The Instructor (Chef) was?: he engaged the class very well - and the class had various levels of cooking skill and knowledge.
The atmosphere was: from the very beginning, it was a two-way discussion on what the chef was doing and he answered questions we had. We were first time visitors and felt very comfortable because of the atmosphere at the class.
Complexity of the information provided: I have been cooking for about 10 years so perhaps my view is different than the woman from NYC who does take out. I found all the skills he taught from the mayo to flipping fish to be very basic and so just right for everyone in the class.
The Food (or Wine for a Wine) Class: The food was outstanding. My wife asked me on the drive home which I liked best and it was hard to pick just one. As a child, my wife never liked mashed potatoes. She ate Chef Jean Pierre's.
The Skills that you learn were: Not using really good Balsamic for cooking was a great tip. The temp for cooking fish was another....and that the smoke point of Olive Oil is that same tem. Zesting ginger was another good tip.
Would you come back: we are visiting the area from Connecticut but when we come back, we will definately check the webstie to see what the chef is cooking.