to know how to cook.
Natalie Nyhus went to Kitchen Window to learn a few tips and tricks to try out at home.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Light Snow Expected Over The Weekend
Owner Doug Huemoeller, a cooking enthusiast himself, joined the team in 1991.READ MORE: ‘Very Unexpected Outcome’: Eagle Hit By Train In Western WI Expected To Fully Recover
“Back then things were a lot different with the cooking scene,” he said. “Things were just starting to happen with the food network. Cooking just became more popular.”
Riding that wave, Kitchen Window hosted their own in-house classes. Now, they have more than 500 cooking classes per year.MORE NEWS: Minnesota Comedian, Actor Louie Anderson Dies At 68
Kitchen Window has classes all days of the week: everything from the basics to gourmet, classes like the fundamentals of cooking, baking seminars, and grilling.