Reader Angel let me know that Santa Barbara City College School of Extended Learning offers various cooking classes. Many classes are held Saturdays and range from one to three days. SBCC’s fall quarter runs August 21-December 9, with new classes starting each week. Here are a few examples of what’s to come (a full list is available at

  • Tandoori Chicken Tikka with Tikka Masala: Make tandoori chicken in minutes without all that expensive equipment. Discover the secrets and simple steps needed to ensure that your chicken bursts with flavor on your own grill. Tuesday, August 22.
  • Sushi: Make it Yourself: Course teaches the basic techniques of making traditional Japanese sushi, including California roll, hand roll and creative rolls. Students also learn how to make miso soup and vegetable dishes. Saturday, September 9.
  • Making Classic Cocktails at Home – Easily and Affordably: Make and taste classic cocktails as well as paired appetizers in this hands-on course designed to demystify cocktails and mixology. Thursdays October 12-26.
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  1. Gerald Bostock says:

    Bless Mr. Hove, what an angel! He’s teaching breadmaking.
    Not to mention what else he’s done in his life.

  2. Gerald Bostock says:

    search “center lifelong learning bread keld hove”

    I assume the class is over-subscribed but I could be way off.