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New Orleans School of Cooking Demo

Discover the secrets of Southern cooking at this live demonstration.

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New Orleans School of Cooking
New Orleans School of Cooking
New Orleans School of Cooking
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What you'll do

Enjoy a New Orleans School of Cooking Demo with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy live cooking demonstrations of the city's traditional dishes.
  • Taste classic gumbo, jambalaya, and more.
  • Unlimited drinks throughout.

Learn to cook like a local at the New Orleans School of Cooking. The expert Cajun and Creole chefs teach the basics of Louisiana home cooking. You'll learn how to make traditional dishes like gumbo, jambalaya, and pralines through live cooking demonstrations. Your skilled chef will talk you through the process while he prepares a classic meal, and of course, you'll get plenty of chances to taste it all, plus unlimited drinks.

It's the perfect way to get out of your culinary comfort zone and to learn why these dishes are an integral part of New Orleans' culture. Southern hospitality is all about the cooking, so don't miss the chance to experience it properly on a trip to the city.

The dishes prepared in each class will depend on the chefs. Classics like jambalaya, shrimp creole, and pralines will be on the menu, as well as dishes like crab bisque, crawfish etouffee, and shrimp soup.

Southern Louisiana cooking is all about hearty food, and you'll find a mix of global influences. Think sausage and vegetable stews, fried chicken sandwiches and spicy seafood dishes. Beignets are a popular sweet snack - these are deep-fried pastries covered in a cloud of icing sugar.

Did you know

  • The Creole/Cajun ‘holy trinity’ is made up of bell peppers, onion, and celery.
  • Portuguese and French cultures have heavily influenced Louisiana Creole cuisine.
  • Calas are deep-fried rice cakes made with sugar, flour, eggs, and rice and have been a popular breakfast food in New Orleans since the early 1900s.

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes New Orleans School of Cooking Demo tickets, plus admission to dozens of top New Orleans attractions for one money-saving price.

Experience New Orleans School of Cooking Demo and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Know before you go

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Booking required

This attraction requires advanced booking.

Please note: an afternoon cooking demonstration class includes a full meal, take-away copies of the recipes, iced tea, water, Abita Beer (a local brew), and lemonade.

Your admission grants you access to the 2PM class only
(An upgrade is available for the 10AM - 12.30PM cooking class at an additional $15.00 fee.)

For more information, please visit the New Orleans School of Cooking Demo website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Daily: 2PM class 

Closings & holidays

Thanksgiving, Easter Sunday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras

New Orleans School of Cooking Demo

(504) 525- 2665

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