Big Discounts on COOK Classes for Foobooz Fans

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You know how you’re always complaining about the price of the classes at COOK? You know how you’re always whining about how fast everything sells out? Well we now have a solution to both of those problems for you clever and dedicated Foobooz fans.

Just for you good people, COOK is offering a 20% discount on all October and November classes. Why? Because they’re good people, that’s why. And also because we asked really nicely (and maybe begged a little). But the ways in which we debase ourselves for the Foobooz readership doesn’t matter. What does matter is that we scored you all a discount code that will get you 20% off on any October or November class on the schedule, up through November 1st. So that means 20% off the the only Thanksgivukkah celebration you’ll be able to attend for the next 7,000 years (because November 28 marks the only time in the next 7 millennia when Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah fall on the same day). That means 20% off a night with Michal Laiskonis (the former pastry chef at Le Bernardin and current creative director at New York’s Institute of Culinary Education) who’s coming in from Manhattan to get all Lithuanian in the kitchen with lamb dumplings, roasted duck and several different desserts (natch).


There's a pho class with Chris Nguyen on November 21 that will act like a tour through all the different regions of Vietnam--as differentiated by how they like their noodle soups--and an already underpriced beef-jerky-and-beer class on a Sunday night that will involve beef jerky instruction, beef jerky eating and beef jerky beer pairings. Seriously? I'd get on that one fastest because now that Breaking Bad is over and no one has anything better to do on Sunday nights, spending one eating beef jerky and drinking beer sounds pretty nice to me.

The code for the 20% discount is foobooznovember. And the link to COOK's October and November class schedule is below. So what are you waiting for?

COOK class schedule [Official]

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  • JA

    Douchiness at it’s finest: Jason, not everyone gets comped or an expense account to pay for all of their little whims. But I can assure you of one thing…the comps aren’t given because you’re well liked…it’s called the cost of doing business…a necessary evil!

    “You know how you’re always complaining about the price of the classes at
    COOK? You know how you’re always whining about how fast everything
    sells out?”