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Day 4: Eggs

- Lecture about Eggs

- What are eggs?

- How to cook eggs

- Eggs in different cultures/applications

- History of eggs

- Short interactive food science experiment (isolating egg whites with rubbing alcohol - cant be eaten but a really fun experiment!)

- Ham & Cheese Savory Crepe

- Tortilla Espagnole

- Creamy Chocolate Souffle

- Poached Eggs

In partnership with Finca Tres Robles, Well Done Cooking Classes is happy to offer a Farm Encounters experience at Houston's local urban farm. This class is a part of our Homeschool Field Trip series which includes:

Day 1: Technique Basics 

  • Lecture about moist vs dry cooking methods, what marinades do, and kitchen equipment (pressure cooker vs instant pot, blow torch, cast iron pans, tinfoil vs parchment)

  • Short interactive lesson about Maillard Reaction/Browning vs Caramelizing/Sauteing

  • Take a trip to Connie Seafood Market & purchase Salmon & Scallops

  • Execute Braised Short Ribs, Marinated Pork In Apricot Sauce, Southern Fried Chicken, Traeger Grill-Smoked Salmon, Pan Seared Scallops


Day 2: Veggies, Herbs & Spices

  • Lecture about the health benefits of Veggies, Herbs & Spices

  • A short lesson about growing herbs indoors

  • Take a trip to Granet Spice Market

  • Execute Ratatouille, Fennel & Tomatoes, Fettuccine al Funghi & Thai Curry


Day 3: Nutrition/Food Distribution/Other topics


  • Lecture about a relative topic

  • Take a trip to Finca Tres Robles


Day 4: Eggs

  • Lecture about Eggs, what are they, how to cook them, eggs in different cultures/applications, History of eggs

  • Short interactive food science experiment (either green eggs or isolating egg whites with rubbing alcohol - cant be eaten but a really fun experiment!)

  • Execute Poached Eggs, Tortilla Espagnole, Ham & Cheese Crepes, Chocolate Souffle


Day 5: Baking 101 

  • Lecture about baking; fats, sweeteners, salt, eggs, moisture, leavening agents, flours, the science behind the chemical reactions happening 

  • Short interactive microwave cake experiment (leave out ingredients and see the difference)

  • Execute pizza, cookies, banana bread and cinnamon rolls


Approximately 3 hours


This class can accommodate diets that are:


What Is Your Age Restriction Policy?


At this time children under the age of 12 are NOT allowed to participate in ANY of our classes. No exceptions.

If you would like to enroll a teenager in one of our classes, a parent or guardian must be in attendance with him/her. He/she may ONLY attend baking classes, cooking fundamentals classes, and Saturday morning or afternoon classes.

PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MAY NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF OUR EVENING CLASSES. All classes are BYOB and persons under the age of 18 MAY NOT attend evening classes - PERIOD. If anyone under the age of 18 arrives for an evening class, he/she will not be allowed to participate and monies will not be refunded.