Bayview School of Cooking

Frequently-Asked Questions

What's the difference between Demonstration and Hands-On class formats?

Demonstration classes offer a chance for students to sit back and watch a pro at work.

Hands-On classes are designed as an interactive hands-on experience, with a smaller class size and the instructor guiding students through the dishes.

Kids’ classes are designed as hands-on.

A Hands-On class almost always has the words “Hands-On” in the title and will always have the utensils icon next to it:

A sample-sized wine pairing will be served with one of the dishes in the class. You may purchase a full glass of wine for $5, including tax.

At Pairing Dinners, wine is served with every dish.

Our Pairing Dinners focus on the pairing of the beverages with the food and less on teaching, but you will still receive the recipes and may ask questions about the preparation.

Yes, you will receive generous tasting samples of each recipe prepared in class.

No, Washington State law strictly regulates alcohol service in classes. Many of our classes feature sample-size servings of beer, wine, or spirits, rather than restaurant-style pours; you may purchase a full-sized glass during the class for $5, including tax.

Yes, if you feel that your age 12 or older child would enjoy a class and an adult accompanies them, they may attend a regular class.

Reference the class tags in the description to determine if it meets your requirements (gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan), or contact us.

We’re always accepting applications for cooking instructors excited to share their skills and favorite recipes. To apply, submit your resume and class proposal to di******@ba********************.com.