Common Questions : Easy Answers
If you have any questions regarding cooking classes at COOK, please feel free to call us at (703) 861-2387 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to answer any questions regarding our classes!
Yes, we do parties and private cooking events!! We would love to host your next private event at COOK. Whether it’s a birthday party for your child, your spouse, or other members of your family, a cooking event with your scout troop, sports team, office team mates, or maybe a bridal or baby shower for your best friend, just to name a few ideas…we can host your event at COOK! Please contact us for more information on booking a date and pricing.
We understand that schedules can get out of control from time to time. In the event you need to cancel your seat in a class, please call us to let us know. We will be happy to refund you your full class registration fee as long as you contact us five (5) days prior to the class. Unfortunately, once we are inside of 5 days we would have already prepared and purchased ingredients for the class.
Class Cancellations/Inclement Weather Policy
COOK reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment. Every effort will be made to contact students 3 days prior to the class in the event of a cancellation. Students will be the option to either a full refund of their registration fee or transfer the fee toward the payment of an alternate class.
Our class participants live in various counties and we know that the weather can vary whether you live 20 miles away or you’re right here in Ashburn! If you cannot attend a class due to inclement weather, please notify us as soon as possible so that we will know not to expect you in class and so that we may also offer your seat to someone who might be on a waiting list. We will be happy to transfer your registration toward an alternate class.
What to wear to class
We want you to be comfortable and safe when cooking so please avoid any clothing that has overly long sleeves and be sure to wear shoes that are NOT open-toe. Kitchen tools can not only be sharp, but they can also be heavy. Even a spoon dropped from the surface of the table can hurt if it were to land on toes that have no protection! Also, cooking can get your hands pretty messy, so if you typically wear rings on your fingers and you don’t want to mess them up, the best thing to do is to leave them at home where they will be safe.
What to bring to class
You don’t need to bring anything with you other than yourself, your enthusiasm, and your willingness to try something new. We’ll take care of the rest!