Anyone else love watching Come Dine With Me, but could never actually go on it because you’re signature dish is Microwaved Spaghetti Hoops served on charcoaled toast? Well not to fear, Glasgow Living have come up with the best cookery classes in the city that will have you whipping up a 10/10 dish in no time…

Sushi Workshop with Mayuko’s Kitchen

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Sushi lovers rejoice! Always wanted to learn how to make a maki roll, nigiri or temaki? Well this Sushi Workshop by Mayuko’s Kitchen is the class for you. Not only do you get to make fresh sushi using salmon, tuna and other seafood and vegetables, you get a free sushi mat and chopsticks. The class lasts two hours and costs £29.50, which includes a complimentary glass of wine. The next event is on 23rd October at Gesso, for more information, click here.

Demo & Dine Classes at Cook School Scotland

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Image: cookschool.org

Hate having to leave the house for a yummy plate of fajitas or stuffed vine leaves? Why not learn how to make your own? With a range of cuisines including Mexican, Greek and Italian, you can learn how to make a variety of dishes and includes wine, for £45. For more information, click here.

Pizza Making Parties at Pizza Express

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Image: pizzaexpressnews.com

Get a group together and get into the fun and games of learning to toss dough and compete in the ‘Calzone Challenge’. Pizza Express are holding Pizza Parties in their Queen Street, Princes Square, Sauchiehall Street and Silverburn branches. The classes cost 21.95 per guest and includes a glass of prosecco on arrival. For more information, click here.

Christmas with Quigley at Tennent’s Training Academy

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Image: Facebook – Christmas with Quigley Event Page

Regretting offering to host Christmas Dinner at your place this year? Don’t fear, The Cook School have you covered! During the four hour class, you will learn how to make a four course Christmas Lunch including a Salar smoked salmon salad, spiced carrot soup and of course, a traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings. The class costs £110 and includes a glass of prosecco and canapes on arrival, informal supper with all drinks included as well as recipe cards to take home. The class is on 8th December, for more information click here.

Ashoka Cook School

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Image: Facebook @ashokacookschool

Whether your favourite curry is a Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Biryani or Bhoona, learn from the experts on how to make a 4-course meal. Classes last three hours and costs £100. Other classes are also available, for more information click here.